11 Oct DIY Boutique Holiday Display Ideas
The Holiday season is an opportunity for your boutique to stand out from the crowd. This week’s post features creative projects to help you create an inspired space for your customers to shop. These DIY boutique Holiday display ideas are proof positive that you don’t have to spend a fortune to make your boutique look like a million bucks.
DIY Easel Chalkboard
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DIY Mannequin Christmas Tree
This is a really unique alternative to a traditional Christmas tree and looks exquisitely beautiful in windows. A Graphic Tees look super cute displayed on a mannequin dress tree and can be accessorized with hats and jewelry. The possibilities are endless! Here is an amazing tutorial to create your own!
DIY Crate Storage Bins
You can never have too much storage in your shop. Although there are ready to purchase-alternatives, they often lack personality and can be costly. DIY versions can be personalized and custom-built for your space.
Wood crates are also extremely versatile and aren’t just limited to storage. They are perfectly suited for displays and look great stacked or hung on a wall for extra shelving. Use this easy Wood Crate Building Guide by Ana White to get started building your own.
DIY Ladder Christmas Tree
Ladders are a great way to display your merchandise. They are super easy to DIY. Check out the creative ways you can use them for your boutique’s holiday displays below.
DIY Halloween Spider
Maybe you might not have a big-box budget but that doesn’t mean you have to compromise style. Drawing inspiration from this elaborate display from fashion giants like Mark Jacobs (that easily cost thousands), this DIY Spider from BHG is so cute…it’s scary!
Easy Halloween DIY: Paper Bats
Using paper for your store holiday decorations is one of the easiest and most inexpensive ways you can make a visual impact. Large retail chains like Anthropologie have used colored paper to create stunning visual merchandising displays using paper for years. Although you might not have the manpower or space, to create complex window displays and installs, you can take a tip from the pros. This paper bat tutorial can’t be any simpler.
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