Cents of Style: THREE Blanket Scarves Under $26 Shipped!

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It’s Fashion Friday over at Cents of Style, and today’s deal lasts all weekend through 12/10: Blanket Scarves are only $12.95 plus FREE shipping with code SCARFGIFTS! And when you purchase two scarves, you’ll score a solid-color Rome Blanket Scarf for FREE, meaning you can snag THREE scarves for only $25.90 shipped!

Not only are these scarves great to add to your own wardrobe, but they make the perfect gift as you don’t have to worry about sizing. Scarves are one of the most worn wardrobe pieces this time of year, so nearly every woman on your list can use them. There are four different styles to choose from, each available in multiple color options; and you can purchase as many as you’d like using the discount code.

BONUS! Every Fashion Friday purchase comes with a FREE downloadable gift tag to make your holiday gifting easier than ever! It will be emailed after your purchase is completed. Cents of Style items usually ship within one week, so you still have plenty of time to get these by Christmas.

Save 50% Off Gymboree’s Holiday Collection! #ad

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Christmas is fast approaching, and Gymboree is celebrating the fact that this is the best time of year for kids with their special Holiday Collection! Whether trimming the tree, baking cookies, writing letters to Santa, or just snuggling with hot cocoa, Gymboree has everything from outerwear, party outfits, and pajamas to keep your kids feeling and looking festive all season!

 

And to make the holidays affordable, right now you can save 50% off Gymboree’s best holiday styles! Their collection of girl’s dresses are beyond adorable; and for those who love Star Wars, they just released an entire line of shirts and pants (including a Chewbacca top)!

 

Gymboree also has a Stocking Stuffer section on their website with fun accessories such as socks, hats, and jewelry for as low as $2.49. There are other specials, too, including pajamas for only $10. Did you wake up to new pj’s from Santa on Christmas morning? I’ve heard that some families have started giving their kids holiday jammies early in the season so that they can wear them all December long! 🙂

CLICK HERE to check out Gymboree’s Holiday Collection for yourself! 🙂

 

Why I’m Not Listing Anything New On Ebay Until Next Year!

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This weekend was disappointingly slow on Ebay; I was expecting much better sales. However, there are still two solid weeks of online shopping left before the Christmas buyers drop off; and come January the regular shoppers will be back. With only weeks until a new year, I’m currently strategizing how to end 2017 on a high note on Ebay. Here is my current plan:

Run Progressive Sales: I am currently running a 20% off storewide sale through Friday. I will then move to 25% off everything for another week. After that, I will do 30% and 40% sales through Christmas Day, finally going to 50% off for the week after Christmas.

Sell As Much As Possible: This aggressive sale schedule will hopefully result in a large amount of my inventory selling, which will not only help me end the year with a solid cash influx, but it will also help me inventory and organize what is left.

No New Listings Until 2018: I’m not planning on listing any new items on Ebay until January 1st. Again, this is to help me focus on liquidating current stock and inventory what’s left, allowing me to start fresh in the new year.

Take Photos & Create Drafts: Just because I’m not putting up new active listings doesn’t mean I’m not still working on new inventory. I am currently photographing items and creating drafts so that new listings can launch January 1st. Right now I only have Spring/Summer clothing and a handful of hard goods, so it’s not like I’m holding back any holiday specific items right now, anyway.

Source Carefully (If At All): Since I find hard goods at estate sales, whether or not I’m able to source anything depends on any sales popping up. As I have been doing for the past several months, I’ll only pick up items with a large resale value as most vintage items tend to sit for a while. There will likely be a half-off Goodwill sale and opportunities to buy clearance clothing at the consignment store; but again, if I do go to those places, I plan to be super picky. There will be plenty of chances to source in the new year; I don’t want to needlessly tie up cash in items that won’t be listed for another month.

Organize: As my inventory (hopefully) dwindles, I’ll be focusing on getting things more organized, both in my office and in the basement. I generally keep up on things being tidy and in their place, but the end of the year is a good time to really go through and get rid of items I’m not using and to straighten up my clothing racks and shelving units.

So, that’s what I’ll be doing on (and off) Ebay for the next four weeks! What about you? How are you closing out the year on the platforms you sell on? Be sure to let me know in the comment’s section below!

Score 25% Off My Entire TeePublic Store Thru 12/21!

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Now through 12/21, you can score 25% off everything in my TeePublic store with code GIVEME25! I have Disney World inspired designs along with money-saving, thrifting and reselling styles. In addition to shirts of all sizes, I also have coffee mugs, notebooks, and cell phone cases. CLICK HERE to check out my designs!

P.S. If you are looking for an easy way to make money via print-on-demand, CLICK HERE to learn about TeePublic! I’ve found it much easier and more profitable than Merch by Amazon; in fact, I’m no longer selling items on Amazon, only on TeePublic.

My TeePublic Store Is On Sale; Thrifting, Reselling, and Disney Shirts Only $14!

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TeePublic is currently having a sale, which means the shirts in my store are as low as only $14! I have Disney World inspired designs along with money-saving, thrifting and reselling styles. In addition to shirts of all sizes, I also have coffee mugs, notebooks, and cell phone cases. CLICK HERE to check out my designs!

P.S. If you are looking for an easy way to make money via print-on-demand, CLICK HERE to learn about TeePublic! I’ve found it much easier and more profitable than Merch by Amazon; in fact, I’m no longer selling items on Amazon, only on TeePublic.