Originally Posted by tat2girl
I've done these for all of my sales. I computer generate the sign ( 2" x 4") with what the product is, what it can be for (great teacher gift, etc) and the price. All nice, neat and legible. They are also easier and smaller to transport, I just throw them in a ziplock bag at the end of the day and pack them away. It's funny, people always ask me if they are for sale, too. You may want to make some up for sale, just in case
Here's a pic: craft fair 2010 by tat2girl - Cards and Paper Crafts at Splitcoaststampers
I don't have room on my table for the frame style of sign.
I print out the product name and price, cut the strips of paper, then tape each one to the front of the tray holding it. I can get most of them to last throuh the whole season...
..except for the ones that sit in the midde of the table.
Does anyone else notice that older women carry very large big purses, and they feel free to plop it down on my product so they can search for their wallet to pay? It drives me crazeeeee!
And that is why I don't put fragile products in the middle of the table.