For the past 9 years, I have had an online rubber stamp retail shop called Stamping Online. This past year I decided that instead of holding inventory, I would go to a special order only business model. Of course, when I made the switch, I still had inventory. And then there are the random items that I get either as promotion, or because of order errors from the manufacturer. As a result, I have quite a bit of brand new stamps, ink and other stamping supplies.
And here's a photo of the inside of my cabinet, showing even more stamping items! I have word stamps, holiday stamps, birthday stamps... you name it. I'm willing to offer anywhere from one item, all the items or anywhere in between. I can take more photos if you like and will be happy to put together a custom package based on your request.
So, is anyone interested in bartering? Here are some guidelines which I have shamelessly taken from Selena's blog:
Here are some guidelines when considering making a Trade Me Up offer:
- Get creative and think outside the box about what you are offering.
- Trade Up means offering something of higher value to the person that you are trading with.
- Once you make an offer please don't retract it. Honor your commitment.
- Follow through with your offer and send it off quickly in the mail.
- Try not to take it personal if the person you want to trade with says "no thanks."
I don't have a wishlist yet, but I would consider offers of art, high quality yarn, high quality quilting fabric, a fancy digital camera, nice kitchen things, or something fabulous that you have and know I would love but I haven't thought of yet :)
I suppose that I should make an ultimate wish list like the incredible one over at ATG since having a goal is the only way to make things happen, but I'll try to get that together for next week.