Twirl-a-ties work great for my extra inventory and it also creates a different look to my booth space. Some people really like to shop from these cool little gadgets and it is a nice change from the large, overpowering pegboard displays. This display is open and airy and allows more light into my booth than my HUGE pegboards. Imagine how dark and closed off my booth would be if I used those large pegboard displays on both sides of the booth! I love the openness and the look of the twirl-a-tie display!
Now the questions is, how do I transport so many twirl-a-ties to my events? Many people use oatmeal containers and those work great! However...when you have as many as I do, the oatmeal containers can take up way too much space. I currently have around 20 of them and that is a LOT of oatmeal containers! We don't eat that much oatmeal! Lol!
Anyway, I needed to find a better way to transport a large amount of them that took up less space. I saw this idea on Pinterest and decided to make one myself. Here's what you need:
What you need:
My name is Colleen Menning and I have been a Paparazzi Independent Consultant since September 2014. I hope that some of these posts inspire you to build your business and learn from what I have learned through trial & error.