Do you have a crafty business or craft booth? Upcycle an old lantern into a unique jewelry display for your craft booth or handmade store!
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I’m selling lots of old and vintage picture frames in my booth. I’ve painted them so they look rejuvenated, but I hate how the cardboard glares through the glass. I decided to make my own “filler” that not only solves the boring cardboard problem, but promotes my website as well!
I got two shutters from a garage sale and was eager to see how I could incorporate them into my booth. Using shutters as a display is not a new idea, but nevertheless, I wanted to give you a few ideas of what you could do in your craft booth with old shutters.
In addition to my dry erase price signs, I need to price each item individually with my booth code. Many antique/art stores do this in order to keep track of which booth earned money. Instead of using new price tags from the store, why not make your own from recycled paper? They’re so much cuter and way more eco-friendly!
In last week’s post, Bubble Gum Machine Button Display, I shared that I am opening my own booth at a local antique/art shop. I’m sharing all of my eco-friendly display ideas, so here’s another one– upcycle small picture frames into price displays!
2013 begins a new crafting chapter for me– I’m opening my own booth in a local antique/art shop! I know a lot of you might have your own booth or are interested in opening one, so let’s share our eco-friendly display ideas together!
Heck yeah! We found purses made of vinyl records. Think that’s cool? Wait until you meet the designer behind these totally rad retro crafts.
Searching for eco-friendly price tags for your crafty business? Make DIY crafts like chalkboard price tags with mason jar lids.
Don’t throw away that old CD case! You can turn it into DIY crafts like an unique business card holder!