I have come to a pretty firm decision not do another project after Dalton House. I have a lot of things I still need and want to do on this project - the fourth walls which includes drapery, the electrics, finish dressing all the rooms and generally tweaking what is there. This will last a long time and will continue to feed my passion for the hobby. I will always follow other people's wonderful creations.
This means I have quite a lot of things to get rid of. I won't really be tackling this sort out for a while; as you can imagine I have quite a few other calls on my time before the grand purge but here are examples of stuff that needs to go.
|box of flooring and rugs|
|box of odd wooden bits and bobs|
|some very nice fireplaces, electricals and things|
|all kinds of trims|
|large book of wallpapers|
|quite a few little resin people|
|some nice kits|
This won't be the entire inventory and I may even snaffle a few bits and bobs back from them (unlikely). How do I get rid of these and more?
The last time I gave up dollhousing I sold most of my stuff via EBay but I did find it something of a nightmare when you have a lot of things to work through and I am not particularly keen on EBay itself.
I also sold through a Blog page I set up and this was a bit better but there is still the hassle of sorting out bundles of stuff for different folks and trying to find packaging for it all and the trips to the post office etc. Basically I don't think I want the money enough to go to the trouble of it.
I could offer it to anyone who can get here and pick it up but again I would like to shift the lot of it that way in one go and not have to go through everything to sort out the bits they want.
I did come up with the brilliant wheeze of contacting the nearest Dolls house club and see if they would take everything in one go.
OK lads and lassies - over to you - any bright ideas?