Looking to spice up your craft fair booth this year? Check out these creative and positively Christmas-y craft fair booths.
1. Garland can do wonders for you booth – and you don’t even need lights! This is a great option to give your booth a Christmas feel even if you aren’t selling Christmas items. I recommend using a garland to help people think about Christmas when entering your booth – especially if you have items that make great gifts.
2. Bring out the lights! We love metal shelving that is open and airy – and probably not too cumbersome to tote around. These shelves will give your booth/table height which is great when you have a small area to work with. The string lights seem to call people into your booth while still being magical.
3. Now, I didn’t say these were all “practical” ideas, but I couldn’t help but be inspired by this booth! A LOT of time and effort must have gone into this display – and I realize that not all crafters have the time, space, or resources for such a grand booth. However, let’s pick some aspects that you can try on a smaller scale. The giant candy can be easily made with plastic wrap and styrofoam and can be displayed on the walls of your booth or even the tables for a sweet display. You could also make a mini gingerbread house out of cardboard and collage clay and incorporate it into a display as well.
4. The floating element of this booth is simply wonderful. Whether you’re selling ornaments or just using some dollar store ornaments to liven up your display, hanging them from varying lengths of fishing line will give your booth a magical feeling. Just be sure that your ornaments are high enough to not bump heads.
5. Let’s just take a moment and enjoy the beauty of this entrance. Okay, now that we all realize that this is beautiful, we can all realize how expensive this must be. But it sure is pretty to look at.
6. What I love about this booth is that everything is so well coordinated and pretty to look at. The banners and all of the different items share the same color scheme. This can help your booth not look too cluttered or too “loud.” I suggest coming up with a plan when making items for Christmas fairs and see if a color theme will help you focus your goods and create a unified booth.
7. Last but not least, let’s just throw a full blown Christmas tree in the middle of a booth. Because why not right? A mini fake tree in a corner of a booth could also work. I love the layout of different sized tables around the tree as well.
What special touches do you add to your Christmas craft fair booths?
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