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    Hi ya,

    Trying to find some step table top display units, to have all our candles on at different heights etc anyone know where I can find anything ??


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    Have a look on ebay. I have been looking for similar displays for craft shows and there appears to be some good things about on ebay. Other than that shop fitting suppliers also supply these sorts of things - you can normally find them in your local yellow pages or by searching in google for your local area. Hope this helps.
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    • #3
      Look at Handy Woodcrafts he does a knockdown set of steps that are solid and easy to transport.

      http://handywoodcrafts.co.uk/page15.htm

      Mo.XX
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      • #4
        IKEA do metal ones for inside kitchen cupboards that are about £3.50 each and look fab placed next to one another and covered with a cloth. They used to be ugly grey metal but are now white so can even be used without a cloth.
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        • #5
          Originally posted by MornieG Jewellery View Post
          Look at Handy Woodcrafts he does a knockdown set of steps that are solid and easy to transport.

          http://handywoodcrafts.co.uk/page15.htm

          Mo.XX
          Thanks Mo

          I just saw the title and thought I would reply. If anyone wants custome displays made aswell and has their own ideas I'm up for a challenge.

          Drew
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          • #6
            Thanks HandyWoodcrafts once we have done a few fairs with some success then we will certainly consider those lovely displays but as we are so new and dont even know if our products will sell we are looking for something that costs as less as possible :/

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            • #7
              Totally understandable, I wish you every sucess and don't worry if you get a few events that are quiet you will find some are better than others, keep at it and be possitive. Also try places like Folksy to sell your items online and if you can get a website up and running there are some good free hosts out there.

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              • #8
                2 flower pots and a plank of wood - that is what a flower arranger recommended to me!
                Flower pots come in lots of sizes, so you can do several steps behind each other - if you have enough planks.
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                • #9
                  Or use the boxes you pack your goodies in with a cloth thrown over, you can vary the sizes.
                  Carol
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Critchley View Post
                    Or use the boxes you pack your goodies in with a cloth thrown over, you can vary the sizes.
                    Top tip - and used by many of us - after all there are enough things to carry from the car to the venue
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