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Thread: Displays

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    I just joined a craft co-op and need some help I make baby bibs and I need a cute way to display them. Right now they are just on my table, and I do not like it. Is there anyone who can help

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    I don't know about the displays, but could you tell me what a craft co-op is? Really curious. Thanks

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    Dolls?

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    Quote Originally Posted by babyboomerquilter
    I don't know about the displays, but could you tell me what a craft co-op is? Really curious. Thanks
    A craft co-op is when a group of crafters rent a space in a building and sell their crafts. The one I belong to is all hand made crafts that is the requirment. The one I rent a space at is you keep the money you make you do not have to give a percentage to the owner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VaNella
    Dolls?
    No I make baby bibs, that are reversable, so I need something to display them on

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    Look for dolls at garage sales and have 1 or 2 model the bibs, rest of bibs nearby. Just a thought.

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    How about hanging it front of a large mirror so they can see both sides?

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    A clothesline with cute pins?

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    Quote Originally Posted by VaNella
    A clothesline with cute pins?
    I like this!

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    attached to lattice (crisscross boards)
    hang from tree branch spray painted- like an easter egg tree (might be hard to dig one out from all your snow LOL)
    hang from cafe curtain rod - attached to ??
    spread them out in a big basket

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