I'm overly blessed in the craft room and really want to get rid of some things. Just curious: What have you found to be the best way to sell older retired supplies? If you sell them, how much do you usually mark them down? I have kept one of each catalog since I started. Is this silly? Should I just keep the last two and dump the rest? What do you do with swap card fronts? I am ready to start bundling them up and giving them away as door prizes. Would it be better to put them in our clear envelopes and let the winner choose 5 (8?) of her liking? Magazines - I have a couple year's worth of Paper Crafts. Love the magazine, but I have to admit I usually bump around on-line when I'm looking for ideas. I don't want to donate them at my local library. (A meanie SU! Demo does classes there; I'd rather give them to someone nice.) Just let my customers have at them? I have a stamp-a-stack scheduled at the end of January. I was thinking of marking everything down to garage sale prices (cheap!) and putting it out on this day. (Except for the catalogs, obviously.) It's scheduled after my regular classes and after my club meeting so it shouldn't hurt hostesses or my sales. What do you think?