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Pressnews.biz (Press Release) Feb 28, 2015
-- Do you want to participate in craft shows and be certain that you will sell most of your items? To sell successfully at a craft show, you need to manufacture original, unique or personalised items. In general, the category in which the items can be included does not matter too much, as long as the items are original, unique or personalised.
Original are products that represent a novelty, not a copy. Such products can be decorative, useful or both. An original item can be an improvement of an already existing product; as such, a knitted sweater is definitely not original, but a knitted sweater that also presents polymer clay flowers will, most certainly, be a head turner.
Unique items differ from original products in that they are unique, meaning that you cannot find another product exactly like the one that is considered "unique". Such products can be similar to others, but their size, colour, embellishments may differ. Just like the original products mentioned earlier and the personalised ones, unique items are fairly expensive.
Personalised products are those that feature personal details of customers, such as their name, zodiac sign, profession, social status or others. In general, the personalisation of a product lasts for several days. Obviously, at a craft show, you do not have several days to personalise your merchandise for your customers. This means that you have to go to craft fairs with some items already personalised.
Artisans who are creative are able to create original, unique, and also personalized items for their participation in craft fairs. They need to focus on doing what they love and on creating items that their customers would love, too. If they like to manufacture wooden toys, they need to create toys that would be highly valued by children, if they understand the meaning of some special wedding favours, they have to produce items that would make wedding guests remember a wedding for a very long time, and so on.
Items that sell fast at craft shows are, thus, created by artisans who love what they do and who take their end customers into consideration. This is what you should bear in mind when booking your stall at a craft show. Gifts, Christmas and Easter items, products designed for the home or garden, clothing, prints, toys, jewellery, all can do well at a craft show, as long as they comply with the requirements presented in this article.
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