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FabBakerGirlIsBack Sat 04-Jul-09 16:43:12

I have been making gift cards and are really enjoying it. Seems I am reasonably good at it too.

In a short time I have made more then 30 shock and I am going to end up with more than I could use.

Any ideas about selling them on here or would I need to be on the small ads whatsit and pay my £30?

TIA.

FenellaFudge Sat 04-Jul-09 16:44:42

Yep, you need to pay for your ad.

dizzymare Sat 04-Jul-09 16:46:40

What about giving it a go on ebay first, and I'm pretty sure it won't cost you a bean!

FabBakerGirlIsBack Sat 04-Jul-09 16:49:17

Didn't think about ebay!

What is the difference between selling the outgrown kids clothes for free (after the £5 fee) and having to pay the small business? fee?
<excited at being a small business>grin

FenellaFudge Sat 04-Jul-09 16:50:24

Well, you're not selling something thats for free, are you?

FabBakerGirlIsBack Sat 04-Jul-09 16:51:11

How do you sell anything for free?

FenellaFudge Sat 04-Jul-09 16:51:50

Ah, thought you meant the FOR fREE board.
Not sure how the for sale boards work actually.

FenellaFudge Sat 04-Jul-09 16:55:57

Just had a look at For Sale and the posts are deleted after 30 days, so I guess that's the distinction; if what you are selling is ongoing rather than once-its-gone-its-gone then you need the small business ad?

FabBakerGirlIsBack Sat 04-Jul-09 16:59:49

could go either way depending on how well i do i guess.

i will ask mnhq.

thank you.

Babieseverywhere Sat 04-Jul-09 17:07:41

What about posting in the Art & Craft section of Mumsnet ?

Maybe post an example of the type of cards you make and ask for advice there ?

FabBakerGirlIsBack Sat 04-Jul-09 17:09:16

Oo, I didn't even know there was an A&C section!

Will take a look, thank you.

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