Basically I had a big box that was about 18x22 and 3 inches deep. I lined it with white paper. I had some flood lights that I used on my tent display at night an attached it to the box.
I took a couple of pictures. They came out better than some of my other pictures, but I didn't like the yellowish tint. I googled how to improve the pictures. The sight I went to said that you need to adjust the white balance on the camera. I tried to figure it out, but these digital cameras are hard to figure out where anything is. So I ended up just using a clothes pin to pin a piece over white paper over the light so it would filter out the yellow light.
The pictures are much better than they were. The best ones are the ones I took in natural light when I'm at the actual craft show. I guess I'm just going to have to take my box outside. But this set up will work when it is raining or when the sun goes down. Check out some of the photos I took when I was playing around with this new Photo Box thina-a-ma-bopper.