August 20, 2011

Kim Kardashian forgot to invite me to her wedding...so I went to yard sales instead.

Today is reality star Kim Kardashian's wedding, and I actually think my invite got lost in the mail.  That happens sometimes.  She's a super busy gal, and I didn't want to bug her about it. 

I'd already found her a cute gift at a yard sale (brand new in box).  It was a Cookie Cop.  You know, those cookie jars that scream "Step away from the cookies" when you try to open them. 

Oh well.  Not having to attend the wedding meant more time for yard sales!

Last month was busy, and I didn't get to film any yard sale roundups. But a few people have been bugging me about making another one, so  I did!  Lots of eBay selling tips and tricks!


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7 comments:

  1. Miriam, as a regular reader, I "liked" your Facebook page. As a fellow eBayer, here is my Facebook page link: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Fruzies-Collectibles/219941554690674

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  2. Awesome! I'm gonna like it right now...:)

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  3. Miriam, Kathy Van Zeeland used to design for some big-name designers, but now she has launched her own line and sells on QVC. Her QVC bags are generally fake leather, so you might want to check the materials tag to see if it's real leather or not.

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  4. Actually, the one I got was fabric. But thanks for the tip!

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  5. Awesome video! I have to argue one point though. I sell mostly jeans, mens, womens and plus sizes. They fit very nicely in a flat rate padded envelope and can save the customer up to $5.50 in shipping costs if going cross country. Love your blog!

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  6. Thanks for the comment! Where do you get flat rate padded envelopes? I only know about the stiffer flat rate envelope that the USPS provides on the website.

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  7. I just looked and I see the flat rate padded on the USPS website. Wow! Can't wait to try it! I'm starting to sell more and more jeans. I didn't think that size envelope would work! -Miriam

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