Booth at Building Character/Craft Show Tip

I sort of rearranged my Booth at Building Character again. The same main big elements (i.e. tables, shelves) are the same, but I have rearranged some of the products around and changed displays.

I really like taking photos of it because I can more objectively see how others may perceive it.

Craft Show Tip:

I think this is a good tip for when you are preparing for craft shows as well. If you are new, I suggest trying your set up before you actually get to the show in my Craft Show Tips Zine. This way you can figure out all your displays and such in a much less stressful environment than it will be the day of the show.

I think it's a great idea to take photos when you do this so you can more objectively see what your stand looks like. It's also a great idea to take photos when you are happy with the set up so that you can use the photos as a reference when setting up the first show.

You may have noticed that I take photos of every show I do. It is true that I take A LOT of photos of basically everything I do, but I also check out the photos to see where I can make improvements and changes.

This photo contains notes about the different aspects of my booth. If you click on the photo, you will be taken to the photo in my flickr photostream and you can see my notes.

Also, my booth isn't actually on a hill. :) I guess I took the photo crooked and I missed fixing it. See, I do really look at these photos again!


BrigaBauble said...

Your booth looks wonderful--and spacious! How big was your space at the Building Character show?

Excellent tip on the photos. I recently learned this one myself--the hard way (by not having done so in the past and having to entirely re-plan my table because it had been so many months between shows. Thanks for sharing!


B.B. Bellezza said...

Hi there! Actually, my booth at Building Character is permanent and open daily. I believe it is 10' x 8'

Glad you liked my tip with the photos. Luckily I thought of this prior to my first show. I was so nervous that I totally followed the photos just to get through it! :)