Best Yard Sale Ever! – Top 10 Tips To Make Lots of Money!

Woman Holding MoneyHave your yard sale sales been downright pitiful? Do you feel like you could have made a lot more money?

You need a sure-fire formula for success. Here’s it is.

Since my past yard sales have have been poor and my efforts definitely didn’t create the sales that I had dreamed of, I realized that I needed to do some research. To help maximize my success in the future I based the research on the experiences of people who have made a lot of money from yard sales.

This is a pre-yard sale article because I am writing it before I put on my next yard sale. After applying the research to my own yard sale, I will follow up with a new article.  That article will give you an updated proven top ten tips based on my own first hand experience.

So, what do you really need to know to make lots of money from a yard sale?

Tip #1 – Planning is the key 
If you do not plan ahead, do not expect to make good money. Planning will include consideration for where the yard sale will be held, sorting, pricing and categorizing items, marketing with signs and getting the word out, and determining the days and times for the sale.

Tip #2 – Location, location, location
– This tip hails from traditional marketing and holds true here too. Where you have your yard sale makes all the difference in the world. If you do not live in a well-traveled easy access location consider having the yard sale at the house of a friend or family member. They might even want to participate.

Tip #3 – Make awesome signs  & place them well
– Simple signs with most pertinent information
– High visibility – neon colors are good
– Post at every intersection within a radius of the sale

Tip #4 –  Brand your yard sale, if you can
 Brand by making your signs all the same colors, using all the same fonts and the same layout on all of the signs.

Tip #5 – Price at rock bottom prices with a little higher mark-up to leave room to haggle
– The goal is to sell it all so there is nothing to haul. Pricing in this way gives you the best chances to sell more items.

Tip #6 – Optimize marketing by using local yard sale websites & Craig’s List along with local classifieds
For Craig’s List :
– Include photos of your big sellers
– Include your address with a map
– Post multiple times a few days before and on each sale day
– Post early in the morning as early as 5:00 am
– List what you have left on the last day & say that prices are being slashed

Tip #7 – Borrow tables, if necessary, so that most items will be at eye level
– People are more likely to pick up items, inspect them and buy them

Tip #8 – If selling clothing, limit the amount for sale and hang them up.
-Generally, people do not want to sort through stacks of clothing. They will pick a few items that catch their interest off of the top and ignore the rest. Make it easier and more enjoyable for them to buy some select nice pieces of clothing.

Tip #9 – Encourage more people to stop and shop
– Put larger items close to the street and many items close to the street.

Tip #10 – Accept credit cards if you can to encourage more spending
– Paypal has an app that you can download so that you can take payment on your phone.

Now that you have all the best tips in hand, it is time to put on your own yard sale and make tons of money off of stuff you just don’t want or need anymore. Don’t forget to come back to read the follow-up article that I will post soon.


Posted in Hippy Chic Articles

Hippy Affirmation Day 23

Inner Peace Begins With Me.

Inner Peace Begins With Me.Have you ever woke up and realized that you are in a bad mood? You have no one to blame it on. You’re just pissed off. What’s up with that? This is a good example that our mood arises from our inner processes-most especially our thinking. It’s likely that a dream caused the mood. We can choose when we get out of bed to let ourselves stay in the mood that we have or we can choose to change it.

Whatever mood we wake up in, as we go about our day, we are often challenged as we try to have a peaceful mood. We may be challenged by situations such as traffic jams. We may be challenged by people such as a remark that seems rude. Some days we are challenged by both situations and people.

“Don’t let people pull you into their storm. Pull them into your peace.”-anonymous. This quote reminds us to stay in our own peace when we are challenged by people who are not peaceful. How can we do that? Well, we have to be in a place of peace already. If we are not in a place of peace, we have to see that we are at risk of being pulled into their storm and resist it. There are times that walking away from that person is necessary. Because this is an inner process we are in control. The mistake we often make in keeping our peace is that we believe that our moods are controlled by the outer world. Not so.

So, I encourage you to stop, take a deep breath and go inward when you feel like you are letting others or situations control your mood. A peaceful countenance can be yours with practice and with persistence.

Posted in Daily Hippy Affirmation

Hippy Affirmation Day 22

I Am My Choices.

I Am My Choices.The power of choice. It’s awesome. It’s frightening. What if I make the wrong choice? What if my choice has horrible consequences? Unfortunately, a wrong choice with bad consequences is likely to happen sometime in our lives. We have to accept that as part of the process of choosing or we might decide not to choose (which in itself is a choice). The point is that we are always making choices whether intentionally or through default by not choosing.

These choices make us who we are. Each choice has an effect that we cannot avoid being affected by. What we choose to eat is an obvious example. The nutrients or lack of nutrients that we consume affects every system of the body and especially our minds. With exercise, if we choose to lay about being a “couch potato” rather than exercising then we become a weak, lazy individual. Utmost  in importance is the choices we make in our thinking. Choosing to think uplifting loving thoughts creates the effect of creating a peaceful loving person. Of course, thinking hateful unloving thoughts creates an hostile unloving person.

Think about your choices-every single one of them-before you choose. Are you creating the person that you want to be? How can you change your choices? It’s all in the decision-making that makes the difference between being a different person, if that is what you want for yourself.

P.S. I used an image of the wheat grass that my boyfriend and I have been growing because it is one choice of food that we have made for healthier bodies and minds.

Posted in Daily Hippy Affirmation

11 Hippie Signs And Symbols That Everyone Needs To Know

11 Hippie Signs And Symbols That Everyone Needs To Know

Hippie symbols that promote spiritual balance and healing.

Hippie signs and symbols are primarily
spiritual because hippies are generally interested in spiritual matters.

All hippy signs and symbols are about achieving peace and balance in one way or another. Communion with nature or spirit is inherent and they come from a variety of spiritual traditions.

Easily, any one or more of these symbols can be found in the home of a hippie. Jewelry with these symbols is prolific especially with the symbol as a pendant/amulet.

Flower of Life

Flower of LifeThe flower of life contains all the patterns of creation within it thus providing the underlying structure of life. Its complex series of circles is similar to the molecular patterns that form in crystals. Historically, its representation can be found as far back as the Temple of Osiris at Abydos, Egypt. It has also been found in Phoenicia, Assyria, India, Asia, and the Middle East. New Age adherents believe that it symbolizes connection with the Universe on a soul level, a portal to other dimensions and worlds and alignment of energies with a higher vibration.

Spiral of Life
Spiral of LIfe Triskele TriskelionThe spiral of life is Celtic and pre-Celtic. Examples of it are found etched in the stone in the Newgrange site from the Bronze Age in Ireland. It has been a consistent symbol in Celtic art. The Celts know it as the triskele. The spiral is a largely positive symbol. As Christianity took on significance in the 5th century, A.D., it came to represent the Trinity (Father, Son, and Holy Spirit). Christians of Celtic descent continue to use it as a symbol of faith. In general, it represents eternity, change, and movement of the universe.


Tree of Life
Tree of Life
The tree of life is found in a number of different cultures and religions across the world (including Turkish, European, Chinese, and Norse culture, as well as, Hinduism, Buddhism, Christianity, Islamic Faith, and Jewish Mysticism). In Christianity the tree of life is found in both Genesis and Revelations. In cultural and spiritual traditions it has healing and life-giving properties. The tree of life is a symbol of the interconnection of all life and connection to all the elements (air, earth, fire and water).

This symbol is essentially a 5-sided pentagram with a circle around it. During the Enlightenment Pythagoras assigned the elements earth, water, air, and fire to the four lower points and spirit to the topmost point.  This arrangement indicates the correct ordering of the world, with material things subject to spirit. The symbol has been used in ancient Chinese and Japanese religions, and in Japanese and Ancient Babylonian culture. It is well-known as a Wicca symbol and to wear it is to say that you respect the earth.
Lotus Flower

Lotus FlowerThe lotus flower is sacred to both Hindus and Buddhists. Its symbolism derives from the fact that it emerges from muddy waters and blooms clean and pure. Hindus often used it as an example of divine beauty with unfolding petals that suggest the expansion of the soul. The lotus flower in Buddhism represents enlightenment as adherents journey out of the darkness into transformation. It also emphasizes the importance of detachment and purity of the body, speech, and mind as if floating above the muddy waters of attachment and desire.

Om Symbol
Om SymbolOm originated from Hinduism but is now common to Hinduism, Sikhism, Jainism, Buddhism. It is also written as Aum. In the Hindu Mandukya Upanishad, “Om is the one eternal syllable of which all that exists is but the development. The past, the present, and the future are all included in this one sound, and all that exists beyond the three forms of time is also implied in it”. The sound of Om is used as a mantra in meditation to reach deeper levels of meditation.

Ahnk Symbol
The ahnk is an Egyptian symbol that appears in the hands or near almost all Egyptian deities found in archaeological digs from Mesopotamia to Persia. In tomb paintings gods are depicted with ahnks conferring life on dead mummies. The ahnk was often carried by Egyptians as an amulet. The ahnk symbol is also used to represent the planet Venus. It’s meaning is eternal life and regeneration. Today, it is often carried by people as a sign of eternal life and spiritual wisdom.

The hamsa is ancient going as far back as Mesopotamia and Carthage. It is quite common in the Middle East – found in both Arabic and Hebrew culture. The Hamsa is the Arabic word for “five” and represents the five digits of the hand of God. The hamsa hand is spelled many different ways (hamesh, hamsa, chamsa, and khamsa). In all religions and cultures it is a protective amulet. Included in the hamsa symbolism is an eye. It’s purpose is to ward off evil directed at the wearer. Wearing the hamsa also brings good fortune onto the owner.

Peace Sign
Peace SignIn the 1950s the peace sign was designed as the logo for the British Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament. An American university student, Philip Altbach, who was an active member of the Student Peace Union at the University of Chicago had a heap of the Nuclear Disarmament buttons shipped over to the United States, after talking the Student Peace Union into adopting the symbol. Thereafter the sign represented a wider “peace” message and was also adopted by anti-war and counterculture activists in the US and elsewhere.

Smiley Face
Happy Face
The original version of the smiley face was created by Harvey Ross Ball. Originally made in 1963 as a morale booster for The State Mutual Life Assurance Company it was used on posters, buttons, and signs. It was not trademarked or copyrighted at the time. In the early 1970s, brothers Bernard and Murray Spain, used the image, added the slogan “Have a Happy Day” then copyrighted the new version in 1971. By the end of the year more than 50 million buttons sold with countless other products. Of course, it’s meaning is apparent. Be happy.

Yin Yang
Yin Yang Symbol
The concept of yin and yang originates in ancient Chinese philosophy and metaphysics.  The symbol represent the primal opposing and complementary forces found in all things in the universe. Yin, the darker element, is passive, dark, feminine, downward-seeking, and corresponds to the night. Yang, the brighter element, is active, light, masculine, upward-seeking and corresponds to the day. The yin yang is a spiritual reminder that balance between the light and the darkness provides the most helpful approach to living a meaningful life.

Posted in Hippy Chic Articles

Hippy Affirmation Day 21

I Focus On What Is Possible.

I Focus On What Is Possible.When I think of this affirmation the word “can” comes to mind.  There are times when I hear the dialogue in my head coming up with reasons that I can’t do something. A recent good example of this reasoning is that I am planning to have my first table of jewelry at a craft fair or event. I haven’t even done the research on what I need to do or even what events are available. Yet, I am trying to talk myself out of it by asking myself these kinds of questions:

What if I go through all the work and people don’t want to buy my jewelry?

Do I really want to go through the let down feelings when people look at my jewelry and pass it up?

My thoughts are going to what is not possible not what is possible. I am believing that I can’t be successful. Right now I am turning my thinking around. I now tell myself that I can be successful and that it is very possible that I will go through all the work and people will want to buy my jewelry. Realistically there will probably be some people who will pass my jewelry up. I don’t need to take that personally. I don’t want fear of feeling let down prevent me from making an attempt to make this happen.

Is there something that your inner dialogue is telling yourself you can’t do? Perhaps you can examine what it is that is keeping you in that mode of thinking. Discovering what holds you back can help you change your thinking about doing it. It might then be beneficial to tell yourself that whatever it is that you want to do is possible. Simply replacing the can’t thoughts with can thoughts is a very powerful exercise.

By focusing on what can happen not what can’t happen we can give ourselves the encouragement that we need to attempt what seems like the impossible thereby making it possible.

Posted in Daily Hippy Affirmation

Hippy Affirmation Day 20

Today I Will Speak Positively.

Today I Will Speak Positively

In Hippy Affirmation Day 19 I focused on thinking positively. I postulated that first we need to think positively before we can speak positively. Thinking and speaking are inextricably linked. Think about it by trying this exercise. Try to say something without thinking about it. You can’t, can you?

Thinking positively means to expect good and favorable results. When you think positively you are prepared for health, happiness and a good ending in any situation. With this type of mindset you can create the life you want and need. Speaking positively is an essential part of this process.

Most of us are largely unaware of what words we choose and why we choose them. Essentially, we usually use words that we have been trained to use. Our speech is a behavior inherited from our family of origin or the people who influenced us as we were growing up. It is time to evaluate our speech to ferret out the words that are working against us – meaning those that keep us from creating the best for us.

What does it mean to speak positively? It is the structure of our words that help us to get the things we need the most out of life. To speak positively we want to ask ourselves these questions:

  1. What words do I choose and why do I choose them?
  2. What emotions result from the words that I choose?
  3. Are my words mostly positive or negative?

I encourage you to ask yourself these questions then adjust your language accordingly. Then observe how your life changes (including how you feel about life).

Posted in Daily Hippy Affirmation

Black, Green & Gold Lampwork Glass Bead Murano Pendant Set

Murano Black Gold And Green Necklace Braclet And Earring Set

Red and Gold Lampwork Glass Bead Murano Pendant Set

Beautifully coordinated variant shapes of lampwork beads and dichoric glass pendant.

Sometimes you just have to make something that is not so matchy matchy that becomes something funky. This set has elements that match as far as color goes and that it is made of glass beads and a glass pendant. But, it does go askew a bit with beads that have various shapes and style. Yet, it works and works well.

Necklace is made of various lampwork gold and black beads, green and copper e beads, gold bugle beads and a lovely black, green, brown and gold leaf-shaped dichoric glass pendant. It measures with toggle clasp 24″ in length with a pendant that is 2 3/4″ in length and 1 1/2″ in width. Total length with pendant is 26 3/4″. Bracelet is a stretch bracelet with the same types of beads as the necklace. It is 7″ in length. Earrings that are also made of lampwork glass beads, gold bugle beads and green and gold e beads measure 2″ in length and 1/4″ in width.

An original one-of-a-kind necklace and earring set hand-crafted by artisan Angela Star.

Free Shipping

Posted in Hippy Chic Necklace Bracelet and Earring Sets

Hippy Affirmation Day 19

Today I Will Think Positively.

Today I Will Think Positively.In Hippy Affirmation Day 18 I recommended that we not say one negative word to people during our encounters with them as a way to radiate positive vibes and spread good energy. I want to follow up with this affirmation that recommends thinking positively. As words follow from thoughts, the next affirmation after this one will focus on speaking positively.

How do we think positively? Most of us do not pay attention to the thoughts that we think. I guess you could say that we are on automatic pilot. We go about our day with all kinds of thoughts buzzing around our heads. We need to be aware of the thoughts that we are thinking. If we are not aware of what the thoughts are that we are thinking then our moods can easily be ruled by them.

How else can we think positively? We can avoid labeling or judging our thoughts. By learning not to judge them we are training ourselves to let go of judging in general. Judging can be a very negative activity that stands in the way of positive thinking. Deepak Chopra wrote a book called The Ultimate Happiness Prescription: 7 Keys to Joy and Enlightenment. 

The Ultimate Happiness Prescription

Click Here to order The Ultimate Happiness Prescription by Deepak Chopra

One of the exercises that he talks about in this book is going through your whole day without judging. This means no judging whatsoever. You don’t judge your thoughts, yourself, your circumstances, other people, outside events. Nothing. I’ve tried it. It’s not so easy. I find it to be a very good exercise.

Then there is having a positive dialogue with yourself. Most all of us talk to ourselves. Psychologists believe that it is normal. Are you aware of the thoughts you think in your conversations with yourself? Are they positive dialogues? Let’s hope they are not opportunities to be hurtful and harmful to yourself.I know all about this negative activity of the mind. I used to be this way.

I’ve recommended meditation before. I can’t say enough about it since it can help you be more aware of your thoughts. It’s also a good practice for helping us learn how to slow down thinking and change thinking.

Posted in Daily Hippy Affirmation

Hippy Affirmation Day 18

I Radiate Positive Vibes

I Radiate Positive VibesIt’s common knowledge now that energy is catching. Like the common cold, a positive demeanor with it’s energy can be passed on to others that we interact with in our daily travels. It’s true, as well, that a negative attitude can be caught.

I choose to  call this energy that we can pass on to others our vibes (coming from the word vibrate). Starting in our core this vibration that is our energy radiates outward. It extends outward to about  1 – 3 inches from the body and is named our auric field. Your aura reflects the energy that you are currently experiencing as well as your overall psyche and emotional state. Everyone has this auric field.

When we encounter each other our power is not limited by our words and our outward appearance. We affect others by a much more subtle means – our energy that is our auric field. Having a clear intention within yourself to radiate more positive vibes can in itself change your field. There are other ways to do so which I will explore more in depth in an article to come on this site. With this intention we can go about our day with an attitude that we will not say one negative thing to people we encounter and we will try to see them in a positive light. Of course, some people will be challenging. I’ve actually found that when I attempt to be this way to everyone I am uniquely challenged by irascible people.

I challenge you to try to radiate positive vibes. You just might find that the reward within yourself is that you will feel more at peace and loving. That in itself is well worth the exercise. While the benefit to the world can not be discounted because your vibe will be catching. Who knows how far and wide it can spread?


Posted in Daily Hippy Affirmation

Why Do Adults Color? Should You Too?

Me Coloring With Markers

This is me finishing a page that I started with my coloring group.

I’ve been coloring all my life. I fondly remember my deluxe 64 crayon box of crayons that I oh-so-neatly put each crayon back in it’s proper place in the box’s inside sleeve after using each crayon. Another fond memory is of the exotic bird coloring book given to me by Sunshine, my hippie babysitter. I colored as an adult to alleviate boredom between incoming customer service calls when I worked at Home Shopping Network. Even though I haven’t given it much thought as to exactly why I enjoy coloring until now, it’s no surprise to me that it has become amazingly popular in the last couple of years. More and more people are realizing one thing that deep down I have known all along – coloring is good for you.

Zenspiration Do What Calls To Your Soul

From Zenspirations Inspirations coloring book done in pencils.

Adult coloring has gone mainstream and it doesn’t seem to be losing steam. Over 12 million coloring books were sold in 2015. In April 2015 a coloring book (Secret Garden – An Inky Treasure Hunt and Colouring Book by Johanna Basford) topped the best-seller list of books. Five of Amazon’s current top 15 best-selling books are coloring books. There are adult coloring clubs and Meet Ups for adults who color.

The variety of coloring books available that are aimed at the adult market is remarkable. It is surely a testament to how popular this activity has become among adults. There are coloring books based on TV Shows like A Game of Thrones and movies like Star Wars and Harry Potter . There are swearing themed coloring books (Calm the F*ck Down by Sasha O’Hara) and naughty coloring books that have pages of sexual positions (Adult Coloring Book:Sexual Positions by Spudtc publishing Ltd).

Game of Thrones Coloring Book

Click Here to buy The Official A Game Of Thrones coloring book.

There are inspirational quote coloring books (Creative Coloring Inspirations by Valentina Harper) and Bible quote coloring books (Trust In God: Inspirational Quotes from The Bible from Barnes and Noble). There is even a coloring book based on a YouTube cat (Grumpy Cat Coloring Bookand a Steampunk themed coloring book (Steampunk Devices Coloring Book by Jeremy Elder).

Even though the adult coloring book market has exploded and it seems like just about every theme that you can think of is available, only a handful of themes are being snapped off of the shelves and the internet. These most popular coloring books are animal designs, mandalas, calming, stress relieving, nature, and abstract patterns.

Calm The F*ck Down Coloring Book

Click here to buy Calm the F*ck Down coloring book.

So what is it about coloring that is enjoyable? For me, I find that I like how it feels to focus on laying the color down on the page as I fill in the shapes. I also enjoy seeing the color combinations I choose to fill in the entire design. I feel satisfied when I complete coloring a design. The coloring activity itself is like a meditation. I focus on filling in the design with color and my mind lets go of it’s worries. Since it usually takes a few sessions of coloring to finish coloring in a design, I learn patience. When it is all done I can look at the finished product and enjoy it over and over again.

The enjoyment of coloring could be connected to the color itself. Each color affects mood.” Colour is energy and the fact that it has a physical effect on us has been proved time and again in experiments – most notably when blind people were asked to identify colours with their fingertips and were all able to do so easily. The shorter the wavelength, the stronger the underlying physical effect (Angela Wright – This is why people are often careful about what colors they use to paint rooms in their houses.

Grumpy Cat Coloring Book

Click Here to buy the Grumpy Cat coloring book.

The following is a list of colors and how they affect mood (

  • Red – energizes because it stimulates us
  • Blue – calms and increases concentration
  • Yellow – lifts our spirits, creates confidence and optimism
  • Green – promotes balance and harmony
  • Violet – encourages deep contemplation and meditation
  • Orange – focuses our minds on comfort, sensuality and fun
  • Pink – nurtures and physically soothes
  • Grey – suppresses  and causes us to  instinctively draw in
  • Brown – warms, supports and connects us to earth
  • Black – promotes security and emotional safety
  • White – purifies and cleanses
Steampunk Devices Coloring Book

Click Here to order Steampunk Devices coloring book.

Studying colour psychology, Angela Wright recognized that there are no wrong colours. It is the combination of colours that triggers the response. You could have a grey sky on a summer day, but our reaction to that grey with the beautiful colours of the summer landscape would be different from the combination of a grey sky with a predominantly snow white scene. We do not respond to just one colour, but to colours in combination. Even the winter landscape contains many colours. This could very well explain why I choose certain colors to color in each of the designs that I color.

What has sparked the growth in popularity of adult coloring? According to Adrienne Raphel (Why Adults Are Buying Coloring Books {For Themselves} The New Yorker July 12,2015), it is due somewhat to social media. Colorists post their finished colorings to Facebook and Pinterest, garnering fans and offering pro tips on things like Prismacolor versus gel pens. It is also due to a craving for childhood objects and experiences. This “Peter-Pan market” is also a target for children’s and young adult books, . This leads me to think that it is our inner child that is reaching out to be stimulated. Our world has become too grown-up. We harken back to simpler days and times when a coloring book and some crayons were our occupation instead of bills, taxes and domestic chores.

Zenspiration Live Love Laugh

From Zenspirations Inspirations coloring book done in markers and pencils.

How is coloring good for you? According to clinical psychologist Ben Michaelis, coloring is a stress-free activity that relaxes the amygdala – the fear center of the brain – and allows your mind to get the rest it needs. We de-stress when we color because of our focus on the activity and not on our worries. Coloring also “brings out our imagination and takes us back to our childhood, a period in which we most certainly had a lot less stress,” says psychologist Gloria Martinez Ayala. She goes on to say that when coloring we activate different areas of our two cerebral hemispheres. “The action involves both logic, by which we color forms, and creativity, when mixing and matching colors. This incorporates the areas of the cerebral cortex involved in vision and fine motor skills [coordination necessary to make small, precise movements].”

More evidence that coloring is good for you:

  1. helps dementia and alzheimers patients remain engaged with the outside world.
  2. can lower blood pressure
  3. trains your brain to focus better
  4. helps people deal with stress and PTSD

What are you waiting for? Give it a try. Light up your life with color and relax and de-stress at the same time. Maybe even join a coloring group to get to know some people who want to do the same.

See larger image

Additional Images:

Zenspirations Coloring Book Inspirations Designs to Feed Your Spirit: Create, Color, Pattern, Play!

Features: Let your spirit soar with 30 uplifting and encouraging designs in this extraordinary coloring activity book, Zenspirations artist Joanne Fink reveals her easy-to-learn techniques for combining simple strokes with positive messages and playful patterns, After your pattern is complete; go ahead and explore color! 64 pages
By (author): Joanne Fink

Let your spirit soar with 30 uplifting and encouraging designs in this extraordinary coloring activity book. Zenspirations(R) creator Joanne Fink reveals her easy-to-learn techniques for combining positive messages and playful patterns. So much more than mere outlines to color, exquisite Zenspirations patterns are launching pads of endless imagination and creativity. You don’t need to have the skills of an artist to create your own masterpiece here. After your patterning is complete, go ahead and explore color! Use the finished examples for guidance, or try your own interesting color combinations to create wonderfully motivating and meaningful art. Printed on high quality extra-thick paper, this beautiful and inspirational book is perfect for decorating with your choice of colored pencils, markers, or gel pens. Pages are printed on one side only, and are pre-perforated for easy removal and display.
List Price: $9.99 USD
New From: $4.88 USD In Stock

Posted in Hippy Chic Articles