This is my favorite time of the year to do Artisan Shows. You have these two wonderful Festive holidays to decorate your booth with.
Since Ours is the first booth you see when you enter, I always make a point of having a "Greeter"
displayed at the entrance.
The back seamed dark to me, so I finally found this great chandelier to light up the booth. I put the sheers as the back drop close by so the light would bounce off of them.
Greeter is my French Country reds, blues and yellows.
On this table I featured all of my vintage wares in the pinks and blues along with the greens and purples. So I combined them with the bags I made in complementing colors
and made this my "Cottage" Vignette.
Not all vignettes need to be isolated from one another. When setting up your
shop in a limited amount of space, you need to make every inch count.
Most of my product and display have very little black. So when I do have it, I need to make sure as I am collecting or producing product that they still collaborate with my initial look. So I create a vignette of my black accented products.
The Glitterfest Show is one that you only get 2 to 3 hours of set up time before the show starts. So I do up a mock up booth at my house, I then take pictures and make notes of each vignette. I loved how easy it makes the process that I do before every show. That way I know what props are needed and it prevents over packing.