Flippin’ Friday-#101

Welcome back to Flippin’ Friday! Hope your week has been filled with good finds…and good flips!

Well…we got a TON of flip stories last week! WOWZERS!!! Keep these in your mental list when you shop. They included Vintage Bleu Hawaii Eau de Toilette EDT Perfume,Vintage Emeraude Coty Parfum de Toilette Perfume Crown Bottle, Discontinued Bath & Body Works Butterfly Flower Body Mist, Vintage Ralph Lauren CHAPS After Shave, a pair of Orvis waders, a WAECHTERSBACH Red Plate, a dyson power head, large (20″) Unicorn & Pegasus Plushes, A matching pair of Disney Mickey Mouse Ears B&W Coffee Cup Mugs, an Eddie Bauer Black Satin Quilted Large Hobo Shoulder Bag, a 1154 Lill Studio Custom Messenger Bag, a Vintage Etienne Aigner Black Leather Purse, NWOT Timbuk2 Rare Yoga Messenger Bag, New in package Tamagotchi virtual pet version, the book Shogun, a throw blanket featuring Oregon lighthouses, the Little Einsteins Pat Pat Rocket, an Elmo toddler costume, some Matisse womens cowboy boots, an envelope with prints of 12 photos of Washington Redskins players from the 50′s, a Miche classic bag with five shells, a 1970s children’s sewing pattern, a HIST 1301 text, Set of Carlton Sheets DVDs,12 unused, still sealed blank tape cassettes, a still sealed vintage computer game called “The Bards Tale”, a carding machine for wool, intage brooch’s from possible the 1940′s to the 50′s, a 24 kt. gold piece along with some sterling, a 1980s light-up globe, a set of 18 sealed blank audio cassette tapes, a Little Einsteins Transformer, two sets of vintage McDonaldland twin sheets, a Sears & Roebuck Atomic Star clock, a Radio Flyer wagon, a Winnie the Pooh Christmas denim dress, a set of Windmere hot rollers, a Darth Vader voice changer helmet/mask, a Coachella music festival shirt, a pair of World Industry snowboard pants, and an Arthur Armour hammered aluminum tray.

WHEW! Now THAT’S a list!!! Thank you so much again to all the people who contributed stories. I have learned so much from you and I know others have too! Thank you, thank you!

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-#101

  1. Leah says:

    Found four vintage Syracuse China Coffee Mugs in Lake Placid pattern (pine cones & boughs) for $3 – flipped for $59.99 BIN.

  2. Beth says:

    Yesterday I paid $46 for a huge bag of goodies at an estate sale. Included in the bags was two bags of wooden sewing spools. Just sold the spools for $39.95 BIN. I love it when I can sell one or two items from a big estate sale score and make nearly the total I paid for everything with one item! Cheers! Beth

  3. laura says:

    I had 5 rolls of unused film black and white that I finally listed–they were gravy after selling the rest of the bags for over 125 bucks this summer–made another 15 bucks not shabby for a bag of film I paid 20 dollars for…..

  4. Lynne says:

    Sold a ladies American Eagle leather belt with a heart buckle for $39.00. Bought at a garage sale for 25 cents. Also sold an Alabama National championship hat for 2012 as a buy it now for $75.00. It was a freebie that was given to my daughter at work and has been in her trunk to give to her dad. He didn’t like the style of it so looked it up and said we have to list it. Needless to say my daughter liked that!

  5. Marci says:

    Sold another costume. This time a plush kangaroo kids costume. (Paid 2.00 sold for 39.99). Also, over the summer bought a huge bag of baby and toddler clothes. I don’t normally sell kids clothes but she was selling it cheap (20.00 for all) and it was name brands so I took a chance. So far have made $85.00 on summer clothes and boys winter clothes. Still have the girls winter clothes to sell. Sometimes it pays off to take a chance!

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