Jewelry Making Journalfree jewelry tutorials, plus a friendly community sharing creative ideas for making and selling jewelry. Turn an old cardboard box, BBQ skewers, and other “junk” into this lovely portable earring display case!
Open the box top (wardrobe doors in this case) and divide the height in two or three, depends on how long your earrings are. You can find the layout and instructions for my earring hang tags here in My Flickr PhotoStream. And not only is it attractive, but the size of box you used really holds a lot of earrings! I also like the idea someone else had of making a hook at the top of the card so customers can pull individual earrings out.
I did use the hook cards but since I have loads of leftovers from the printing house, this type of tick paper is not strong so the hooks are tearing.
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Copyright © 2003-2016, Rena Klingenberg (or guest author named in article byline), and may not be reproduced without author's permission. Line up two of the shelves vertically side by side and use cable ties to secure tightly in 5 places. Now attach the third shelf to the two just connected, again secure in 5 places using cable ties. Now you can use the "S" Hooks to loop onto your wreath hangers and attach to the shelving grids.
Like I said, these would be great for using during craft shows alone or combined with other display methods.


Chris WaltripNovember 19, 2012 at 8:02 AMMy husband and I constructed two of these for a show just this past Saturday. Sign up for my newsletter to receive exclusive offers and tips on how to make your own wreaths. Karin over on the Waltzing Gypsy blog also has the same  type of plastic mannequin as I do.
Karin also observed, "My other concern was that if potential customers didn't identify with the clothing, they may opt to not buy my jewelry." Good point. As the mannequin looks really weird without clothes, she decided to decoupage it and make it more like a vintage dress form. If you are game to make your own mannequin entirely from scratch, then take inspiration from Laura over at Cook On Strike. I like to put my earrings on a card, and I use a clear cellophane type of bag to display them.
So I had a neighbor build me these earring display shelves out of oak – but I am sure you can use any type of wood. There is a small slot on the shelf where the earring packet sits, and the earring packet slips into the slot.
They have sides that just pull open from the back with a chain that holds the angle of the tilt. At the end of a show, I just put all the earrings in a box, fold up the displays flat and they are very easy to transport. I like to display earrings in baggies, too – especially at outdoor shows where dust, moisture, etc. This is such a great way to display your packaged pieces up off the tabletop and in a sturdy yet very attractive display.


This is pretty, but people like to touch and hold up to their ear and this makes that difficult.
I just re-inventoried all my pieces last week and put all my earrings on home-made cards and put in plastic bags. I actually sold More earrings at my last show with this consistent packaging, and believe I’d sell even more still if they were up on display like this. Is there any way that Kathleen could take a picture of the back, the stand part of this display. Next week I have an appointment to show my earrings to a new gift shop and I’ve been trying to think of an attractive way to transport and show them.
I secured 1 on the top, 1 in the middle, 1 on the bottom, and then in between those areas for a total of 5 ties. I like the oak as the stands are not heavy but strong enough that if you are doing an outdoor show, the stands or the earrings won’t blow off the table. The bags are easy to open, and i encourage the customers to do that if they want to see what they look like.I have a mirror handy too. I was prepared to use a 2' x 2' square piece of plywood and drill holes into in order to zip tie the display to that for a stable base, but I don't need to. This display would also be perfect for displaying your wreaths in craft shows; you can easily disassemble and reassemble as needed because this requires no tools. I use plated wires and extra beads, and put the earrings in these clear bags, no card, and have them in a tin.



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