Craft fair displays and best-sellers 2017 - Embellish

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OMG such cute items can’t waut to see the hot chocolate with test tube tutorial. Thanks for sharing.

Very nice display! Lots of great projects there! I hope your craft fair went well!

Lyssa, these are all good tips, and you are a sweetheart to share them. I have been involved in craft sales before, both group and as an individual, and these are right on target. We all learn as we go!

Great stuff, Lyssa!

Your display is wonderful, I am surprised you didn't sell out completely. I would have bought one of those quilt boxes since I have trouble lining those kind of stamp sets and framelits up.

The Life Happens coffee cup on green dsp on 2nd photo, is that a gift card? If so can you tell me what kind of gc holder it is.

Candles? where they real or the "fake" battery ones?

Lyssa - Absolutely AMAZING!!! How do you make all this great stuff and keep your blog and business running? I am in awe of you! Great display and wonderful goodies. Thank you for sharing your creations and tips.

What a grand display. Thank you for sharing both photos and tips on things that have sold well for you. Do you remember the exact name for the crate from Hobby Lobby that you are using to display your cards. I must order on-line & the proper name for this escapes me at the moment. Thanks

Everything looks so good! I love the single card holder. A great idea to have the cards up front to make it easy to thumb through. I've thought about doing a craft fair but just haven't yet. You give me some good ideas. Thanks for sharing your beautiful booth with us.

Thanks so much for sharing your craft fair pictures. I sell my cards at a local store, but this year I thought I would branch out and try the "fry" box with Herseys kisses in cellophane sacks. That's way out of my comfort zone. Again, thanks so much for sharing.

Wow! What an inviting booth; I think I would have bought one of everything. Thank you SO much for sharing your pictures and advice- perfect timing for me. I do have one question if you have time to answer: do you make/construct your journals or do you cover purchased blank books.

Oh my Lyssa! I am so impressed! Are you for real?! You must be cranking these pretty little things out in your sleep LOL. So sweet of you to share with us.
Oh now, that's just great... now I wanna shop!

que de belles réalisations. bravo

Thanks for sharing all the pictures and tips Lyssa! That is super helpful. I've been thinking about getting my feet wet in the craft fair circuit and I think your tips will definitely help me make a great eye-catching display when I do. Happy Halloween!

Are the items marked with prices? If so, how are they attached?

You did a great job of staging, Makes me want to walk right up and touch everything withing reach . Thanks so much for sharing you great ideas and layout,

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