I recently received a message from another booth owner asking for help. She had just opened a booth, but over the last year only made a profit one time. She was extremely frustrated and wanted tips on how to make more profit in her business. I wrote her back and gave her a bunch of advice and then realized that maybe someone else could benefit from this information.
Owning an antique or craft booth is a lot of work, but especially during the holiday season. I have had a booth at Plaza Antiques & Collectibles Mall in Lincoln Park, Michigan since 2015.
My first booth was an 8' x 10' and now I have over 1300 square feet in the antique mall. I have learned a lot of tips and tricks for setting up to help make things go as smoothly and as stress-free as possible.
In my latest video on my YouTube channel I share with you what I have learned.
Owning a small business is a lot like riding a rollercoaster, full of up and downs. One minute you are rocking in and on top of the world and the nest minute you wonder if you will ever make your booth rent.
Spent a bunch of time in my booth transforming my space into a junk garden. So many new items have been added including a vintage bird bath, porch glider, tons of salvage and so much more. Even though the weather is still yucky come indoors and stroll my junk garden. Booth 134 at Plaza Antiques & Collectibles Mall, 2621 Dix Highway, Lincoln Park, MI