How to make a wreath craft show display is also a great way to store your wreaths. If you are a fellow wreath maker like me, then I know you crave more storage, crafting space and smarter storage solutions. I want to share with you my idea for storing my wreaths until I sell them. It’s so easy and no tools are required! This display would also be perfect for displaying your wreaths in craft shows; you can easily disassemble and reassemble as needed because this requires no tools. This took me 15 minutes to construct and cost less than $50. I use four of these in my home which helps, I really need to make more and use only during the busy fall and Christmas seasons.
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Now attach the third shelf to the two just connected, again secure in 5 places using cable ties. Note: I attached the cable ties in the same areas all the way around. Your display should now look like this.
Like I said, these would be great for using during craft shows alone or combined with other display methods. If using for a craft show, you should weight the bottom so that the wind doesn’t blow them over. To anchor the bottom, get a piece of 2′ x 2′ or 3’x3′ plywood and use screw clamps to attach to the wood. Here is an example of what one of my ebook subscribers shared:
What do you think? I hope this was helpful to you. I store my wreaths on these until they are sold. What are your wreath storage ideas?
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