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IanBurton 5 78 7 United Kingdom
22 May 2013 9:31PM
Hi,

Hopefully someone can help me out with this.
I've got a window display to setup in a couple of weeks time and I need to buy something that will prop up 20x16 and 16x12 frames, plus I plan on using these for arts & craft fairs. I have considered large plate holders, but I would prefer something like a small wooden easel as they look nicer, unfortunately I can't find any that are a suitable size and support the weight of the frame. Price needs to be reasonable too.

Has anybody done a display like this in windows or in craft fairs, what did you use? Any suggestions welcome.

Thanks,

Ian

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keithh e2
11 23.4k 33 Wallis And Futuna
23 May 2013 12:14PM
Buy some lenghts of 1.5 x 1.5 inch planed and make your own. Very simple to do.
IanBurton 5 78 7 United Kingdom
23 May 2013 4:33PM
Thanks for the advice Keith, but I don't have any idea how to make them let alone have the time to do this plus I think it's going to be cheaper to buy the plate holders.
I'm a bit disappointed there hasn't been much of a response to this topic given there are lots of people on here that attend craft fairs or have displays Sad
janovilas 10 218 England
23 May 2013 5:08PM
no idea if this is any good for you...
Coventryphotog Junior Member 1 149 United Kingdom
23 May 2013 11:42PM
An alternative to the above Smile http://www.cheapeasels.co.uk/
IanBurton 5 78 7 United Kingdom
24 May 2013 8:53AM
Thanks guys I think you may have just found what I am looking for, prices are very favourable too Smile
Coventryphotog Junior Member 1 149 United Kingdom
24 May 2013 11:08PM
Dim prob Smile

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