Moving sale (BELLINGHAM)

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1218 Lakeview Street near Cable and Fremont

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start time: 9am
My boyfriend and I are on to our next adventure and combining households into an even smaller space. We will be building and downsizing so getting rid of things and accepting whatever help we can get. I'm 32 and have lived here for 4 years, accruing lots of things as I'm a weird non sentimental hoarder that collects stuff that I don't need, I just think is cool. Below is a list of the type of stuff to expect:

Lots of women's clothing, I have a pop up tent to use as a changing room so people can try stuff on.
There's quality brands that you'll recognize and some great vintage stuff. Some real leather, fur, and wool. Heels still in their boxes. A range of sizes and styles. Brands include Banana Republic, Express, Nike, ll Bean, Disneyland, nine West, Steve Madden, Levi, Ralph Lauren, and more.

Lots of fiber art, embroidery, crochet. Many of them are antiques/vintage. Some are free due to stains, holes, etc but I think they can still be used by crafters. There's also small bolts of fabric that would be best suited for crafters/quilting.

Collectors plates (hummel, Christmas, floral; some have certificates of authenticity and wall mounts)

Tea cups with saucers, vases,

Art, decor, mirrors, accent table, antique school desk

Sliding door cat door

Exercise accessories (Resistance bands, squat bar, pull up bar, foam rollers, chirp wheel, yoga ball with stabilizing stand (no wheels but there's holes for them), small climbing harness.

Tons of vases, glassware, table setting stuff, handle Holders.

Kitchen stuff that we didn't need duplicates of (pots and pans, cheese grater, extra coffee mugs, glass mixing bowls, baking pans, etc)

Holiday decor mostly Christmas some Halloween

Puzzles galore, I usually mark where missing pieces are on the box when I'm done so if there's no markings you should expect it to be intact

There will be a normal free pile and I like to have a kid friendly free pile where I let kids pick one thing for free. My mom used to drag me all over the county to these sales and there was very little for me to choose from that she would approve spending money on. Kids don't have jobs but still deserve to treasure hunt as well. So far I've found paintable ornaments, dress up stuff, small toys still in their boxes. Etc. I don't have kids of my own but I nanny for my cousin and neighbors. There's not a lot of kids stuff in my sale but enough to keep an accompanying child occupied. I'll have a bubble machine going 😅

Since we're moving, I invited our family to add whatever they want because we'll already be making a big trip to donate the leftovers. The first goal is to get rid of stuff to make the move easier on ourselves. I'm going to price accordingly, I'll have suggested price points but accept all reasonable offers (for example $1 per dvd, but cheaper if you bundle a bunch, most clothes priced $1-$5 by section, or fill a bag and make me an offer that saves you money.)

I'm probably going to have fresh baked cookies available and accept Venmo, PayPal, cash app, cash, and flat donations while you load your car with whatever you want.

It should be fun to go through, it's like a pop-up thrift store. Come on by. Dogs bark but they can't get out; I can lock them in if they are being really annoying.

Thank you for considering our sale! Hope to see you here!

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