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Thread: Craft Fair Items

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    Super Member fleurdelisquilts.com's Avatar
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    Post Craft Fair Items

    I have a booth at the annual Christmas Craft Fair for the Festival of Lights in Natchitoches. I have belts and matching bows, bibs and burp cloths, table runners, and lots of small items. I'm thinking of organizing the tables so that there's one with infant and children's, one with teen/adult items, and one with just Christmas themed items.

    What do you think? I'd really appreciate any ideas or comments you can give that might help out.
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    Sounds like a very nice plan. You have some lovely items there. I wish you well at your craft fair. Thanks for sharing.
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    good plan. hope you make some extra money for presents!!
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    I think your way/thoughts of seperating is the right way to go. People looking for specific sizes will appreciate the seperation, plus your inventory won't get mixed up.

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    I like the idea of arranging things according to the intended user. It would make things simpler for customers to concentrate on a particular subject. But I think they will find something at every table to interest them. You have a great selection of items! They are all well-made and have nice details on them. Good luck!

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    That is a good idea to keep them separated. Some people are only interested in baby items...some aren't shopping for babies at all. It's easier on the shoppers to find what they are looking for. I wish you the best of luck at your craft show!!!
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    I think your organization idea is good and I love your sample items

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    Your plan sounds solid to me. I looks like you have some very marketable items. Thanks for sharing.
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    Lovely, I think you'll sell out fast.
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    Love the christma lights runner! U have some great stuff! Hope uu sell out fast! Would love to see all u make!!

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