Tuesday, December 03, 2013

Giveaway: Acrylic pieces from Achieve Display

1059 Acrylic Risers

In late October, I introduced you to a company that specializes in display pieces for jewelry businesses (as well as other industries), Achieve Display.  

1338 Winged Earring Display Holder   

1339 Slant back Earring Stand 
Next week, I am going to send out a package to some lucky winner which will include a set of the small clear acrylic risers shown at the top of the post, a set of 10 of the winged earring displays in black acrylic, and a set of 10 slant back earring displays, also in black!


***Giveaway Alert!!!***

Would you like to win this selection of display pieces?  Please read this carefully!  What we want to know from you is what jewelry or bead display piece you've looked for and have been unable to find.  Maybe it doesn't even exist yet.  Leave me your answer here and include your email address.  If I don't see your email address, I won't be able to contact you.  No contact, no win, and I simply have to go on to the next person.  You are welcome to spell it out if you'd prefer, for example, cyndi at mazeltovjewelry dot com.  If you tweet or post on Facebook or other social spots about the contest, you can leave a second comment and be entered twice! Deadline: December 10, 2013


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17 comments:

Bobbie said...

My biggest challenge is to find display pieces that complement, rather than overwhelm, my creations, and that make my display look elegant without getting too heavy. Acrylic would be a great answer!

Bobbie said...

and my email address is beadsong@aol.com (that's what I get for hitting "submit" too quickly!)

Cynthia said...

I am always looking for display pieces to make my display look unique. I like using busts for necklaces, but they take up too much room. Something with a little personality, that allows me to show multiple pieces - I'm not sure it exsists.
I would love to win these display pieces, especially the riser set!!
My email address is cynthiariggs58 at gmail.com. Thanks for the chance to win!

NanW said...

I like to use display pieces that don't overwhelm the jewelry. Attractive but not the focus. I l'm always looking for better ways to display multiple necklaces.
nwilcox95 at comcast dot net

June Wiseman said...

I have looked for long, wide(ish) risers about 8 inches tall. This is to make a 2nd shelf on a tabletop display. june@jillwisemandesigns.com

LissC said...

I would say these clear acrylic pieces are exactly what i've looked for and not been able to find. I'd love to see how the clear acrylic photographs. I'm thinking could get some great photo's showing more depth of your piece.

liss
lissclarke@gmail.com

KayzKreationz said...

I'm looking for a unique necklace display. I have a couple of busts, but don't really like them. Would like to find something very rustic/unique.

kaythomerson(at)hotmail.com

KayzKreationz said...

Just tweeted about your post and giveaway.

kaythomerson(at)hotmail.com

https://twitter.com/kayzkreationz/status/408101544505008128

Angi said...

I have never went looking for display pieces. I'm hoping to do some craft shows in the new year so I'm sure I will be shopping up a storm!

Angi Mullis dj2isme@aol.com

shana said...

Can I re-do? I didn't put in my e-mail address!
I didn't go looking for display pieces, I had the hubby cut me some boards to stand like easels & I padded them with dark blue velvet to pin the pieces on.

nineteen19@blackfoot.net

Jamie Spires said...

I look for displays that don't detract from my jewelry and are simple. Also ones that don't collect LINT! :)

creationsbyjae at gmail dot com

Tweeted about this as well!

Jamie Spires said...

https://twitter.com/creationsbyjae/status/408412225678737408

Also, the nice simple risers that you can put under tablecloths to drape things on are fabulous!

creationsbyjae at gmail dot com

Anonymous said...

I would love something sturdy and slanted and taller that I can hang my chain maille bracelets on. Like the slanted earring display but maybe 9 inches high and 12 wide with evenly spaced slots at the top I could hook the clasp of the bracelet on. So they dangled straight down and really show off the weave.

mlgray920 at yahoo dot com

Heather Woody said...

I have been beading for several years now, and recently landed a job teaching my beloved craft at a local bead store. I'm rather new to putting pieces on display stands, as I have always laid things out as creatively as possible on fabrics, and home made "cushions" and drape mounds. I'm looking for something to try to make my pieces appealing to potential students, as well as make my displays more compact. From the pictures, this might be what I am looking for. Thanks. arachnebeadweave@gmail.com

Alicia said...

I like to use neutral colours so more color options for the clear display would be interesting. Also would like to display earring cards in table top display that the cards would sit on, rather like a business card holder. It would have to hold lots though.

arienna_elf at hotmail dot com

Cairenn said...

What I keep looking for is classy, weatherproof displays that are easy to carry. Also ones that work with gridwall easily.

I live in Texas and often the wind is a major issue, plus rain, hail, sleet, dust. And yes I have seen all of those during a 3 day show

Cairenn Day

howlingartist@hotmail.com

Janice said...

I love those acrylic risers! I would love to find a better way of displaying my eye glass chains. The Styrofoam wig stand just doesn't do it.

caston2@shaw.ca

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