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    Hi everyone. I hope you're all having a more productive Sunday than me.

    I have a stand at a local village fete next Saturday and was just wondering what the best way would be to display my bracelets. I have a few small wicker baskets which I usually just lay them on, but have wondered if I should get one of those special t-bar thingies for bracelets?

    I don't really have any money to spend on display props so was wondering if just laying them out is ok or if there is a better way? I do a lot of charm bracelets and people do like picking them up and getting a feel for them.

    Thank you!
    Magriet

    www.babushkajewellery.co.uk
    http://babushkajewellery.blogspot.com/
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    People do like to pick them up to have a good look and I think sometimes they are a bit reluctant to take them off the stands. On the other hand some styles look better if they are wrapped around a proper bangle bar or the like. I would go with your budget, if you can't afford a stand now you can always treat yourself for the next fair with your profits from this forthcoming one!! Good luck.
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    • #3
      Can you make a T-bar thing?

      Toilet paper rolls (core of used toilet paper) are perfect!

      Cover the toilet roll in a scrap of fabric and make a "stalk" for it from another toilet roll

      OR

      I bought a t-bar thing from sanctuary beads on e-bay, it was quite cheap.
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      • #4
        Mug stands, seen it work many times to good effect

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        • #5
          Pipe lagging from B&Q or such like is grat for display spray paint or cover with a nice fabric and then drape the bracelets over as they would look on a wrist. If you don't fasten them but tuck the ends under then peole will be able to try them on.
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          • #6
            Charm bracelets also look nice pinned to a board in an upside down rainbow shape.

            Melanie

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            • #7
              Thanks for all the good ideas!

              DH covered a mannequin for me in papier mache for my last craft fair & spray painted it so I've given him the job of making me a necklace stand & a bracelet thingie. We'll see what he comes up with
              Magriet

              www.babushkajewellery.co.uk
              http://babushkajewellery.blogspot.com/
              http://en.dawanda.com/user/BabushkaJewellery

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