Top Tips for Selling at Art & Craft Shows Part I: Preparing a Show

Stine Wiemann, Freelance Graphic Designer & Photographer

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9 Videos (21m)
    • 00 intro

    • 01 research

    • 02 equipment

    • 03 stock up

    • 04 lists

    • 05 accomodation

    • 06 change

    • 07 test run

    • 08 conclusion


About This Class

Arts and Craft Shows have become a fundamental part of business for small labels, artists and craftsmen to gain customers, wholesale business partners and create income.
Being successful on these shows may make the crucial difference for your label and can get you on the next level of success and recognition.

In this first Class of three I will share more than 8 years of experience with you and walk you through the preparation of a show, including tips on how to find a show, which products to bring, how to pack them, what to consider writing your ToDo and ToPack lists and other crucial things you should not forget.

This Class is for Beginners who would like to get a quick overview of what to consider preparing a show - but even if you have experience with Craft Fairs there may be some tips, tricks and resources for you to explore.

Included in this Class are a pdf file with several links to Craft Fair information websites, an example of To Do and To Pack lists and a blank pdf form Template to develop your very own Lists.



9 of 9 students recommendSee All

Everything that you need to consider has been covered.
Laura Whittington

Knitwear Designer, Crafter, Textile artist

Great information, looking forward to the next two parts!
Lori Lynn Fell

It's all UP from here.

Very useful information and great tips. Cannot wait for more





Stine Wiemann

Freelance Graphic Designer & Photographer

Stine is a freelance graphic designer & photographer based in Germany. She graduated from the University of Marburg, Germany with a masters degree in Fine Arts, Literature & History - since then she worked on her doctoral thesis, founded her paper goods label "sonst noch was?" and worked as a freelancer.

She now lives with her small family near Cologne, Germany in a small village and loves searching for special moments in everyday life to capture with her camera.

Being originally from Northern Germany she misses the Sea anytime she hasn't visited it for longer than 2 months and has a soft spot for great Typography.

Stine's photos & paper goods are sold all over the world through her two etsy shops, several other online shops and brick and mortar stores. Besides that she loves meeting her customers "face to face" on art & craft shows and enjoys meeting other artists and dear colleagues there as well.

Check out all of Stine's Classes for more informations on how to be successful on these Shows and stay healthy and motivated.

You can also connect with Stine on Pinterest or Twitter to follow her projects and see what she's up to.