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Old 11-08-2013, 04:33 PM   #1
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Default San Francisco Bay Area - selling personal collection of stamps

hello,

I'm looking to have a major garage sale with all my stamping supplies and want to be able to reach out to the crafters/stampers locally - wondering if anyone knows how best to do this. Since this isn't exactly a online BST, didn't make sense to post there.

Also are there ways of reaching out to scrap book groups as well for this?

Sorry if this is the wrong place to post. Couldn't find a good place that addressed locale.

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Old 11-08-2013, 05:09 PM   #2
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I would suggest you try Craigslist. People in my town, Oklahoma City, sell everything there.

I also see notices posted about craft fairs and craft shows.
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At my last garage sale, I advertised in Craigslist too. Told them the dates, times, place , price range, types of stamps (wood mount and clear) and had a great response.
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I agree, I had a little garage sale and advertised on Craigslist. With great success. Craigslist has an app that will plot all the garage sales with key words they are looking for (ie stamps, etc).

Also, I found if people are looking for specific things (ie Spellbinders dies), they will search other Craigslist cities close by and contact you to sell and mail them. I sold quite a bit that way (I had them pay by PayPal to be safe).
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