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Old 10-17-2004, 11:20 AM   #1
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Default Craft Fairs

Hi, I was just wondering what kind of luck su demonstrators have had at craft shows. Also, what kind of set up have you had. I have done some and I can't decide if it is worth the time. I don't make items to sell I just set up a booth that shows are products and try to book parties. Help, what can I do to make it more worth the time. Any suggestions would be helpful.

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Old 10-17-2004, 06:51 PM   #2
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Default If You Go As Demonstrator

My understanding is:

If you are going as a Demonstrator, you have to either buy the kit from Stampin Up or write to them in advance with a proposal (what you're table will look like) and get their permission.

If you are going as a Crafts person, to sell items you've made, then you cannot book parties etc.

From your post, it sounds like you'd be appearing as a Demonstrator.
Basic set up should include blackout fabric to cover table, black display board for you cards, one catalog for browsing and a spot for people to try their hand at stamping a simple card.

Also, don't forget to have a sign-up sheet or a mailing list.
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