When planning ways to display our items, we had to get creative. We're well aware that laying all of our merchandise flat on the table is a big no-no. If we want customers, we need them to see our products from far away.
After a stroke of genius, the fabric flower display board was born!
I covered the back of a large picture frame with fabric and attached rows of ribbon across it. I bought a $9 easel from Hobby Lobby to hold up the board. People can easily clip and unclip the flower frills from the board, and they can be seen from a distance. Hair clips that don't fit will be clipped around a bin beside the board.
Daera's dad made these boards for her earrings. She backs each pair of earrings with a square of scrapbook paper with a hole punched at the top. This way, customers can easily slide the earrings on and off the nails on the board.
Disregard her brother in the background :)
I'm pretty sure my grandmother bought the green fish earrings in this photo!