A store can really make use of their glass display to showcase the items that they are selling. These items, arranged neatly, sometimes with themes can really attract visitors to their store.
One inspiring display is from Daiso whereby they would have glass as part of their store boundaries and then display all their items at the glass partitions:
Shops that are selling items can especially benefit from having such display.
Above: A shop, selling collection toy cars custom made plastic racks to display all their cars on sale. It enabled people who pass by to view the collection and for avid toy car collectors, they would definitely walk in to have a look. This shop is found on the top floor of Amcorp Mall.
Above: Another shop found in Amcorp Mall where it sells collection toys. The display are also visually displayed on the windows hence it gives a good idea what is available from the store.
Above is found on a store selling cameras and printing products. There is an attractive glass display of different types of cute cameras as well as some antique cameras.
Due to the emergence of Smartphones and social sharing sites like Facebook, Snapchat and Instagram, the demands for cameras and photo prints have reduced drastically. Hence by displaying the potential use for the products such as creating photo books, putting photos in photo frames and albums would inspire one perhaps not necessary to buy a camera but to have some of the photos being printed out.
Below is an interesting use of “fatt guo”, a traditional Chinese offering. The fatt guo is a Chinese version of cupcake. The fatt guo is preserved and used as decoration. Below it is put together with plastic plants as decoration.
Sometimes when you need inspiration, magazines can help spark some creativity. Example is let’s look at a pink stationery as part of an interesting assortments of colours featured in the December Cleo magazine.
The mini pink stationery set was first struck my eyes from the entire page as you see below:
We used to make goodie bags in the past for our department on each festive period (Hari Raya, Chinese New Year, Deepavali and Christmas)… well not us but we usually would engage the new staff during their break time to help out.
As the goodie bags were for about 200 pax, we had to use a production line method.
Our method is to lay out all items on the table and then each staff would be positioned at different sections to put different candies/goodies into the bag. At the end, one staff would tie up the finished goodie bag and place then into a basket or a huge container.
It is fun and therapeutic to make such goodie bags.
This handmade chocolate goodie bag makes a cute gift for a friend. You can replace the contents with mixture of sweets, candies and chocolates.
In the package below, Cadbury Diary milk is the main chocolate being used as it is in purple theme to match the purple rose. A few Ferrore Rocher are added inside to give a nice gold theme.
The entire goodie bag is wrapped using black organza cloth- to give that semi transparent feel.
Here is a nice video I found in YouTube that teaches how to make a goodie bag- in the video below, it is party goodie bags of the Princess theme with candies. So inspiring!
There is another video too on wrapping goodie bags. The video is very cute as the mom is engaging her daughter to help her with the goodie bags- it is great mom-daughter engagement. Finally, the mother wrapped up the goodie bags in ribbons after it has been finished.
The video below shows the goodie bags in a different version: