We were setup in a way that we each had a table dedicated to our own work, but it all came together with our items blended in the middle. Here's what my half looked like, all bright and shiny in the morning sun.
My prints are packaged with backing boards and protective sleeves in a wooden crate with framed examples to show the available images. Behind the bottom row of frames, I've stashed another crate of prints for restocking.
Other recent additions to my setup include post earrings and handmade craft supplies, which I hung from S hooks onto ribbon stapled to cardstock with painted vintage frames. These serve as a vertical display, while glass dishes in front contain additional stock.
Somer's half of the booth looked really nice and cozy with all her hand-knitted goodies.
I had so much fun doing this show with Somer, and I'm excited to say we'll be at it again very soon. We got accepted to do another split booth at Alliday on December 17th. If you're in the area, stop by to say hello to your local hand-holdin' crafty chicks!