Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Craft booths

It's summer time and with that comes outdoor markets, and as en etsy seller, I love markets , I have since the time I was 4, and my mom took me to swiss days in heber city utah( by park city) I did lemonade stand every year asa kid the whole summer, I guess you can say my entrepreneur side started young. I love making the booths,and now that my company is big enough to go to some of these larger markets I'm feeling the pressure to make a good booth.
Heres a couple ideas I've accumulated... it's hard because my headbands are on cards..so how do i display them, so it looks very professional?
what's your favorite look? leave a comment or vote in the poll on my sidebar..
I need some direction,what would you as a buyer be drawn to?

 check out the diy on these..awesome!

this would work great for my shop, using plate racks genius I tell you miss mayi!

this one I love! perfect fit for my shop? its like accesscories in a candy shop.exact feel of my brand!
 But where the crap do I find one of these ole bad boys laying around?

Then theres always slat wall?
 Which is nice because people can see it from far away.
But is it tooo commercial?

I love the chicken wire look. but is it too overdone, for vintage shows?

use wood palettes for hard headbands.with tags attached I like this idea..
but would you paint the palettes? Or leave them raw and vintage barrel like. I like both.
ok my bloggin buddies, what should I go with? go to the side bar and vote!

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  1. I like the candy shop or the wood slats. I'd paint them as a rainbow and maybe put like pink headbands on pink slats, so it's super easy to navigate. We could totally make the candy shop thing.

  2. Or if painting the slats makes it too hard to see the headbands, lets paint em all white and maybe a strip of color down the edges.