I could have sold this table over and over and over. Seriously. Like 5 more tables and benches. It is a great size for a small spot. I also made another bar, you can see it tucked in behind the table. I didn't get any decent pictures of the back, but it has a wine rack, wine glass holders, bottle opener, and liquor shelves like THIS ONE.
The Montana bear was popular and I sold every sign I had except one coffee sign.
These larger sized cut out bears were also a hit. They are some work--collect the wood, glue it to plywood, nail it with the nail gun, cut out with jigsaw, sand, clear coat. These are about 30" x 20" in size.
This started out as a table top, but I didn't make the apron big enough to support the legs properly so it became a basketball hoop. I sold it at the end of the show, for a bit of a discount, but not too much because I would put it up in my house. It is heavy but French cleats make hanging it easy!
I decoupaged to fence boards a large Library of Congress photo of a Billings (where the show was) parade at the turn of the century. I also had some cutout fish, I only had one leftover.
And out of two large, full truckloads, this is what I had left to pack up and take to my antique booth. 5 minutes of loading up and I was done! Another show in the books and time to clean the workshop!