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Author Topic: I love this idea so much: www.etsy.com - buy and sell homemade stuff  (Read 3444 times)

mouser

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it used to be that ebay was about real people selling and buying stuff from each other - now its mostly surplus warehouses selling stuff.
this new site is all about selling and buy HOMEMADE stuff only:
http://www.etsy.com/

love it.

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Re: I love this idea so much: www.etsy.com - buy and sell homemade stuff
« Reply #1 on: August 16, 2005, 02:51:31 AM »
I know of three people who could make some money off Etsy, thanks mouser!

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Re: I love this idea so much: www.etsy.com - buy and sell homemade stuff
« Reply #2 on: August 23, 2005, 12:26:47 PM »
ooooooooh....i need to sell some of my crazy fiber creations on there! i just bought two skeins of hand dyed and spun yarn in zesty and varigated greens...fun to buy from a new source and support the individual crafter versus the big companies. i am so sick of ebay for buying crafty items -- so many so-called "small businesses" on there have really made it less enticing to buy and sell those items on there. i'm not talking about the honest small business sellers...i'm talking about all the faux businesses out to scam.

btw, venus mag, which i love, is holding a craft off for their winter issue: http://venuszine.com...es/you_contests/1392

they are looking for the best, most crafty gift creations UNDER $25. cool.