Monday, October 19, 2015

Thanks (and a sale question)


Happy Monday...I am in thank you card mode.  I had zero thank you cards in my stash...and I was in need of a lot of them...so this week is all about the thank you cards!  My first up is a quick one using some patterned paper in my stash. Inspired by Michele's super fun MUSE inspiration card.  Love those fun little type writers!

Feeling like it is time to purge my stamps and do a stamp sale....we'll see if I get my motivation up to do that! I'm curious - where do you have the best luck selling your stamps or do you keep them all?!  I get overwhelmed when I have too many.


17 comments:

  1. Love the cherry DP and the cluster of them in the corner, v pretty. :)

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  2. What a cute card, love the cherry theme!
    I'm constantly purging...I try to get my local friends to buy them otherwise, FB.

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  3. Cute cards. I actually donate stamps and surplus paper that I decide I won't use to the children's department at church. They are always in need of craft supplies.

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  4. I like how your little circles kind of look like typewriter keys! A great link! So glad you joined us at Muse this week, Lynn!

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  5. Hi Lynn!! I adore your little cherries!! and totally agree with Ardyth! Really wonderful interpretation - thanks for playing cards with me this week at Muse!
    =] Michele
    [oh! about the selling? I'm still in buying mode -so let me know when and where! =]

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  6. those cherries are just darling! I hear ya on the thank you cards…I can't keep up! I have found that selling PTI on their forum to be the best for those stamps. Locally, I've been able to sell other stamp sets at Crafting garage sales. We've had 2 this year and crafters here love my stamps because they are different from different companies. Hope that helps!

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  7. Super sweet card!
    As to your sale question, I have the best luck posting them on my blog. I also post them on the Papertrey Ink Forum.

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  8. Really pretty take on Michele's cadd. Love those cherries x

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  9. Adore this card, that patterned paper is so cute and the cherry embellie too! I have had good luck selling PTI on PTI forum, on my blog and a lot of luck selling stuff on FB in the Stress Free Craft Sale.

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  10. LOVE the cherries on the dp and the die cut one! CUTE card, Lynn! And I just recently purged and gave my stuff away to someone who can't afford to buy a lot of things. She was very grateful.

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  11. What a sweet card Lynn, the cherries are cute!!

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  12. A reak sweet card!
    And I don't sell my stamps; I keep on playing and by going through them I get so many ideas to use them...just not enough time to put all those ideas on paper or something else :)!
    Hugs, Gerrina

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  13. That cherry background is too fun! Great card :) I sell lots of mine when my LSS has Garage sales. Craig's List for some, FB for some, blog for some. Good luck!

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  14. So sweet! Love that coral and navy palette, Lynn! And wish I could help more on selling your stamps. Let us know what you find out. I have tons of Wplus9 images to get rid of, and they don't seem to be selling on my blog. So sad, as they really could use some love.

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  15. Wonderful thank you card, and this is a great design to highlight that pretty patterned paper. I am no use for selling stamps--every time I sell a set, I buy it back again--seller's remorse big time.

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  16. Hello Lynn,
    I am not a stamp keeper, but an patterned paper saver... So, I have more paperpads than stamps... If you are going to sale some of your stash, I will have a look. Maybe there are some I would like to purchase (-:
    Hopefully, the import duties are reasonable.

    Although you don't use patterned papers that often, the soft look of this card suits you!

    Have a great Friday!
    Judith

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  17. That cherry paper really works for the challenge, Lynn, and is cute besides. I'm with Michele. Depending on what you have, I may be interested.

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