The biggest tip I give to sellers who are just starting out selling at craft fairs is to be organized. As a buyer I know when a seller isn’t organized: they don’t know their inventory, their display is messy, they aren’t prepared, etc. Some sellers might not take craft fairs seriously, which is fine, but for me I am taking my online shop and giving it a space for the day (I take it seriously!). I create my displays as if I were to sell my items in a store. I want my booth to express myself and my shop. I also find a good display is memorable to buyers, that they will buy again or visit your online shop! Today I have compiled some freebies from the internet to help your craft fair go smoothly!
- Inventory Checklist
- Ultimate Craft Fair To-Do List
- Craft Fair Sales Checklist
- Craft Show To-Do List
- Order Form
- Newsletter Sign-Up
- Craft Show Tracking List
- Cash Receipt
- Pricing Formula
- How to Prepare for a Craft Show + Free Checklist
Other helpful links:
How to Start Your Own Etsy Shop
Wendy Coventry says
With the ultimate craft fair to do list the pencil and eraser are hiding a lot of the steps.