|Vintage Inspired Necklace made by me|
So many ideas in this one image! Vintage wheels, ladders and baskets put to good alternative uses by Inn Country
Easel does it!
Driftwood is so versatile - adding some vintage knobs to it makes a beautiful prop to display small dangly items.
Love the idea of using a vintage screen for a backdrop by Maygreen Fairies, as it really unifies the look of the stall.
Illustrator Claire Fletcher uses a selection of beautiful vintage tin boxes to display her cards in, and if you look closely -a blue clamp attached to the table is used to hang items on too.
A very cool way to display small items is in an ice cube tray - well, why not!
Found this little gem of an idea on The Design Slice blog. Q). Have you guessed what they are yet? A). Paint Rollers - how simple but so clever!
If a sea theme is what you're after try these out:
A necklace of pearls in an oyster shell via Crafty Tips, very romantic and poetic!
Natural coral is used here to drap and hang necklaces beautifully and effortlessly via Vintage Indie
An old vintage tray works really well for displaying necklaces, but you could really use it for anything you care to put on it!
Ooh, I just can't get enough of vintage tea cups, and what a cute way to display your earrings!
Miss Curly Pearl cleverly uses a double hanger to display her jewellery wares on
A simple but elegant way to hang necklaces and earrings without breaking the bank (or Gran's heirloom vase!)
This is a great way to recycle something destined for the rubbish bin by Crafty Chics.
Putting your handmade brooches or buttons in an old wicker basket like Charlotte Hupfield Ceramics keeps smaller items contained and helps adds texture to the display.
Vintage cotton reels attached to an upright board by Good Girls Studio are perfect for hanging necklaces from.
There are so many ways a vintage suitcase can be used to display handmade crafts and this one by Lockette, showcases how they easily organise their paper crafts.