Hi everyone! Many of you have asked to see my booth at the Shaker craft fair and so today I’m obliging.
Because they gave me a bigger space this year (still relatively small at 6’x 2.5′), I was able to display much more merchandise than I had in the past, and it enabled me to build my display upwards. I used a small shelf on the left and a combination of old drawers and a trunk insert for the rest. This is what the booth looked like five weeks ago. Much of what you see here has already sold and been replaced with new products.
If I had a theme this year, it was mini wreaths–I used them everywhere! The level hanging rack sold ($15.00), as did all seven of my vintage pie pans ($6.00 each), the shoe lasts ($28.00), over a dozen Bingo cards ($3.50 each), the cross stitch ($32.00), and the wreath (upper right, $9.00).
Both of my framed vintage scissors also sold ($12.00).
Along with a jar of vintage buttons ($18.00) and four rusty stars ($5.00 each).
My punched tin lantern diorama, priced at $32.00, but recently reduced to $25.00, has not yet sold.
But as I mentioned a few posts ago, this little diorama did sell ($25.00).
Along with two funnel trees ($9.00 each), which I may have under-priced a bit.
I made a number of these waterless snow globes using vintage jars ($6.00 each), and they all sold.
These are my latest version, using jars I picked up a while ago for 50¢ each; they’re priced at $6.00 each.
The large German Blue Onion canister sold ($28.00), as did the scale ($35.00), but the rolling pin has not.
My cheers bunting ($18.00) has not sold yet either. I raised the price this year from $15.00. I will lower the price next time.
About a dozen of these cuties have sold ($3.50 each).
I decorated several graters with my mini wreaths and they each sold quickly ($9.00).
These graters also sold for $9.00 each.
And finally, one of my personal favorites, a decorated doorplate. These have been selling rapidly for $10.00 each. All in all, it looks like I’m going to make out well from this year’s Shaker craft fair–woo woo! For anyone who’s local, it’s open through this Saturday, December 17th at 4 pm. I highlighted other vendors in my Tour of the Craft Fair post, if you’d like to take a peek at what else is available.
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