10 Tips to Rock It At Your Next Craft Show

10 Tips to Rock It At Your Next Craft Show


Starting out a crafting business can be scary. Most of us start online through an Etsy shop (or something similar). A great way to gain exposure for your company is to showcase at local craft shows and fairs. Read this great article full of craft show ideas and tip for creating engaging craft show displays.


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These tips are all great. I attend a few craft shows every weekend just to shop around but sometimes I end up buying something because of the attractive displays. I'll be sure to use the tips.

I go to craft shows when I want something different because most of the time this is where you are going to find things like that and it is a big turn off when you see the seller either talking with another seller at a booth and ignoring the people asking questions or they have a bad attitude I just walk away and most of the time I would have bought something. I know most of the time they have been there all day or the weekend but it is bad business. These are 10 great advice for helping you to sell your crafts. Does anyone have anything else to add?

These 10 ideas are very helpful for attracting more sales and customers to my booth at a craft show. I like the idea of having a sign in sheet for increasing the customer base through emails and a newsletter. Also wearing or displaying items that customers can see in use is really good for promoting sales. This is a good reference tool for crafters.


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