|Posted: 7/26/2013 11:01:58 AM|I recently purged my scrap room...and I hate to admit it but I have TONS of stuff I never used that I am now getting rid of. However, I am stuck and cannot figure out what to charge for this stuff. Maybe someone could help me...... I have ENTIRE lines of Basic Grey (paper pad, buttons, brads, stickers, chipboard, etc) and am at a loss as to what I would ask for an entire line. Does anyone have any idea as to what it would go for? I really appreciate any help I can get. Thank you.
|Posted: 7/26/2013 2:41:01 PM|
Can anyone shoot me a price??? A guess??? A ball park figure????
|Posted: 7/26/2013 2:57:56 PM|
I guess it depends on how old the line is... $15 shipped give or take a couple dollars if its older or newer. Maybe I'm cheap, but I wouldn't pay more than that. You'd almost be better to break it up and sell it separately.
|Posted: 7/26/2013 4:11:24 PM|
Careful with shipping. I mailed a Cosmo Cricket kit this morning and I was close to $9. Try to use flat rate boxes/ envelopes.
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|Posted: 7/26/2013 5:15:49 PM|
I have a scrapbook garage sale once or twice a year with a few friends. We try and price stuff as "what I would pay at a garage sale if I were buying it for". I think I did an entire line of the paper (paper pack and embelishments, buttons, brads and stamps) for like $15 for the whole thing. It is sickening to know what we paid for everything but, I figured if they had to pay what they would get it for with a coupon, they wouldn't buy it. So, most of our stuff, we priced at about 1/4 of the retail price. We have done AWESOME having and advertising a sale as a Scrapbook Garage sale. People were waiting in line to shop and checkout!! Good luck!