I thought I would share a few interesting display ideas that I saw at my last show. The first photo shown is a shoe shelf turned display. They are fairly cheap and it looks very professional. I also really like the second photo. Use a set of kitchen cooling racks. They are compactable and an awesome way to display kitchen related items, but you could experiment with different ways to use them. The last one, not shown, was a sweet, old fashioned, wall spice rack. It is another small, and easy to pack item that can help bring your product off the table. I loved the comment on the last post about using a styrofoam cooler to hang things! Keep sharing your ideas everyone!
Tuesday, April 26, 2011
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There has already been some good information left there by other local Etsians. You don't want to miss out any oppoturnities to promote your shop and your creations.
Stop by and check it out!
Sunday, May 23, 2010
Monday, August 3, 2009
Here is Stena with her twin sister Nancy of Odin's Daughter selling Stena's upcycled purses and Nancy's Scandinavian-inspired items. I saw a couple of girls walking around with Stena's fun Capri-Sun zipper purses - what a cute idea!
Here I am (of TheHobbyRoom) with my daughter and all my tutu fluff and hair stuff. Baby was in a "no-nap" moodALL day, so I wasn't too organized this time as you can see by the random mess of my booth!
And here is a brand new member of our team, Kim of rEvolutionarie, with her mother-in-law Kathy. They make beautiful jewelry, and Kim makes some lovely unique vintage-style clothing as well. The two of them were wonderfully helpful neighbors to me at the show, and I look forward to having them join us for other events!
I can't believe I'm still blogging at almost 1am! Goodnight for now!
Friday, July 10, 2009
Amy of Morning Star Arts was there with her lovely jewelry and pendants. Amy and I shared a booth and had a wonderful time. If you haven't seen her beautiful postage stamp or copper enameled pendants yet, come by when Amy and I share a spot again August 20th to check them out. They were a big hit! If I didn't have my daughter at the age of trying to rip things off my neck, I would have been buying something new every time we had a lull in traffic.
And here I am, Andrea of The Hobby Room, with my collection of hooded towels, burp cloths, hair accessories, and tutus. Between the bright colored tutus hanging from the edge of the tent and my daughter smiling at people passing by, we had a lot of traffic in our booth this week.
Jen and the gang of Jen and Company were there again in their usual spot on the pavilion with their collection of jewelry and stained glass creations. I've met both Jen and her mom Carlene many times now, but I got the treat of meeting two more of the team this week - Jen's son and uncle. Oh, if I wasn't so bad at names....
Here is Jen's uncle working on a beautiful stained glass table. His talent amazes me! Jen and Company are there every week with all of their family's creations, so stop by and check it out.