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    We are all crafters on here and a wonderful bnch we are too.

    Lots of you fellow crafters attend craft fairs all year and so have picked up tips relative to your craft projects and merchandise of displaying items.

    Stands, boxes, trays, rocks, wood, bags, rails hangers the list is endless...

    I haven't actually been and done a craft fair for around 10 years myself but have visited a few and it never ceases to amaze me at how items can be attractively displayed or boringly placed on a table.

    I am stumped.......I am open to ideas...when I attend my first craft fair selling my knitted items what would be the ideal way to display them to get the most visitors to my stall.

    Toys, toy sacks, clothing for children and other tiny crafting bits like keyrings and bookmarks ...all knitted by hand of course.

    the last time I just lay my toys flat but I want a wow factor

    All ideas would be gratefully recieved...

    At least then we can help each other out too.


    mandy
    "Mother Nature is a crafter, a therapist, and a small business on a large scale.. she presents us with an abundance of opportunities and it's up to us how we use them in our lives "


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    How big are some of your toys? Lakeland do a cupcake stand http://www.lakeland.co.uk/cupcake-st.../product/13126 that might look good with small teddies or other toys stacked on it instead of cake! I know it might be too small though.

    You could try and get some sort of clothes rail for the clothes. Mothercare sell small coathangers if you needed some.
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    • #3
      thanks for the feedback will definitely check them out ...



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      • #4
        Oh...lol I forgot my knitted stock range from 2 inches to hanging things to 3ft tall

        Big differences so thats why I am confused...
        "Mother Nature is a crafter, a therapist, and a small business on a large scale.. she presents us with an abundance of opportunities and it's up to us how we use them in our lives "


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        • #5
          if the lakeland cupcake stand is too small you can get disposable cardboard ones - they are not for individual cakes but they are cheap and effective and a bit larger. I think mine was £3.99 - I got it from ebay brand new - although they are disposable they are v strong and will last a while. They are plain white and can be painted too. Will give height and display the smaller bits rather than laying them flat.

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          • #6
            many thanks have looked at the cake stands and they look ideal will by one when i have the spare cash



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