I tried selling on eBay before, and with mixed results. Some things are just such a pain to properly wrap and ship that it just is not worth selling them, at least to me, it wasn't. One of the things that I had the most success with turned out to be something that I don't even like------cook books ! Some of the older Betty Crocker , Pillsbury, and similar cookbooks are actually worth fairly good money, considering that I got the books at the thrift store for a dollar or two, and sold them for $10-15. Since I like browsing at thrift stores anyway, this seems to be something that fits my style, and I can have fun amd make some money, too. I discovered that some of the older sewing patterns sell for $20-$50; but it is hard to even find sewing patterns in thrift stores anymore, let alone the older ones from the 50's and 60's that people are looking for. The weather seems to be looking a little more like Spring; and I like driving better then, so I will probably try looking for some good possibilities of things to sell on eBay again this year.