DIY: Craft Fair Table Display
This summer I decided to make a table display that had shelves for my craft items to sit on, and that could fit inside the largest luggage allowed by airlines without penalty. My other requirements were that they would make use of height, since I could be selling from a 4' table space, be clamped to the table to withstand wind, and to be made from materials I already had around the house. I have gone through so many different displays and selling so many different kinds of crafts, that I didn't want to spend any more money on my next wacky idea. And since we have been over twenty years in our house, there were a lot of odds and ends that I could use; much of the wood came from a torn down tree-house or remnants from fixing up the old garage. For this job I needed a table saw, a miter saw, a sander, a drill press, and cordless drills; I had plenty of screws and nails from previous projects, and all of these things I had bought previously. I don't come from a handy family, and often I don't know the names of things I need or use. Thanks to YouTube and HGTV, I plunge ahead into my very amateur woodworking adventures.