Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Our Holiday Fair Booth

Since it has been consuming so much of my time recently, I figured I would share some pictures of the booth my sister and I shared at the Holiday Fair. We had two tables that were in an L shape. The larger table faced out and was right next to the door, which was great. The other table was against the wall, which was awkward, but we managed. We tried to move the table away from the wall, but the lattice behind it was falling over and having both tables in the front would have blocked access to the booth next to us, so we just had to go with it as is.

Our main table featured flower pins,

ear warmers,

hair clips,

and headbands.

On the table against the wall, we had chalkboard frames, countdown to Christmas frames, and sticky note holders.

Then came mitten and tree chalkboards, mini chalkboards (made from the trunk of a Christmas tree that my dad chopped up for me last year),

and some beautiful hats and scarves that my sister crocheted.

The lattice against the wall was handy to display headbands,



and the two things that Kirk made: a Christmas tree dinner bell

and a candle holder.

We didn't sell nearly as much as we had hoped, but it was nice to have some time together as sisters. From what I've heard, most people didn't do as well as they had in the past, so we were relieved to know it wasn't just us. Fortunately, I made things that I was also going to give as gifts, so what didn't sell means fewer things to make in the next few weeks.

By the way, if you see something you want, let me know. There's a good chance it's still available!

1 comment:

  1. Had a great time hanging out with you! Hopefully we can do it again next year, and even more successfully too!