I needed something hatchback-sized for selling paintings at fairs. I also wanted something with a small footprint and a sturdy base to minimize the effects of accidental bumping.
This new booth uses a Black & Decker Workmate as a base and is made from one sheet of OSB sheathing, a bit of lumber for bracing and a few hinges. I finished it off with some conversation-starting signs (the green sign was rescued from an earlier booth). I’m testing it out this Sunday at the Junction Craft Brewery Christmas Craft Sale. If it works, I think I’ll write up an Instructables post about it.