Yes, there’s foot traffic that goes by, people look but not enough craft show customers are buying! Now is the time to think outside of the box! A light bulb should go off in your head for you to realize that the people going by are of all ages. Young and old. That means everyone passing your booth is a potential customer. And that also means there should be something on display on your tables that scream : buy me! Picture a variety of small toys, fancy pencils, key chains, wind chimes, and more. Of course you wouldn’t have the time to actually make all these little gift items yourself, but you can offer a variety of fun things for sale in which you can make a sweet little profit. It’s sweet because you did not have to make any of these trinkets you now have for sale at your booth. The investment is small and all it takes is browsing through some fun categories of merchandise, ordering the product and pocketing the profits. The great concept about this way of selling is this; customers with children in tow/ or not, will more likely then not make a purchase. This will make your customer take note of all your other things you have to offer. He or she may continue to comb your items and buy more! Even they do not buy any more then one item, you still make out by selling that one trinket and making a sale! Be sure to take that opportunity of depositing a slip or business in the bag that states your website or the location of your next craft show. If you make customized items you can enclose your email address for your customer to contact you. Have fun with your show and have a variety of products for everyone to buy. Check out this source for buying items and reselling for a profit.