Asked on Oct 3, 2020

Any DIY'ers from Northern Kentucky?

Naomie Moore aka baileyanddaisey, Castaic CAGeorgiaBulldogsFanRedcatcec
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I live in Dayton Kentucky & have to work on moving. I have a ton of great things for DIY projects like jean material, screws nuts bolts from tiny to really large, old lamps & lamp shade & wire frames from lamp shades, all sorts of wood & so much more of many different things, too many to list. I don't have any way to take the stuff to donate & not good at posting to try to sell the stuff. I have just got started going through my things but need to get rid of the stuff as I go through it. I don't want to throw the stuff away. So if you live close enough to be able to stop by & get the things that I can't take please email me at KyDee50@gmail with things that you are interested in getting. Even if I didn't list it because I probably have what you are interested in. Most (90% of it) I am giving away but a few things I might want a little bit of money because I bought it & it is new.

Dee


5 answers
  • Deb K
    Deb K
    on Oct 3, 2020

    That is very generous of you and a much better option than trashing the items, hopefully many will respond to your post!

  • You should have a yard sale! Even if you're not good at posting things online, signs on the street will work pretty well.

  • Redcatcec
    Redcatcec
    on Oct 3, 2020

    Thank you for your generosity, this is a challenging time for you and best wishes on your move.

  • GeorgiaBulldogsFan
    GeorgiaBulldogsFan
    on Oct 3, 2020

    Sorry I don’t live close by. I am doing the same sort of thing and putting things in a consignment shop. It is hard to get stuff together but I’m doing it several boxes at a time,

  • Are you on Nextdoor.com? If not, sign up, it's free. When I have random items to get rid of, I offer first on Nextdoor or to the teachers I know or the administrators of local nursing homes. They are all looking for free items to use and all will come pick up from you. As you go along through your things, jot down what you have and post it on Nextdoor.com, with or without photos. That stuff will go quick! And don't forget to take photos of everything you are giving away so you can write it off on your income tax as well.

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