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Holiday Markets 101

posted 10/17/19 10:47:10

How to Successfully Sell Your Art at Holiday Markets 
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The truth is, not everyone can afford to buy large pieces of art or craft for their loved ones, so it's critical to your success this season to offer a variety of price points.

image via Nathan Lemon

1. Display both expensive and inexpensive work

Arrange smaller, more inexpensive items alongside your larger, more expensive pieces. These might include prints, greeting card sets, and smaller scale sculptures or wall hangings.

When I set up a stall, I like to choose 3-5 of my larger, more impressive pieces to attract people to the stall, and stock the rest with smaller items. Direct people interested in your larger pieces to a photograph book or your website.

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