Flippin’ Friday-#88

Welcome back to Flippin’ Friday! A place to learn what people are buying….and selling!

Last week, we had some great flips involving a Cheer Care Bear, NWOT Nine West Vegas Signature Jacquard White Tote Bag Purse , NWOT Victorinox Swiss Army Knife Silver Nylon One Shoulder Backpack , NWOT Timbuk 2 Pink Ballistic Nylon Shopper Tote Bag Purse w/ Bonus Cosmetic ,  Giani Bernini Black Glove Leather Crossbody Purse, a batman mask, and a bolt of Scalamandre fabric.

AWESOME flips everyone!!!! Thank you for sharing all of those with us!

If you have a great flip you’d like to share, just write it in the comments section below! We love reading them! Just be sure to include your item, what you paid, and what it sold for in the end.

Looking for more great flips? Check out some more great Flippin’ Fridays here and all the great things to look for under “The List” at the top.  And I always keep my list too at the top under “Flips”!

Have a great weekend and happy hunting!

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5 Responses to Flippin’ Friday-#88

  1. Deeda In Seattle says:

    I don’t understand the first comment about helpful info from ‘Coach online shopping’…

    Sales picked up a bit, nowhere near where I’d like to be, though! Sold more NWOT backbacks: Victorinox Swiss Army Sling Backpack $33.29 (paid 3) and Eddie Bauer Small Travel Backpack/Purse $17.09 (paid 3), Roots Canada Collectible Reusable Messenger/Shopping Bag $11.69 (paid 1), and my favorite to ship for free: Plush! Both in NWT Mint Condition: 15″ Love a Lot Care Bear $33.29(paid 3), and Madame Alexander 14″ Charlie Brown Soft Plush Doll $27 (paid .99). All with free shipping–larger bags cost some to ship!

  2. admin says:

    That’s the ever present spam that clogs my blog on a daily basis….fortunately very few make it through. *sigh* Thanks for your flips!!! 🙂

  3. Lynne says:

    I have sold a lot of random things that I have picked up at yard sales for 25 cents to a $1.00. No huge flips – vintage Tuppertoys Tupperware stencil art (these always sell) – sold for $9.95; vintage 1925 Yearbook – sold for $9.95; a DMC Stitchers Guide showing samples of embroidery thread – sold for $9.95 and I have sold several Jane Zimmerman embroidery pattern books – spiral bound from 9.95 to $35.00. After reading this blog I always look at spiral bound books – a lot of them do very well. I also sold ten Inspirations embroidery magazines that I purchased for 25 cents a piece from $7.00 to $10.00 an issue. Love selling crafty things.

  4. gretchen stroh says:

    I love this blog. Went yard sailing yesterday and got lots of stuff to sell that I’ve learned about from this blog! I bought a cute 1950s ladylike purse for 2.00 and sold it within a week for 20.00. Not huge, but reliable. I now try to sell most of my stuff for over 20.00. (actually I prefer alot more than that but I’m not there yet! LOL)

  5. Marci says:

    My best find this week was at a garage sale that had a table LOADED with jewelry. You got to fill a small ziploc bag for 2.00. I only got one (I know, stupid of me, I should have bought more) but in that one bag I got a Burberry keychain (already sold for $25.00) a Tag Huer womens watch, a Rolls Royce brass belt buckle (listed for $30.00) and tons of vintage jewelry I haven’t listed yet. Love sales like that. I also sold a lampchop plush for $10, a Far side mug for $10.00 and a Stampin Up stamp set that I got for .50 and sold for $18.

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