It’s Flippin’ Friday! #17

Yay! It’s Flippin’ Friday! Time to share those stories of great “flips” you’ve had selling items you’ve found in thrift stores, estate/garage sales, or just around your house!

Last week, we had some great flip stories about a vintage Couroc Monarch Butterfly square tray, a Hallmark Jingle Pals 2005 Snowman (playing the piano), and a Thomas the Train Toby Windmill.  Fun, fun, fun!!!

Share your flip story below in the comment section! We love to read them and have new items to look for in our adventures!

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4 Responses to It’s Flippin’ Friday! #17

  1. Jessica says:

    I sold a little 17 page craft booklet called How To Chicken-Scratch Quilt from 1983 for $20. I looked it up on all the sources and it seems quite rare. I think it came in the big box with all the Golden Thread magazines that I bought for $1. I will be looking out for this one again.

    Looking forward to everyone’s stories!

  2. Leah says:

    Found an antique, heart-shaped lock at a yard sale for $1. Sold it last Sunday on Ebay for $15.50. Presently , I have two designer fragrances up for auction with starting bids already at $9.99. They are 75% & 80% full. Paid $1 each for them. We’ll see how it goes.

  3. Shirley Wall says:

    Hi – I bought a men’s Tommy Bahama’s shirt with a very Hawaiian pattern, sunsets, palm trees, etc. I bought it at the local Goodwill for $4.99 and sold on EBay for $19.99. In researching this shirt on EBay I was amazed at what some Tommy Bahama shirts sell for, some styles up into the $100! It seems there are lot’s of Hawaiian shirt collector’s out there. I mentioned this phenomenon to a friend and she said she has been to several beach theme weddings where guests were asked to wear “beachy” type clothes, such as Hawaiian shirts. This was all new to me! Thanks for flip stories, I love them! Shirley

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