Craft Show Table Covers – Samples And Ideas

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During craft shows, displays are important and how your table is set up can have a big impact on your sales. Cool and awesome products can lose their appeal if they’re surrounded by a poorly-designed table cover, so think about setting up a table that makes people look and keeps them browsing.

Table covers are easy to make and make your craft show booth display look amazing. So check these cool craft show table cover examples to make your products look more amazing:

oh hello friend


A simple but lovely hand painted craft show table cloth display from Oh, Hello Friend



Hand drawn tables directly on white table cloths by Rosanna

thompson family


Hawaiian-themed craft show table cover by the Thompson Family

april shurtleff


Elegant white & burlap craft show table cover by April Shurtleff perfect for your jewelry display table



Ruffle burlap tablecloth from Etsy for my tables at my craft shows, vendor events & to display my items for my Boutique



Pink chiffon table cover found on – great for girly products


Vintage country cream burlap table runner inspired by Makenzie Baker 


Craft show table covering by – with pockets in the back. This would solve your issues with where to put stuff that you don’t want on top of the table


Craft show table cover Popko Shop – This craft booth used interesting colored fabric that ties in very well with the shop banner

Craft Show Table Cover Tips:

Pick a theme that represents your brand. For example, if you sell handmade baby stuff, you could use pink chiffon or candy printed covers to display your items. Also, it’s great to have functional props such as cool business card holders.

When choosing your craft show table cover, choose colors that make your products shine. You don’t want to your items to be washed out by a color that’s too bold, or overwhelmed by busy patterns. Also, keep your theme and brand in mind when choosing colors. Think about the mood you want to create when people visit your booth. Think about the moods created by different colors.

Don’t be too plain. You have only a few seconds to catch those shoppers as they walk by. Don’t let your cool and interesting items get passed right by for that super fun looking table next to yours.

So what’s your favorite?

Gary Capps
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