I bought 14 robot drawings for $1.19, plus $0.50 shipping

Etsy seller robotcamp was selling 14 drawings of robots for the low low price of $1.19. How can anyone resist? Apparently the 91 people who viewed that auction could resist. I, however, could not resist.

Here’s a screenshot of the order form:

( side note: Shout-out to Tom for subscribing to my RSS feed. If you subscribe to my RSS feed in Google Reader, let me know and I’ll feature YOU in a shout-out like this one.)

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Vera
Vera
12 years ago

Say what? $1.19? I’m jeally! I need to check out etsy more often.

Tom Saaristo
12 years ago

I’ve been thinking for years that you should sell on etsy. I’m thinking about selling Christmas Cookies on etsy! ReallY!

unlikelymoose
12 years ago

Etsy rules the school. I’ve been selling on Etsy for a little over two years. It has a great community. It totally kicks ebay’s butt. I’m going to shamelessly give my store a plug here: http://artis3letters.etsy.com affordable conceptual postmodern paintings

unlikelymoose
12 years ago

I came across the robot drawing listing by doing a search for “sketch” and limiting the search results to listings priced $1-$2. btw, etsy doesn’t do auctions. There’s no bidding involved. You buy and you’re done. You should totally sell cookies on Etsy, Tom! that’d be awesome!

Sparx
12 years ago

What does MP3M stand for? Also, *I* totally subscribe to your RSS feed!

Tom Saaristo
12 years ago

In other news, I just added Savage Chickens to my Google Reader!

Tom Saaristo
12 years ago

MP3M is a personal MP3 streaming server, but I’m not sure that’s what spud’s robot is/does

Sparx
12 years ago

CP30? You mean C-3PO?

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