I thrive on creative challenges--most of the time. However, I tend to greet display decisions with the same enthusiasm that I muster to organize income taxes or to go to the doctor.
But on the spur of the moment, in utter desperation, I came up with a way to display a wide array of soaps so they are easy to see.
I dug through the Mister's scrap piles and found 5 chunks of wood that were vaguely similar.
I stacked them and wrapped a piece of fabric around the lumber.
Voila. Instant display. It has proven so handy that I'm still using it for the farmer's market this summer. I screwed the stacks together so it's easy to tote around. I'm not looking at it as a long-term display, just until I get a fancy one, once I decide exactly what I want. That means I'll probably be using it for years.
Is this an original idea for a quick display? It probably isn't, but I thought it was a touch of genius at the time, so don't feel obligated to burst my bubble.
Do you have any display ideas to share? Leave a link below and I will eagerly check them out.