Properly tagging and pricing your merchandise at a craft show is more important than you think. If your items are not priced or if it’s hard to see the price of a specific item, then chances are, that item will not sell. You’re more likely not to find a buyer for that item because not all browsing customers want to ask for an item’s price. Many customers at a craft fair are looking for the same easy and convenient shopping experience you would find at a small boutique. So, you’ve spent your time making sure your craft booth’s layout appeals to these customers, but you haven’t thought about your merchandise tags or pricing.
A good price tag not only makes it easy for a potential customer to find the price of an item, but also serves as the icing on the cake. If you put care and thought into such a minor detail, then you’ll definitely leave a lasting impression. A personalized, beautiful price tag sends the message that this maker is detail-oriented, and therefore, this is quality product. A nice price tag stands out and complements your craft booth’s aesthetic, so you can think of it as a final, finishing touch to your craft booth design.
Don’t have the time to invest in making your own price tags? These free printable tags will help save you time and money. You can customize each free printable to include your company’s name or logo. What’s more, these free printable tags make great gift tag ideas as well. If you have a customer requesting gift wrap, then you can use any of these free printable tags as a quick gift tag. It will make your customer feel extra special and the receiver of the gift will be impressed! You’ll be bound to leave a good impression, and it’s a great opportunity to create some repeat customers.
Free Printable Tags to Try at Your Next Craft Fair
1) Ombre Printable Tags – These printables are on-trend and the colors are so pretty!
2) Antique Floral Printable Tags – Blooming with romance, these tags are GORGEOUS.
3) Prints Charming Printable Tags – These fun prints are bound to win anyone’s heart!
What’s your top tip for pricing and tagging merchandise?