Wednesday, 17 August 2011

Cleaning Out

So last night, I couldn't sleep first of all thanks to me way over spending in the bnr!  Felt a bit guilty for buying as much as I did and selling as little as I did...but there's always next week's bnr for me to catch up on those sales!

Then, to take my mind off of that, I got to thinking that I need to go through my things, clean out supplies and things we don't need and maybe make a few extra $$ to buy the baby things we'll be needing in about 3 months or so!





So, any ideas of where to list things that I could sell?  Supplies I guess I could put in my other etsy shop but any other ideas?  Things like crocheted photography props, scrapbooking embellishments, movies, dvd's, kitchen supplies, etc?

OH YEAH...one more thing!
I'd love a few more sales on etsy in my photography shop!  I've been clearing out a lot of bookmarks :) but would love to clear out more aceo's, greeting cards, and prints.  Don't forget to check out my In Stock Selection section that has been reduced by 30% and with FRENZY10 you'll get an extra 10% off today!

22 comments:

ZudaGay said...

The only place I can think of is ebay??? Or have a yard sale. Good luck on your "Cleaning Out"! I need to do that too...

magdamagda said...

wow such an interesting range! good luck!

nangatesdesigns said...

I've had great luck with the few yard sales that we've had but they're a lot of work to get ready for. Have also sold some items on Ebay. Good luck!

Bella the Bead said...

I've had great success at local antique shows and flea markets...you meet some really interesting people there!!

Peace 2 U Designs By Syds said...

Try Bonanzle,I have has a lot of frined use that site for all sorts of things and have success.I am going to start myself.

just B you said...

Maybe you could get ride of some stuff on eBay or Craigslist. Or have a yard sale or something? Isn't it amazing how much stuff you find when you're cleaning out? =)
~Kim

Emily, Cherished Heart Shoppe said...

I'm in the middle of cleaning out too! My community is having a yard sale next month, so I'm hoping to sell the items I can't sell on etsy then. Good luck!

<3,
Emily at Cherished Heart Shoppe

Linda B said...

Maybe Craigslist or Facebook Marketplace?

delightfulprints said...

Good luck

Angels and Everlastings said...

I need to clean out too. What to do with the stuff I have no idea.

BijiBijoux said...

Craigslist maybe or yard sale before winter comes faster than we think

Lori Bergmann said...

I hear you on the need to declutter my own home and studio too! Good luck with yours! *Ü*

cigarboxbeads said...

boy- i'm right there with you and the getting rid of things! i've done ebay, have a booth in an antique store- and of course my etsy stores---my daughter's boyfriend has had luck with craigslist-
i've gotten rid of a lot on our local freecycle, but, of course- that's really not a $maker- but at least someone gets to use it.
lots-o-luck! ;>)

marilyn g

Prodigy Crafts said...

good luck!

krafterskorner said...

I would say Ebay or Craigslist too. Craigslist is free. We have been pretty successful with it.

Sewinggranny - Mona said...

My vote would be yard sale or if you have a local used site...we have usedpei and it is a great place to sell or buy used items!

Melina and Denise said...

I so have to do that too, clearing out. Good luck!

- Melina

petite hermine said...

Good job! I can only think of ebay or craigslist as well. Yard sales are fun though. I need to clean out my stuff as well.

ElfRenee said...

Good luck selling!!

Jessica of Verve! said...

ebay or craigslist would be your best bets - goodwill for a tax deduct could work in your favor too :)

myeuropeantouch said...

lovely blog, you prolly could sell on ebay....
Monika

Becky K. said...

I haven't done a BNR yet but it sounds like you enjoy them?

Have fun with the cleaning out process. It always feels better when it is done...not so much during the process.