DIY Craft Fair Display Idea Wine Box Earring Display

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I saw this on Flickr and fell in love with it.  This display is simple, eye-catching and highly functional.  She used stained wine boxes, which I have also used to create neat shelves.  She stacked her crates and put nails in them to hang her custom jewelry.

The tags pop against the background, and the great thing about crates like these is that you can still use them to store and transport your stuff.  I use wine crates to transport the wine bottle crafts I sell, then turn them over and use them as displays.

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My DIY Wine Crate Shelf

 

 

 

 

Another way I use crates is to paint or stain them and Mod Podge a piece of contrasting fabric in the back.  Here is a crate shelf I made using an old wine crate and a couple of pieces of scrap pallet wood for the shelving.  I place items in it and on top and it makes a great, eye-catching display that no one else has.

Making your own DIY Craft Fair display is inexpensive, unique and a great way to stand out in the crowd.  There are so many things you can use and the possibilities are endless.

Need some DIY Craft Display Inspiration?

Follow my boards on Pinterest for inspiration for your table and booth displays.

Follow Christin Sander's board Craft Fair Display Ideas on Pinterest.   Follow Christin Sander's board Craft Fair Booth Set Up and Design Ideas on Pinterest.

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Author: Christin

Christin has been loving life as a freelance writer and artist for 15 years and is dedicated to using her skills and creativity to help others succeed doing what they enjoy. She owns and runs several sites and blogs that center on her various passions, from simple living to art, design and writing. You can check out more of her work on HubPages at http://christins.hubpages.com/

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