When you make jewelry for a living, you know that presentation is key to making a sale. If you have ever sold jewelry at a craft fair before, you know that you have two issues: space and competition from other sellers who have similar items. You want to be able to have as many of your pieces on display as possible without overwhelming your customers so your booth looks more appealing than the other jewelry sellers' displays at the market. Here are some display ideas so you can keep everything organized and allow customers to shop for just what they want in a tight space.
You can use jewelry trays designed like a classic chest of drawers to display your jewelry items without taking up a lot of space. Simply drill or glue a hook on the front of each tray and place a necklace or bracelet on the hook for display. The rest of the jewelry items identical to the displayed pieces can be nestled safely inside the trays. This allows you to put all your merchandise out without hogging up a lot of space with a singe display.
A lattice wall can be purchased at your local home improvement store, and is a great way to organize your booth and make it look attractive at the same time. The diamond-shape cutouts in the wall's design make it easy to hook shelves, jewelry tray organizers, mirrors, and other items to the wall. You can line a whole wall with shelving to put your glamorous earring and bracelet sets on display just like they do in the fancy jewelry stores. Line shelves with velvet or satin materials for a beautifully textured background for your pieces so customers feel they are browsing through extra-special designs.
Open jewelry boxes
If you have a few pieces of jewelry that you especially want to display, either due to their unique quality or the gemstones they have within them, leaving jewelry boxes open on top of jewelry trays and shelves with these pieces inside can draw in customer attention and make these items stand out. This creates a focal point within your booth which can help draw customer attention away from sellers who are also promoting their own homemade jewelry.
You want your jewelry display at the craft fair to be a huge success, and the way you set up your booth can make a huge difference in how customers perceive your items. Stand out and stay organized by using jewelry trays, shelving, and open jewelry boxes to make your homemade pieces stand out.Share
3 June 2016
A few days ago, my mother-in-law’s dad passed away. This sweet man lived a long, full life. He was ninety-one-years-old when he died. At his funeral, my mother-in-law told me she liked the ruby, cross pendant I was wearing. Because I wanted to cheer this sweet woman up, I immediately came up with a plan. I decided to buy her a pendant like mine. Because this pendant was also available in sapphire, I decided to purchase this stone for my mother-in-law. Sapphire is her birthstone. On this blog, I hope you will discover the best types of jewelry items to buy for a mother-in-law. Enjoy!