I had to come up with some price signs for the upcoming outdoor Farmer's Market I plan on attending at the beginning of June.
I had a couple Ikea picture frames laying around at home. Then I found a white one at the thrift store for 25 cents! Score. Although brand new, they're only $1 anyway, but at least it saved me a trip to Ikea. I also had some wooden coin things that a neighbour-boy was selling last summer. I knew they'd come in handy at some point.
Here's how you turn them into display signs.
Each frame has two hard plastic sleeves that you sandwich a picture in between. I suppose you could make a price sign and put that in there, but I wanted little chalkboards.
We only need one of the plastic pieces for each frame. Like my fancy painting set-up? I used little plastic medicine cups for drying.
Here's the fun part.... Placing them in the picture frame:
I have little holes drilled into the wood pieces as an option to hang the them, but I may end up duct-taping them to what I need. We'll see. There you have it, a low-cost price signage solution.