How to Put Crafts on Display
It will give customers a good view of what you have to display, by looking at all your work in an easy glance. It's easier to scan the walls because everything is aligned with one's line of vision, and it can be inspected from a distance. You can include the price under each item so that you don't have to constantly repeat yourself with several customers.
Use things like shelves or a bookcase to arrange your work; even makeshift planks could work. Make sure the display area is spacious, so that crafts can be placed in an organized fashion.
Suspended lighting will look lovely as well, since this allows the customers to know what they look like in a well lit environment. Things like hand-painted t-shirts can be displayed similarly, where extras can be stored away for those who'd like different sizes or prints.
Crafts shouldn't be treated like ordinary merchandise because a lot of care goes into making them, especially when they're painstakingly made by hand. Be sure to try out organized ideas that will have you putting up a stall that is eye-catching and thoughtfully put together.