There are even "builds" especially for the show that will not be for sale so, that I can display what I'm selling. I will tell you this though, "Smalls" pay the bills! To begin with, you can paint a piece or even just find that fabulous piece you'll bring all day long and you'll do fairly well with that. It's the booths that showcase your style that draws them in and makes them want to linger. Some of you say "I really don't have a style?". Sure you do. Think about how you choose what you re-sale. That's your style. What YOU choose is not what someone else will choose. So don't be afraid or intimidated about that. On the other hand don't sell yourself short by having a Ho Hum booth either.
Make sure you have at least one signature item that is exclusive to you. A few of Junque Chic's "signature" items are my handmade pumpkins, wings and hearts. I love making them!
I even tried a little "boho chic" style a few years back! In fact it took a while for them to sell but, looking at them now makes me think they would probably go pretty fast now. Sometimes you're a little ahead of schedule with your ideas and after a little time passes, they're right on!
And although it's primarily my chenille pumpkins that I make, I do like to add a little variety to the mix. I also do a few in ticking, which is SO Farmhouse right now so, I'll make sure to include some of them as well.
Make sure that your tags stand out too. I can never really decide which ones I want so mine tend to be a variety of sorts. Kind of like how I dress and eat. Whatever seems to suit me that day and that day alone. I may even eat, dress and "tag" the same for a few days straight but, I'll always change it up a bit. Also when you're setting up think about how you would want the area to look in a picture. What if you were setting it up for a Photographer for a photo shoot? How would you do it? That's how your little "vignettes" should look in your booth AND shop. You won't be disappointed I promise!