Monday, March 16, 2009

I'M NEVER SATISFIED........

.............. WITH THE WAY I DISPLAY MY EARRINGS IN THE SHOP. IT SEEMS THAT EVERY WEEK I'M MOVING THEM OR HANGING THEM ON NAKED LAMP SHADES OR SOMETHING! A FRIEND GAVE ME THIS OLD SOMETHING HANGER THINGY, SO I THOUGHT I'D TRY TO USE IT. I MADE COPIES OF SOME GREAT OLD PAINTING PHOTOS, AND DECIDED TO DISPLAY MY EARRINGS ON THESE CARDS AND HANG THEM FROM THIS THINGY DINGY! IF PEOPLE DON'T NOTICE THIS DISPLAY, I GUESS I'LL HAVE TO GIVE THE EARRINGS AWAY! THAT WILL TELL ME THAT IT'S NOT THE DISPLAY, IT'S THE PRODUCT! OOPS! PEEK-A-BOO!
IN THIS PIC, THE EARRINGS ARE PLACED JUST RIGHT!








8 comments:

The Victorian Parlor said...

Great display! What a creative idea to use the old pictures for the earrings (which are also lovely by the way:)

June said...

These are so beautifully displayed. I can't see how they could possibly be missed now. Lovely pieces!

sepiadreams said...

Really a great idea!!! Love it!!! Hugzzz...Tiina....

Anita said...

cute idea!

The Pink Bird House said...

Love the idea for your display, the earrings look so nice on the old photos!

funkymonkey said...

That is such a clever idea, really effective.

The area of canal we walk along is at Kinver, 10-12 miles from Bridgnorth. When you are there if you have The Vine pub on your left, then that particular stretch of canal is just to your right. Whilst in Kinver you could also visit The Rock Houses owned by The National Trust. Small, but very interesting. Glad you enjoyed the last post.

Tracey

Sweet Repose said...

Fun blog, love your earrings too, especially the strategically placed one...ha! I took an old door and attached hooks and knobs all over it and hang my necklaces on it, unfortunatly everyone wants my door...go figger...NOT.


Sisters' Garden is 10 miles South of Iowa City on Hwy 1, off 218 and I-80. You would love this shop, been an icon in the area for 15 years. She also has a blog...sistersgardeniowa.blogspot.com, check er out. It's worth a day trip!

Annabelle said...

Luv the way you chose to display these....very imaginative gal you are.