Take Responsibility for Craft Show Success

Success at a craft show starts before you even apply. Yes, this is truer than you could possibly expect.

It doesn't matter whether your work is fabulous, well designed or priced right, if it doesn't fit the show you will be disappointed. Participation in a show that does not fit your work is a waste of time and money. 

Guest Author Alison Antelman is an experienced craft show vendor with 12 years of experience at craft shows and art festivals.  Since then, she has learned to investigate prior to craft show participation and use her years of open studios to help her assess shows and select the most successful events. Learn from Alison's years of experience the easy way (sitting at your computer) instead of under a tent of tears and frustration.

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Comment by Harriete E Berman on January 16, 2013 at 10:01am

You are welcome! Thanks for getting in touch.

Harriete

Comment by Suki-Kaur Bassi on January 16, 2013 at 5:27am

Harriete thank you for the valuable advice - I was just thinking about which shows and markets to consider for the forthcoming months!

I shall read thoroughly before committing myself!

Thank you!

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