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Jewelry Making Journalfree jewelry tutorials, plus a friendly community sharing creative ideas for making and selling jewelry. I took two gold photoframes without the glass and attached two small hinges so that they can be folded up for storage. I then added some balsa wood batons to make 5 rows for earring cards to hand off, and also added 6 screws along the top edge of the other frame.
This was so successful that I made another one and now they are a standard piece of display equipment wherever I display my jewellery.
The only downside to this display idea that I have found is that sometimes the photoframes aren’t exactly square to each other and can rock on the table.
Also that it can be stored and transported either folded or flattened to take up less space! Twisted1: I did consider stapling a piece of fabric to the back of my frames, but because I use black flocked earring cards I decided against it.
Julie B: I glued the slats onto the back of my frames with wood glue which holds them on pretty well. As someone who has not yet sold a single item (I am working up to it though!)I have been looking for really inexpensive but cool ways to display my work.

Get every strategy and secret I've learned from years of selling my handmade jewelry at shows. Copyright © 2003-2016, Rena Klingenberg (or guest author named in article byline), and may not be reproduced without author's permission. When checked, Shutterstock's safe search screens restricted content and excludes it from your search results. I made the rack in about 2 hours from a shadow box found at Hobby Lobby (during a 50% off sale) for $27 plus tax.  Especially considering the relatively low cost and short time investment, I was very pleased with the results.  Please contact me with any questions or suggestions! Sell Your Jewelry: How to Start a Jewelry Business and Make Money Selling Jewelry at Boutiques, Fairs, Trunk Shows, and Etsy. A nice advantage of this rack is that it is not very heavy without the glass.  You can pack your earrings in the display for transport to the show – just wrap it in plastic wrap or a towel and transport on its back!
Please let me know if you try this solution, and how it worked for you!  If you have another idea, please let me know!  Thank you for trying this project, I hope it works out great for you! This entry was posted in Jewelry Tutorials and tagged Craft Shows, Earring Display, Jewelry Display, Jewelry Tutorials, Kathryn Depew, Tutorials. I did this, but attached some small hinges at the top and bottom and connected it to another shadow box so it opens like a book.

I saw that people had used photoframes in various ways to display jewellery and took this as inspiration. Make sure it is straight, and repeat for remaining dowels.  Let the glue dry and hour or two before moving the shadow box. I have seen those shadow boxes at Hobby Lobby and Michaels and always wondered how I could possibly use them for displaying my jewelry!! I was looking for a smallish display for both earrings and necklaces to put in a boutique and this will be perfect!
This idea is the perfect one because I can hang it on the wall and keep my earrings organized.

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