Wednesday, October 7, 2009

October Update: $1 Display Solutions

Mission One:

Purchase, design, beg, borrow or steal displays, and get the retail pieces out of the house and into the store by October 17th.

Solution:


Convex wooden dollar store frames, the magic of Mod Podge, scrapbook paper scraps and a hole puncher.

Cost:

6 displays, under $7 completed in under an hour

And, they're stackable!


I was determined to keep costs down without compromising Pretty in Peace's, Earth-girl Chic aesthetic. I think it works, how about you?


Peace

14 comments:

Urban Adornments said...

Wow Tameka, that's great - would of never thought about that! Very Cool!

beclever said...

Beautifully done! Love them!

Jewelry Rockstar said...

Very nice. I have been using frames for a while, but you gave me the idea to use smaller ones. Thanks so much.

mairedodd said...

i think it is fabulous! love scrapbooking papers... such an inexpensive way to change backgrounds in photos...

Annie Pazoo said...

I think this is brilliant! Love it.

Kathy said...

Holy cow! Those are absolutely awesome. You could start a business selling those! Beautiful.

Kwana said...

They look wonderful. Great job.

nextdimensionmusic.com said...

They look cool, consistent with the brand and don't lack quality ... Good job Meka !

Execumama said...

It totally worked!

M§.Murder said...

i love it! totally innovative :)

fly tie said...

ooh! i'll have to some back reading to see what's going on, but it all looks great! i always did think you're quite handy with some paper and glue and/or mod podge..

i adore the leaf necklace.

Jill said...

Great idea!

High Desert Diva said...

YES

Newness of Life said...

I think it's beautiful! Definitely maintaining the Pretty in Peace asthetic. I may have to copy this idea for storing my jewelry.

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