By: World Vintage
If you have multiples of one kind of item but intend to sell them separately you can include a photo of them as a collection with links to the other items in that photo. This will help people visualize as well as continue shopping!
By: Three Old Keys
I love the idea of a collection of things that are also graphic and functional. I think that is why I like tins and boxes so much. They can be stacked for an architectural effect as well as filled with trinkets, stamps, paper clips, band aids etc. I want all of these small tins to make my junk drawer go from a big mess to fabulous!
By: Sarah Anntiques
A collection of lunch boxes would look cool on a shelf in a study, laundry, craft room or kitchen. Medium size items could be stored in them and they would look great with labels attached as well! As a side note, I used a vintage black lunch box as a purse back in the 80's when I was a punker in high school!
By: J Hermann
Hat boxes, suitcases, wooden crates and jewelry boxes are all great items for a collection. They are perfect to stack and put in high places for storage.
By: Vintage And Such
In your description of an item suggest ways in which your item could be used that are unique. Give them ideas for what could be stored in them or how they could be stacked or displayed. Add the tag "storage" to tins, boxes, luggage and crates. Create a collection of items to list as a single item for sale and use the rule for odd number groupings.
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