The image shows a doll craft fair booth with a Madame Alexander doll seated in a seemingly hand-made wicker chair in a doll-sized diorama with a tiny train, a Christmas tree, and a fireplace framed by Christmas stockings. The overlay says, "Craft Fair Booth." The URL associated with this image is ChellyWood.com and this image is the header for a YouTube video in which doll clothing designer Chelly Wood shares with you a few tips and tricks to help you build a successful and inventive craft fair booth for selling handmade items like doll clothes and miniatures.

Craft Fair Preparations Part 4: How to Build a #CraftShow Booth with #Dolls and #Dioramas

PART 4: How to Build a Craft Show Booth  Last weekend I participated in a craft fair, and throughout this week, I’ve been posting tips for anyone else who would like to do a craft show, doll-and-bear show, or even a booth at a swap meet where you could sell your handmade things. My friend Dodi was my booth partner. She’s the owner of Dodi’s … Continue reading Craft Fair Preparations Part 4: How to Build a #CraftShow Booth with #Dolls and #Dioramas

The image is a YouTube tutorial's header, showing an example of a bubble-letter sign that Chelly Wood made for a craft fair. The tutorial is called "Basic Bubble Letters" or "How to Make a Craft Fair Sign." In this tutorial, Chelly describes the steps she took to make the bubble letter sign shown in the tutorial's header image, which states "free doll clothes patterns" in bubble lettering, and it also offers an arrow in bubble-letter-format.

Craft Fair Preparations Part 3: How to Make a Craft Fair Sign Using Bubble Letters #CraftShow #CraftFair #Crafts

Part 3: How to Make a Bubble-Letter Sign Today’s how-to video shows you how to make bubble-letter signs the easy way. The morning of the first day of our craft fair, I woke up late. Believe it or not, I got these bubble-letter signs done in less than 30 minutes. The steps are carefully demonstrated for you in the video, but here are the written … Continue reading Craft Fair Preparations Part 3: How to Make a Craft Fair Sign Using Bubble Letters #CraftShow #CraftFair #Crafts

The image shows the real Chelly Wood, holding a Strawberry Shortcake doll that she has cleaned and re-done after finding it in terrible condition at her local second hand store. She stands before her booth at a craft fair in Idaho where she advertised her website, ChellyWood.com (a free doll clothes sewing pattern website).

Craft Fair Preparations Part 2: Craft Show Checklist — what to bring to sell your #handmade #dollcrafts at a #craftshow

PART 2: What’s on my Craft Fair / Craft Show Checklist? First, I need to make a disclaimer. I started typing this blog post the week before the craft fair, but after the fair was over, I did add a few things to the list. I’ve done lots of craft fairs / art shows, and it doesn’t matter how many I’ve done… I always forget … Continue reading Craft Fair Preparations Part 2: Craft Show Checklist — what to bring to sell your #handmade #dollcrafts at a #craftshow

The image shows a sign giving directions with arrows pointing in the direction of an arts and crafts fair.

Craft Fair Preparations Part 1: How to get a booth at a Craft Show #CraftFair #CraftShow #ArtShow

My followers probably aren’t aware of it, but I try to create my blog posts 1 to 2 weeks before they post. They automatically self-post at a pre-appointed time, by way of WordPress’s electronic “magic!” Like everyone else in the Blogosphere, I’ve fallen short of the mark from time to time. Occasionally my daily job as a school librarian takes me away from the fun … Continue reading Craft Fair Preparations Part 1: How to get a booth at a Craft Show #CraftFair #CraftShow #ArtShow

#Etsy Business Advice From Julie Helmer of #Sew Dolled Up on ChellyWood.com #Kidstuff

Julie Helmer, one of my Facebook friends from a doll clothes group I belong to online, has her own Etsy doll clothes line. Her store is called, “Sew Dolled Up 81.” Here are the questions I asked her in our recent interview. Her responses include some great advice for anyone who is thinking about starting a business selling doll clothing.     Q: In addition … Continue reading #Etsy Business Advice From Julie Helmer of #Sew Dolled Up on ChellyWood.com #Kidstuff