I thought I had seen some posts on here before, but I couldn't find them, so forgive me. I have seen the hang tag approach, and thought that was cute, but ....
When a person has a lot of different items, some functional and some non-functional - what do you feel is the most aesthetically pleasing way to put prices on your work so they do not distract from your work or your booth?
Forgive me again but:
Hang tags: I hate hang tags: to me, they look sloppy; they fly all over in the wind; they litter your booth floor when they fall off; people always have to turn them over to read them. Overall, I just think they make my booth look more like a thrift type booth than more upscale.
Round Sticky Dots:
These do have some advantages over hang tags; they don't fly around; however I still find they fall off and litter the floor of the booth; they don't stay on, so if things don't sell, I always have to reprice everything once they get unpacked again for the next show. They do look slightly better to me than hang tags, but one other disadvantage is they are small; not everyone can read them.
Tent Cards: I tried these, but where I have so many items that vary in price and usage, it was almost like every item has to have it's own tent card; then they don't stay put either
So: What is your favorite method of marking your prices on your items so they still appear clean, professional, and pleasing - yet people don't have to search for the prices, can read the tags, and they stay where they are intended?
Would love to hear what works for you and why.