ThiriftDee is an adorable suburban housewife and blogger with the uncommon gift for thrift

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Taking Product Photos for Ebay Poshmark and Etsy

I found these baby cowboy boots at a small thrift store in Colorado.  They were in the bottom of a box under who knows what.  I took photos and put them up on Ebay.  In the meantime I put the picture on Pinterest and it has been pinned 200,00 times.  If I would have known […]

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How to Ship on Ebay

Are you interested in selling on Ebay but you are hesitant because of the shipping?  Don’t be nervous!  Here are some things you need to know.  You can print shipping labels from the Ebay website.  It is CHEAPER than the Post Office  You don’t have to wait in line at the dreaded Post Office  Your […]

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Tell your honey about how Thrifty you are!

Here’s how you can save money AND get your favorite drink at Starbucks.  This only works if your grocery store has points for gas savings.  First buy a Starbucks card on the weekends when you receive 4X the gas savings.  Then go to Starbucks and buy a drink for yourself and one for a friend.  […]

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Make this Witch Wreath with Dollar Store Items!

Decorate your door with this adorable Witch Wreath!  She looks like she crashed the Halloween Party! Hit up the Dollar Store for your project pieces.  You will need: a bucket or laundry basket, a pool noodle, some socks, zipties, a broom (or use one that you have), and a tutu or two! I think you […]

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Concrete Candle Holder DIY Modern Industrial

Want to make one of these concrete candles?  Good, It’s easy!   You can use the Wilton Shot Glass Mold.  Buy it HERE Wilton 570-0118 8 Cavity Round Silicone Shot Mold, Green  I used QUICKCRETE concrete mix and filled up the molds. I used a belt sander to shake the concrete and it makes all […]

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Organize Thy Self

Oh hello!  Here we are in 2017 and we are still buried in cords.  I was kind of hoping that we would be all cordless at this point!! But since we are all getting organized, and it’s January, I thought I would get you started corralling the cords.  Here’s what you’ll need. One wooden box.  It could […]

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