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Topic: displaying jewellry at flea markets?  (Read 4530 times)
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« Reply #10 on: October 08, 2008 09:36:56 AM »

I apologise if this has already been asked, but I searched a bit and couldn't find anyone with the same problem I have. I haven't started selling my stuff at a flea market yet, but I plan to and I need some help. There is one flea market that I go to regularly, and in any of the booths that sell jewellry, everything will be tangled up. I remember in particular someone had a basket which had necklaces in it. You can probably imagine what kind of tangled mess the necklaces were in. I'm partricularly worried about my jewellry getting messed up because much of it would appeal to little girls. What I need is a way to keep it all very organised and as mess-up proof as possible. I mostly make stretchy bead bracelets, and earrings. Does anyone have any suggestions?  I was thinking maybe I could hang the bracelets from some sort of pegged board, and display the earrings on those little  cards that department stores use (which reminds me, does anyone know where I can buy those cards?).



I made some really good ones..
All I did was use my Printshop and made a business card that had just my business name and a cool picture of a vintage cowgirl on it.. You fold it in half (long ways) and put your necklace in the fold. Then you staple it together and use a hole punch to make a hole to hang it buy.. It LOOKS SUPER PROFESSIONAL!!
« Reply #11 on: October 08, 2008 07:11:56 PM »

Here is a picture of my shutter creation.. Grin

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