Jewelry Booth is READY
Jim and I went to Lytle earlier today. We could set up our space at the Lytle Community Center between 10 am and 2 pm. The booth space was 8 ft by 10 ft but it seemed smaller. I used one six foot table and my four foot collapsible baker’s rack. The baker’s rack is a really easy way to get LOTS of VERTICAL space at a craft show. Also, the rack is easy to transport.
How I used my Baker’s Rack for this show.
I used the side with three shelves to display necklaces. The top shelf was used to show my more expensive items. The next two shelves were covered with $20 items. The table space below the bottom shelf housed $10 items.
For this show I used the back side of the rack to hang various chains that I was selling. Also, I displayed a picture of my storefront at the local flea market where I sell beads, jewelry making items, and custom jewelry. I filled the remaining space on the table with more $5 and $10 items.
I have always used the left and right side of the baker’s rack to display themed jewelry. Sometimes I will showcase my leather work, my rosaries, or seasonal items. This time I displayed Halloween themed items on one side and Christmas themed items on the other side. I try to have most of my seasonal items very reasonably priced. The Halloween themed earrings are $3 pair or 2 pair for $5 and they are displayed in little coffins that I found at a dollar store. The Christmas earrings are placed in a holiday tin. Higher priced earrings and ornaments are hung on the metal trees. These holiday items range in price from $3 to $5. I have a variety of $10 holiday bracelets spattered around the metal trees and tins.
Collapsible baker’s racks are great for displaying merchandise in a small space.