Monday, November 05, 2007

Ebay Craziness!!

I have been an Ebay maniac this weekend. I have posted over 20 listings with over 100 items of the kids old outgrown clothes. The scary part is I still have a ton more to list.


I had no idea how much I had collected this time. As the kids outgrow clothes I put them in bins & then every so often I take them out wash them, photograph them, & list them on Ebay. It has actually been a pretty sweet deal. I make a little extra cash & the clothes get sent to a new home to be enjoyed. I love the idea of them moving out of my house & geting reused. This time though I let it go a bit too long & the task has been overwhelming.


This time Rachel has been helping. She has been my organizer & photographer. It has been fun to have an Ebay buddy. In exchange for her services she is making 20% of all the profits.

She took this photo of the great room as the staging area for the Ebay sales...scary huh?!?!


If you need any clothes for your kids...check out our listings...& check back all this week as I am sure we will be listing more.

Our Ebay Listings

Well back to sorting through clothes!!

8 comments:

Carla said...

Laura, just wondering about GAP sizes. I have a 11-yod that is in a size 10. She's very petite. Do you think a GAP size 10 would fit her?

MsGrace said...

I gap size 10 would probably be a bit large. I find Gap sizes run large.

Nicole said...

I need to do this too but have been procrastinating. Nothing like a extra bit of spending $

croppin carla said...

WOW thats alot of clothes......can I just say wow again.
Hey I have stuff to put on ebay too, I should do that while Im thinking about it and get my pay pal account stocked full of $$$ for the holidays.

Cheryl Wray said...

I have never done Ebay--bought or old--but would love to try it sometime. A good way to make a few extra bucks! It just seems so overwhelming to get started!!

Good luck with your sales!!

Pauline said...

WOW that does seem like a PROJECT!

Pauline said...

WOW that does seem like a PROJECT!

Pauline said...

WOW that does seem like a PROJECT!