Announcement Have fun shopping and keep checking back as more items are added.
Have fun shopping and keep checking back as more items are added.
- All 83
- Barbies, Dolls and Toys 5
- Books 1
- Buttons Supplies Fibers 8
- Sewing Patterns 4
- Charms 10
- Clothing and Accessories 10
- Jewelry, Boxes and Banks 3
- Collectibles & Xmas 9
- Photographs 11
- Postcards Paper Products 4
- Kitchen Barware Serving 2
- Girl Scout Memorabilia 3
- Men Men and Men 13
Etsy Selling for Fun and Profit
My antiquing and reselling began in 2003. I worked and sold items from my aunt and uncle's estate in a waterfront tourist town in Poulsbo, Washington. It was a good way to learn the business, what people were looking for, what sells and doesn't sell, and the value of things. On one of those days working in the shop, a customer told me about Etsy, telling me I should sell my stuff there. I was having some success where I was so I didn't take the advice. In 2008, I started a relocating process, closed my storefront operation at summer's end in 2010 and opened an Etsy site in October of 2010. My site lay dormant over the winter and finally in July of 2011, I got into full swing on Etsy. It is a process of getting organized, taking better and better photos, keeping the shop looking fresh with new items and doing a little bit everyday. (Although I admit sometimes I do more than I should, but can't stop getting those listings up.)
I also consider myself an artist and have a shop Artshophop on Etsy where I have my handmade items. I haven't really focused on building that shop yet, but plan to get more involved in my jewelry making studio some time soon. Get involved, work it and enjoy. More books, postcards, marbles, Barbies, buttons, photos and other collectibles to come.
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Owner, Buyer, Collector, Photographer And Describer Of Things.
I got into the antique and resale business in 2003 when I had to clear my aunt and uncle's estate. He was a collector and the house was full of amazing things. I sold many of these items in a storefront in Poulsbo, WA, a fabulous tourist town.
Accepted payment methods
- Accepts Etsy gift cards
Tax must be added to orders in Washington State.
Insurance will be included on higher priced items.
All books will be mailed USPS with the media rate.
All other items will be mailed USPS first class or parcel post. UPS for larger boxes.
Priority will be used in some cases.
I include insurance with items over $50 and most glass items and breakables.
Delivery confirmation will be added in most circumstances.
Shipping will occur in two to three days or less. In some cases if I cannot ship in that timely fashion, I will explain delays in my shop info at head of site.
Postage is only one aspect of shipping. Shipping also involves the packing, the box or mailer it is shipping in and the time for packing, trip to the post office, etc.
Refunds and Exchanges
I cannot be responsible for damage or loss as a result of the postal system. I will, however, be responsible for packaging and handling your item with the utmost care and providing insurance on items over $50 or fragiles.