Spring Closet Clean Out!


You have no idea how happy I am that it’s finally warm in the Midwest! I spent last weekend putting all my winter clothes into storage and moving my Spring/Summer wardrobe to the front of my closet. After moving studios and apartments a couple times over the last few years, I have taken on a more minimal lifestyle, and am trying to only hold on to the items that I use all the time…because you know how quickly things can pile up! I usually donate most of my stuff, but end up holding on to items I spent a bit more on with the plan to sell, but never seemed to get around to it. The good news, Ebay makes it super easy to list your items for sale, so my designer bags can find a new home!

Check out how easy it is:
1. List and sell it – First take a few photos of your items and list them to sell, follow the steps here.
2. Ship it – Once your stuff sells pack it up, use eBay labels to get a discount on shipping, then send on off to the new owner.
3. Get paid – Sign up for PayPal for a fast, easy, and safe way to get paid on eBay.

Stop by my listings here to snag a new bag for the Summer! And stay tuned I’ll be posting more soon!ispydiy_spingcleaning7ispydiy_spingcleaning

This post was written is partnership with eBay. Thank you for supporting my amazing sponsors!





  1. Lisa Mecham says:

    This bag is so cute! How long does it take to receive the ebay packaging to ship your stuff with?

  2. Michelle says:

    I should definitely try that sometime!

  3. Melody says:


  4. Marble work in India says:

    Nice art made by hands thanks for sharing with us through this post

Sorry comments are closed!!

Your comment is awaiting moderation.


  • Barnhouse | Fall Potting Station
  • ispydiy_laundrynook9
  • Fall decorated farmhouse living room from I Spy DIY
  • Barnhouse | Fall Potting Station
  • The relocated powder room, with Oakleaf wallpaper by Marthe Armitage from Hamilton Weston. The couple had it custom-printed in an olive green to match the wainscoting, which is painted in Portola’s Troubadour.