Being my first show, I had a lot to do other than making product (which I spent a lot of time on). I ordered business cards, made tags for my merch, and made displays for my stuff (with Mark as the construction implementer). It all got done, and looked great for the show!
My table display was made almost entirely from stuff we had at home. Mark made display boards and a headband rack with wood from his shop and I covered them with fabric I already had. I bought three cheap necklace holders at thrift stores for $1-2 apiece to hang other headbands on. Everything else (fabric on the table, boxes, the actual tables, etc.) was stuff we had! Oh yeah, and I made the KareWares bunting which is a bit hard to read in the photo. I loved my booth. It looked unique and really stood out in the room!
I designed my business cards, printed through Vistaprint and they turned out great!
I made tags with photo paper I was never going to use (home printers can be such a pain), label tape my dad gave me, and a stamp with my logo, also from Vistaprint.
The show went... well, ok. The overall turnout was actually quite poor and there were other vendors who didn't sell anything. I reached my goal of making back what the table space cost, plus some, so I felt somewhat satisfied (although business could have been better). I think I could have done better in a more urban, well-advertised fair, but those do generally cost more to enter. And what's with craft shows having mostly non-craft vendors? Oh well, now I know and am prepared to enter another show when the time comes! Again, thanks to Mark for building my stuff and keeping me company during the long day, and to friends and family for stopping by to say hello or pick up a craft!