4-Shelf 30” Wide - Portable Tabletop Display Stand
4-Shelf 30” Wide (Std.Shelves) - Portable Tabletop Display Stand: Assembled: 24.0”W x 20.25”H x 17.5”D (Tabletop Footprint: 12.5”W x 11.0”D) Shelves: 30.0”W x 4.5”D x 0.75”H Overlap Shelf below: 1.0” - 1.25”D Tooth Bite: 0.5”D Shelf to next: 5.5”H (Between Shelves: 4.75”H) Table-1st shelf: 2.75”H Approximate flat weight: 7.75 - 8.25 lbs (depending upon moisture content at time of build) 4-Shelf 30” (Lte.Shelves) - Portable Tabletop Display Stand: Specifications are the same as above Display…
10 Unique Art Show Displays
I’m always on the lookout for inspiration not only for my art work, but also for my booth display. Especially on Pinterest I’ve found so many creative displays that I have put tog…
How to Make a DIY Jewelry Display out of Cheap Thrift Store Frames
I found these old frames at the thrift store and finished them in three different ways to use as jewelry display in my vintage flea market booths.
a big warm thank you
Thanks to everyone who stopped by the Red Hot Art Festival this weekend. The weather was great...well, I would have been ok if it was about 15 degrees cooler, but it was warm and sunny! We got a lot of compliments on how cute our tent looked and how well our pieces looked together. I could not have had a better booth buddy. I would say my first festival was a success. I only wish I had a day off to relax, unpack and unwind. But already back to work. Happy Monday!
(Don't forget the giveaway -- click here!) Normally I exhibit at large juried craft shows, the sort of shows that last three days in a huge convention center. They tire me out, but I've developed a wonderful following and between October and March, that's when I make the majority of my money. However, this weekend I exhibited at the International Gem & Jewelry Show, a show that sells everything from cheap (very) imports to very, very expensive diamonds, and all the gemstones you could hope…