Thursday, May 30, 2013

Printable Craft Show Checklist

Since I just participated in a craft show, I wanted to share a bit of what my check list looks like. I generally only write down things that I could forget otherwise. My display pieces and stock are kind of a no brainer. But things like sunscreen and clothespins easily slip my mind if I don't make myself a list.

You can download a high resolution image of this check list here. Then feel free to fill in the blanks to customize it for your own needs! Enjoy! xo JA

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9 comments:

  1. Rianne9:43 AM

    Hi julie! Why the apron? :P

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    1. Hi Rianne! Some vendors wear aprons to keep their money on them.

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  2. Hi Julie Ann,

    I am going to use this puppy a lot! Thank you, I might do different fairs but it will be so usefull

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  3. Great list, TFS!

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  4. I sold on our farmer's market 5x a week for almost four years. I'd also recommend deodorant, sharpie markers, calculator, band-aids and neosporin or a first aid kit, anti-itch cream for bug bites, advil or excedrin, back up girly stuff like - shhh. pads and/or tampons in case of a surprise, allergy meds, safety pins, a flat tarp or large plastic in case of a freak thunderstorm and lotion. I had a huge back I'd take with me everyday and at some point or another I used everything in it.

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  5. How sweet of you to share, thank you so much! It is awesome:)

    Blessings,

    Patricia

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  6. How useful! I've been planning on getting into craft markets so this is really timely!

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  7. Thanks for this, Julie! It's so cute too!

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  8. Thanks so much for sharing your checklist! I featured a link to it on Moogly this morning! http://www.mooglyblog.com/craft-fair-checklist/

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