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Topic: How to display various items at my first show!  (Read 1236 times)
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« on: August 24, 2012 11:50:08 AM »

A good friend of mine and I are going to be selling our crafty wares at our first craft show! (Well, I've done them before, but I was selling pony rides instead of crafts). I know that there are a few threads about how to display some of these items, but I'm going to post the list of our things so that you guys who are veteran craft fair attenders can give me some advice on how to best display everything. I'm going to invest in a lattice board for some of the bigger hanging items.

1) Ribbon wreaths like this one. I saw about getting the board and using cheap wreath hangers for them (And then selling the hangers to get the money back).

2) Home made chap stick

3) Personalized spiral notebooks (my friend has a Cricut) with ribbon tied on the spiral

4) Glass boxes

5) Girl's hair bows

(The following are my things)
6) Tag blankets like this one

7) Home made stuffed animals (mostly horses, and the girly ones may or may not resemble My Little Pony characters  Wink )

Cool Regular blankets

Our booth is a 10 x 10 size and I'm open to any suggestions at all. Thanks!
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