When I first started a booth, Jacque, one of the most successful vendors at the store passed on all sorts of advice to me. I remember her saying that the smalls were the bread and butter. They paid the rent. They gave you a profit. The big pieces were icing on the cake, but you may have to wait a little for some of those to sell.
Over time I learned that she was right, but there's such an art to finding the balance. Too many smalls can keep the big pieces from selling. Not enough smalls and you won't make enough money to make it worthwhile. The biggest trick with smalls, of course, is finding great smalls that sell and look great. While those smalls are in your booth, they should look great.
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Now here's where you come in. Think about what sells well for you (or for others in your mall) and leave a comment. You can leave the comment here or on the similar post I have on the Vintage Showoff Facebook page.
Next week, I'll put the info together and write a post with the best advice about smalls!