I try to keep it simple so that the Customers can see as they walk by and Hopefully want to come closer to see more.
I dont like to use wild prints as the colorful products I offer are enough to make you dizzy already.
For my headbands I have used a PVC Pipe in the past and still do but wanted a way to get more on and save space- Not to mention that the Pipes sometimes stretch the headbands because you have to get it tight enough to hold them. And PVC Pipe AINT Cheap!!!
|PVC Pipe covered with a black textured fabric to help grip the headbands better- glued on a spinning base|
So I had a Creative thought on how I could make it all by myself- and cost effectively.
I stretched my eleastic across the board and held it in place with the Black Frame pieces - so they would be in place for Hot Glue
And for the color add your headbands- Put them through the Holes in the elastic for a better hold.'
I like to organize my headbands by types too so for instance at a show I would have my felts on top, then satin, then Holiday- or any order you choose, it is more pleasing to the eyes than what I hgave done above- If you use all three rows you can fit about 45 to 50 headbands on this one display!.
If you try it be sure to let me know- Hop over to Crafty Moms'R'us on facebook and share your pictures.
I will post an updated picture after my next show to show you how it really looked on my table.!
I get about 10 on my up right pvc holders so the number I can get for the Space and cost is great with this new creation. ~