How To Make A Wreath Craft Show Display or Storage
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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9-12 “S” Hooks (31 cents ea)
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.
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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If you want to learn professional wreath making techniques, check out my ebook, Learn Deco Mesh Wreath Design
Thank you for taking the time to share all of your videos with others. This is such a wonderful idea and one that I will certainly use immediately! God bless you for using your gifts to help others.
Julie this is brilliant 🙂 This will be perfect for when I move to my mom’s and turn her basement into a work space.
I love this idea. I purchased a home in January and I plan to use this idea in my garage.
What a wonderful idea! And I actually have some of these that were leftover from a closet organizer that didn’t quite fit right. LOL!
Love this! Do you think it would work as a four panel display to be used as a wall backdrop/divider?
If the wreaths were not as wide or the shelves were wider, it should.
I finally was in a craft fair on Oct. 19, 2013. I had 10 deco mesh wreaths since it was a small one. I used your idea using the medal shelves. Great idea. I only sold 4 of my wreaths. I was pleased being my first fair.
Awesome job Bea!
This is such a great ideal. I wished I would have came across this during the Christmas Holidays. I will be using in them for the spring. Thanks so much Julie you are truly a blessing to me and many others
That is fabulous! Thank you for sharing these ideas with us. I appreciate all the “extras”.
What an awesome idea. Thank you for sharing and keeping us up to date with all these ideas.
My husband made these same displays for me to use at Craft Shows and they work wonderfully.
I also use these displays for storing my wreaths.
Thank you Julie for sharing your ideal for the displays. I have a craft show in April and I was needing something to display my wreaths on. I didn’t know what I was going to do so Julie you saved me a lot of worry. Thank You so much for your helpful advice.
Awesome Theresa! Glad I was helpful!
Thanks for the great idea for displaying wreaths at a craft fair. What do you store the wreaths in for transportation to the craft fair? That is my biggest concern.
I know it has been a long time since you left this questions but , what is the answer to transporting the wreaths to the Craft store? This is my first? Thanks, Nancy
How would you secure these to the ground for an outside event?
Oh, BTW this was/is a genius idea.
What a great idea! Thank you so much for sharing. I was looking for someway to display my wreaths and this is perfect. You are so creative and your wreaths are absolutely beautiful. I love the Easter decor you used in the Easter wreaths. Is your place of purchase available for the public? Thank you again for sharing!
Thank you for sharing your creative ways to display wreaths.
I purchased the shelves in white and connected them, but I only did two.
I will be in a craft show July 18? 2015 I. Kings Mountain, NC
Again your wreaths are stunning
will be involved in my first craft show August 28, 2015…and having been looking
For some way to display my wreaths. Thank you for sharing. Amazing, as always,
Love your ebooks and your updates.
I use a wooden dowel or pipe hanging from wire supports from the ceiling to store my wreaths on at home. (Just like a curtain rod). You have helped me solve how to display my wreaths. Great idea and thank you
I can’t wait to try this great idea!!! I have a craft show 12-3 in Sparta N.C. I can’t wait to try this!!! I was so worried about space! Thank you for this wonderful idea!
I made a four sided one to use in my craft room for storage of my own holiday wreaths. Thanks for the idea!
Here it is August 2018, and you continue to be a valuable resource! Thanks! I
m just planning to participate in my first craft show in December, any new thoughts>
This is a wonderful idea, I love it for an inside craft show. You are amazing Julie! Thanks so much.
Thank you for this great idea! I’m getting ready to try to sell my first group of wreaths at a small craft fair for the first time. This solves my problem of how to display them vertically in a small area without taking up a lot of space. Where can I buy the Closet Made shelves?
I found mine at Lowes and it cost about $45 total. Very easy to
assemble. I’m trying to figure out the best way to get my wreaths
to the craft show. How are you doing that?
The first year we did a craft show we put each wreath in white garbage bags & carried them in that way. This way we already had bags for them & they are super light. Last year we still used the bags but put into a 35L bucket. We are going back to just the bags. Much less to try to hide.
Lowe’s or Home Depot has the metal shelving.
love it, thank you. my daughter just started her business and she is doing a show.
How do you actually attach the wreath to the shelving wire with the s loop? I’m just trying to store my store bought wreaths
a metal S shaped hook found in the hardware store
I hope to use this idea to hang small plastic garbage cans filled with artificial flowers. You think this would work?
Yes, it should
I just want to say, this is a great way to display wreaths!!! I read this article and was a bit hesitant thinking no way this is way too easy, too good to be true. So I went to my local Home Depot and bought 3 Closetmade shelves:72 inches by 12 inches. I assembled as the article says!!! It literally cost me $30.×× and five minutes to build!!! It’s so easy and yet so sturdy and works perfectly!!! I am so happy I found this article! I have my first craft show coming up and I’m so excited because of this I feel like I’m ready and I look professional!!! This is by far the best way to display wreaths. I’ve read other articles and watched YouTube videos, but they are no way this nice! ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ 👍
Thank you so much for sharing. I’m going to use this in my house n for the craft shows. I just started crafting.
Thanks for the idea used at my first craft sale worked out great. The wind blew them over so going to buy some grid wall legs to attached to them was my first craft sale and did well got 10 wreath orders was very happy learn another from watching you and want to learn more thanks again. Loretta
I am using your display idea, have made some beautiful wreaths (everyone says so), really great ideas ( everyone says so), prices are low (some say too low), but they are not selling. People passed me by, bought wreaths $10 cheaper, but half the quality of mine. What am I doing wrong? Choosing wrong shows? Prices too low? Bad economy? What?
I loved this idea! And, I happened to have 3 shields that were the same size. Works great. Best idea ever. Solves a lot of display, travel, space issues. Thank you.