One of the beautiful things about being a crafty person is the creative ways we can come up with to display our products. Handmade or re-purposed items make unique, eye-catching displays. I often visit thrift stores, yard sales and flea markets looking for items for my crafts and my booth. Here are some of my frugal craft display ideas and some inspiration from others as well :).
One of my favorite frugal finds was an old wooden coffee mug holder ($1.00) that made a perfect display for my handmade art tiles. I also hang ornamental curtain rods from my canopy top and tie jewelry and other items on them so they can hang above my tables. Those cost me 50 cents each 🙂
I purchased an old cabinet face at a thrift shop that I converted into a chalkboard that I use at all my shows. I put a price list on it and put it in the front corner of my booth – works well and looks great. That was $2.00 and some chalk paint.
Wherever you look; you can find something fun for your crafts or displays. Take advantage of rummage sales, garage sales, thrift stores, even online sites like Craigslist or Freecycle can be great resources for materials to build your displays.
Other Frugal Craft Display Examples
So, I decided to do some exploring for other frugal, yet still awesome displays and I found some really great ones.
Look at this cute dress form display.
Have pebbles a bit of paint and some double sided tape? A very simple, but clever way to display jewelry or other hanging items is soon to be yours. Check out this inspiration from a fellow blogger.
So, there you have a few frugal craft display ideas. Want more inspirations for your craft booth and displays? Follow my boards on Pinterest for tons of unique ideas – I’m always adding fresh stuff!