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Old 04-22-2009, 08:31
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Do you put the price on each item or a sign above the display with the price? I'm trying to decide how to do it. I thought putting the sign on the display saying what the item was and the price might be neater looking than writing the price on each bow card.
I am so working my poor little fingers off trying to make more stock. I got so far behind when I started having problems with my right wrist/hand. I lost much precious bow making time and now I'm trying to play catch up.
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Old 04-22-2009, 09:52
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Oops, shows that i'm new using the forums. =) I have been enjoying reading all the wonderful ideas from everyone and thank you! Anyways! The way the bows are set up are in strips of ribbon and I have the prices printed on cardstock so everyone can see and much easier for me than putting all the prices on each bow/bowcard. I just print them out big enough and cut into post card size. Also, if you have a lot of inventory, when someone asks how much the bows are, you guys can both easily see. I always forget how much my bows are since my prices change if I have to collect tax the day of the show. Hope this helped!
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At craft shows I have signs displaying how much they are so that it is eaily noticeable and customers don't have to ask. That was something I read on how to set up craft shows...it was a pointer I got from some article. And it saves writing on each one!
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thanks...seems easier as well..I'll be making some signs up.
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i made up cute 4x6 pictures. basically a border and I wrote a few prices on it, printed it up and put it in a 4x6 frame. I go 5 frames from the dollar store. I write only the prices of what I have in front of it, so print is bigger. yes it does take up some table room, but it looks alot neater.
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