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Your Holiday Retail Checklist: Getting Ready For The Holiday Shopping Rush (An Infographic)

What do retailers want for the Holidays? More shoppers, of course. While the retail landscape is constantly changing, one thing is for sure. The holiday season can make or break store’s sales year. Firefly Store Solutions wants all its customers, partners and friends to have a profitable holiday season and to that end, we’ve created a graphic reminder for independent retailers – Your Holiday Retail Checklist: 5 Tips For Getting Your Store Ready For The Holiday Shopping Rush. Share read more

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DIY on Display – A Blogger Link Up! April Showers

Have you seen our May Blogger Link Up? We’re hosting a Blogger Link Up! Welcome to Robert H. Ham’s first ever Blogger Link Up! Here’s how it works: 1. Link up one blog post DIY related. (No Etsy Stores or other Link Ups please!) 2. Link to your specific post – not your main blog URL. 3. Check out our April Showers Display tutorial. 4. Link up your blog below! 5. Link back to our Blog in your post, please! Cut out raindrop shapes from blue poster board. Make as many different read more

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A fun DIY project with pegboard and soup cans

Step 1. Choose a few pieces of decorative paper, and cut into strips measuring 4-1/4″. Step 2. Clean and peel off labels of recycled cans. Step 3. Wrap the paper around each can and glue ends together. Set cans aside. Step 4. Choose any color paint you would like for your pegboard. Paint the pegboard pieces with a brush or roller and let dry. Step 5. Hang the pegboard on your wall. Be sure to leave at least a 1/4″ space between the board and wall. This will make it easier to attach accessories. Step read more

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A great DIY backdrop for your next display project

Add a fun twist to your display project with this DIY paper rosette backdrop.         Step 1. Take your coordinating paper, and fold it accordion style. Make sure you do it length-wise (don’t worry if it’s not perfect).       Step 2. Fold the paper in half. Put some hot glue along the inside fold, and press the two sides together. You can also us double-sided tape instead of glue.       Your paper read more

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