It has been a while since I showed some pictures of what has sold in my booth. I like going back and visually look at what has sold instead of just looking at the spreadsheets. It also serves as a reminder of what types of things I should focus on. Hopefully it might give you some pointers too.
As predicted in a previous post, this kitschy tray sold right away.
Mad Men glasses don't stay around very long when placed in front of my Mad Maine sign.
Somebody's kitchen is a little more cheerful.
My beloved Coleman cooler finally sold. A little sad to see it missing in action.
Vintage kitchen stuff sells. But I am getting tired of looking at that fondue pot.
Sad puppy and Florida souvenir plate are gone. One salt glaze beer stein sold, and I found the other one broken. Oh well, I chalk it up to a two-for-one sale.
I always sell a few mugs every month. Here are a couple that sold recently.
A couple of Christmas tins.
Owls are still hot. A pair of salt and pepper shakers and a necklace.
Remember how I complained about these stylish pieces being left behind? Well, now they are styling up somebody's home.
Another set of Mad Men glasses (which sold as soon as I placed them in front of my Mad Maine sign).
A couple of pans, a planter and a table (which I did not intend to sell, just use as a display piece. I got a phone call, and decided a sale was better than a generic display piece).
Hopefully hanging in a little boy's room.
So, how do you keep track of what sells in your booth? Do you keep a log, pictures or use the sales report?