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Old 06-09-2007, 12:54 PM   #1  
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I am getting ready for a craft yard sale and I keep coming up with things that I am not sure I should sell and my DH is no help.
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cheeta 2 adhesive runner. I have a small xyron, I think it is 6 x 6 so do I still need the cheeta?

Also, I have some SU sets and I want to keep 1 or 2 stamps out of the set and sell the rest. I am sure some of you may want to shoot me for saying that *dodges flying bullets* but with the remaining stamps, should I sell them as individual stamps or as a set - only minus a few?
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Old 06-09-2007, 01:23 PM   #2  
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for the selling stamps thing, I'd sell the remaining sets and see what happens. I sold 1/2 a stamp set on Ebay - that I wasn't using. I kept the "shapes", but sold the words (didn't like them). They sold just fine. -I had a picture of only what was included and was detailed that it wasn't a complete set - so that the buyer knew what they were actually getting.
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Old 06-09-2007, 01:27 PM   #3  
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Thanks for the input, Jasa.

Just came across Creating keepsakes - the heritage, vintage and retro collection cd of clip art and fonts, etc. I never did figure out how to use it.
I wonder if I download it onto the computer then can I sell it? Or if I get he silhouette or wishblade would I need the cd to use it?
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I never would have gotten the Cheetah to begin with, so my advice would be to sell it without qualms. If you use it so rarely that you thought about putting it in the sale to begin with, I don't think you'd miss it. If you kept it, it would be yet another tool that is rarely/never used and getting in the way of you attaining an organised space full of things you love to use.

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...but with the remaining stamps, should I sell them as individual stamps or as a set - only minus a few?
Myself, I would either price them individually and put a note up to get folks to ask you about buying them as a set, or price them as sets and put a note asking them to see you about buying them individually. That's what my approach would be.

Good luck on your sale! I wish you were in College Station so I could go!
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Veithin Prismacolor. This pack of 12 came free with my purchase of a larger set. I guess I will check to see if maybe the colors are different. Not sure what the difference is though, maybe a thinner version.
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Good girl..sell whatever you don't need and use any more so you can buy stuff that you really want! I sold some sets to those that only wanted certain parts of a stamp set and it was only because I had an extra set! Good luck with your sale!
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I've purchased single stamps at Gsales in the past which I considered to be a treasure! I vote sell what you don't want - as long as the customer can see what their getting - I'm sure you will make someone a happy stamper!! As for the other item mentioned, sounds like you won't miss it.
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Do you think people would buy a tiny ziplock of pearl ex?
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You never know the things that people buy,I find you get more for your money on ebay most of the time I would price your stuff and poss say firm then budge a bit if needed or just do the ebay thing, it dosent do anything but take up space if you don't use it. Then you can get more stuff.
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I love my 2 inch cheeta, got rid of my 4 inch one! I have a xyron 150, 250 and 510. I feel I use them all (except the 4 inch cheeta). I use my 2 inch to do my layers on cards and large pics and paper scrappin, I use my 150 for little bitty die cuts, the 250 for larger die cuts especially my sizzix and xpcs, and my 510 for laminating and magnets.
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