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I've carted this stuff around with me through 3 moves, and although it's not a lot, it's still time to let it go! I'm Canadian (from Ontario), so keep that in mind if you're interested in something. Shipping to the US or elsewhere will be more, obviously! I have a Paypal account, I just have to figure out how to accept money through it (up until now, it's only been flowing out of it!). Prices don't include shipping, but if you let me know your postal/zip code I'll find out for you.

 

First up:

 

Green tealight holders. 14 loose (.25 ea), 8 sets of 2 with tea lights (.50 ea) and 3 2" ribbed ones (.50 ea). Or, the whole lot for $8.

 

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4 gold-coloured organza pouches: $1

3 pkgs (40 pcs ea pkg) of starfish charms: $4/pkg

 

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16 sets of flip-flop playing cards: .50 ea or $7 for the lot.

 

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7 canvas OOT bags with navy trim. $3.00 ea

 

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10 starfish wine stopper favours. $3.00 ea

 

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48 dark purple organza chair sashes. $1.00 ea or $40 for the lot.

 

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120 flip flop luggage tags. $1.00 ea or $90 for the lot.

 

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6 crystal flower hair pins (never used). $20 for the lot.

 

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4 rectangular, multi-coloured, organza table runners. 41" x 7'. $10 ea or $35 for the lot.

 

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1 doz. 10" raffia fans. $5.00 for the lot. (these may be spoken for already, but I've included them in case Amanda1520 doesn't need them anymore)

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That's all folks! Thanks for looking :)

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I am interested in the starfish charms, the hair pins and 24 of the luggage tags. I am in Calgary Alberta, let me know how much it would work out to with shipping. My postal code is tej6e5. Thanks!

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Hi Nadine2010. Can you confirm your PC? The first "e" should be a number.
Sorry! Its T2J 6E5. Thanks!

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