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Just Treated Myself To One Of These

(Pauline Hayward) #1

I’ve just treated myself to one of these stands from someone on Facebook. Its a very reasonable price for the work that’s gone into it. I know I’ll have to paint it myself but that shouldn’t be too hard to do. Can’t wait to use it at my first craft fair which is in May.

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(Danielle Hall Nicola Malia) #2

That is lovely! How much did it set you back? X

(Joy Salt) #3

That looks lovely.
I need a back on my stands as I put glass on them so bought one of these in December and am really pleased with it. Not as classy as yours though.

Bob screwed some hooks to various spots so as well as using the shelves for my fused glass bowls and dishes I can hang other things on the front.
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Retail-Unit-Wooden-Folding-Display-Bookcase-Shelving-Storage-Market-Stalls-3size-/141196400580?var=&hash=item20dff617c4

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(Pauline Hayward) #4

It was £22 including postage. I like those ones you’ve got @JOYSofGLASS but I don’t really need a back on mine as nothing is really breakable on my stand.

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(Paula Rayson) #5

I like both of those. I’ve just bought this for my stall.

http://www.ikea.com/gb/en/catalog/products/30288934/

Like your those Joy to stand busts on.

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(Joy Salt) #6

The seller was incredibly good. The delivery date was likely to be after the show I needed it for so I emailed him and I got it by return. Very impressed and it folds flat . The shelves are plain wood so we covered them in foil to reflect the glass. When that first set of foil gives up I’ve got some silver fablon all ready.

(Paula Rayson) #7

Good price! I like the fact it folds up too. Have bookmarked it, thanks Joy!

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(Deborah Jones) #8

Looks like a great portable unit to give a stall some height!

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