Ok here are photos of it all set up Friday morning ready and waiting for traffic. I received a lot of positive feedback/comments from other demos who stopped by, and from people walking through. It’s nice when people make the time to tell you they love your booth and the quality of your products! I highly recommend using the Stampin Up Table cloths- they really make the booth look more professional!
the black board behind my wire rack is NOT MINE, it belongs to the neighbors and their jewelery display- after reviewing that I took our White cardboard 12x12's that come in the designer paper and put them up in the back of each wire cube, it distrated from their blue space and highlighted my items in the process. a Win Win for us both! lol
On my TV, we played workshop wow Videos and Interactive DVD's that I have made about our grankids using My Digital Studio. The people LOVED the My Digital Studio DVD's best!
Each day the booth changes a little with the flow of the people. We see differences in where the hot selling spots are, where they tend to gravitate to, and move/rearrange the displays when they sell down. I sold almost everything I took plus some retired cardstock & retired stamps. I will be posting the rest of the cardstock and stamps on my blog next week when things settle down here and I have things put away from the weekend! lololol ahhahahha
This is my email newsletter sign up table. I give a small zip loc bag of tag dies for free when they sign up for my newsletter. These forms MUST be kept indefinitely in case you have a discrepancy with your ISP or with someone who claims they didnt ask to receive it. There are check marks on the form that let them tell me what they are interested in so I can contact them later.
Oh, I sold MORE Handmade "Cards" this year than I have the last 4 years. I don't know why but I did and I am thrilled! lol My cards are priced at 3.00 each and include an envelope - they are blank inside for a personal message and inside of an clear envelope with the end shut so that taking them out to handle them and get food or dirty hands on them isn't and option.
I have been going to craft fairs/bazaars as a vendor for 30 years now and I still love it!
Tomorrow's post are close up photos of my items for sale.
Have a great day!