Monday, 1 December 2008

Popping Cherries

Today is a history making day... I have finally actually bought something off Ebay. Well actually not just one thing but 3 things. :o I bought something that I'm not going to reveal as you never know who is lurking but I can tell you that I bought some buttons and beads. I can see now how addictive ebay is.

Another first for me is that I've claimed something off Freecycle. I have offered on it before but never claimed but I just couldn't resist the offer of 20 years worth of Country Living Magazines. Could you?

5 comments:

zombiecazz said...

I saw them and was sorely tempted, but then decided that I have to much junk in my house already.
I'm sure you'll get heaps of pleasure from them.
I don't buy often from ebay, but have bought some awesome crafting stuff from time to time.

Taz said...

I do too but I just couldn't resist. They won't be coming here till the New Year though so I've got time to make a (rather large) space for them. ;)
How's things with you petal?

Fiona McCrae said...

Thanks for your comment on the P&J photos. some of the photography students were there and took much better ones, will have them up soon.

As for ebay..yes addictive! i kinda went mad and bought £30 worth of buttons and jewellery making supplies.

Samsara said...

Welcome to the wonderful world of eBay!! I spend far too much time on there *lol*
by the way, I tagged you on my blog, hope you don't mind...

Pink Feather Paradise said...

We often buy and sell our cars on ebay... and I buy most of the school PTA prizes for the fayres from the job lots section.....

So long as you use a bit of common and check sellers feedback you will be fine.

If you are buying a car though and they have no internal photos ask for them, and if they don't have any avoid it, as people have been known to photo and sell cars that don't belong to them....

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