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    Default Howdy stranger, whatcha sellin?

    Seeing as many of us have some form of etsy or goods-selling-site up and running, I thought it would be good to have a thread to link, promote, announce new products, etc.

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    I have a zazzle store. I don't actually collect money from it because it hasn't hit $25 yet and I hate Paypal, but I have one. I'm considering asking someone else for their paypal details as a way of donating. Maybe Jeph Jacques ought to get the proceeds of the "Prettiest Princess" shirt(s).

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    A friend of mine is selling a lot of her old costuming off. Most, if not all of it is professionally made, but they need the cash.
    Go here for the links
    Note: these are female costumes sized 12-14
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    I guess I can put my etsy here...

    Right now I have some vintage styled keys, vintage kimono pieces...and I think a pre-made kanzashi. Whatever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mai View Post
    I guess I can put my etsy here...

    Right now I have some vintage styled keys, vintage kimono pieces...and I think a pre-made kanzashi. Whatever.
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    I must've been tired as hell, I didn't post the link. :/

    http://www.etsy.com/shop/thedrunkenprincess

    That reminds me. I'm having a 50% off sale on those vintage styled key necklaces. Use coupon code "KEYME" at checkout.
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    Some of my drawings have prints up for sale: http://anastas2002.deviantart.com/


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    Another friend is selling her Phoenix Costume. It's made of layers of sheer material, the only damage is the inner thighs are a bit worn out. Asking price is $150, but she's willing to haggle. Go here and the first 4 pics are it!

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