Sterling Silver 14mm High Polish Blow
After you do all the prep work for the big day, it's finally time to see if people like and are willing to buy your jewelry. Remember, this is not the time to be passive, your jewelry will not sell itself. You are there to do the selling so communicate with your customers. Give them the background story about how you started making your jewelry, what inspires you and so on. You are not just selling the jewelry, you are also selling the person who made them. Also keep in mind that the presentation of your jewelry is of the utmost importance. Make sure you have enough lighting, display racks, a mirror, business cards, enough change, etc. Make a list of all the things you need to bring to the event so you don't end up forgetting something. Keep your booth uncluttered, use a neutral backdrop and display a variety of colors and styles to show your versatility. Packaging is also something that cannot be overlooked. It might seem insignificant, especially at a craft fair, but it will really set you apart from the other vendors and give your customers the impression that you are running a professional business. A lot of effort goes into selling at one of these events, but if you do it right you will be greatly rewarded.