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There is a call for artisans to get a table at a Christmas art fair, and I was thinking about getting a table, although I wasn't sure if it would be worth it. If you were at a craft show, would you buy framed photographs, or greeting cards, or bookmarks? There are some other things I could make, like coasters, but I think to buy the coasters and make them would cost about $15 a set, which means I'd want to sell them for $25 or more and I just don't know if that would be worth it.
What would you do? What other things could I offer at my table?
ok, so one year I made glass ornaments for my mom. I took old family photos and printed them out on transparencies that I rolled up and dropped into glass ornaments
My mom is a very simple person so I didnt do them up much but Ive seen ones with glitter and tulle and all sorts of fancifications done to them and they are beautiful!
oops hit enter too soon. They have gotten LOTS of compliments over the years and if i didnt have so many smell kiddos, I would make myself a set. They would look awesome with photos of flowers and such. Totally sale-worthy
for $40, i thing it would be worth having some stuff to sell just so you can give out fliers about your biz. Do you know anyone you can split the table with so you can bring less product but the table will still draw ppl over?