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    I'm debating on buying a cedar chest off of Craigslist for $60.00.

    She said she used it for her scrapping stuff and it held it all very well but she's moving and not taking it with her.

    What do you think?
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    It really depends on how big it is. I wouldn't spend $60 just on something to store scrapbooking supplies. If it is a decorative storage item, it would be a decent deal. Try offering $50 and see if she takes it.
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    I agree, if it's a nice looking piece 60.00 isn't bad for a cedar chest. But if it's pretty beat up, you could probably find some nicer storage options for cheaper.

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    She wanted $75. I offered $50. She countered with $60. I'll ask what kind of condition it's in. She says it needs new wheels but other than that.... The thing is, with cedar, if I don't use it for scrapping I can use it for sweaters.... It's like I'm torn.
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    I would take a look at it before you decide. tell her you want to come look at it. I never decide on anything until i look at it.
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    I think $60 sounds like a good deal. Do you have plenty of room in your house for it? That would be my problem....no room in my so called "scrap space!" I hope you get the deal you are looking for.
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    I know that cedar chest are expensive. I would go see it. The drawback would be if its deep you will have to take everything out to get to the bottom. KWIM?

    One more thing to consider- cedar wood makes my nose run/asthma. Ever been around it?
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    Definitely get a picture and dimensions.
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    Hmm, not sure I would pay 60 for a scrapbook cedar chest. I use the special 12 x 12 clear drawer system...MUCH cheeper!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtsugrad View Post
    I know that cedar chest are expensive. I would go see it. The drawback would be if its deep you will have to take everything out to get to the bottom. KWIM?

    One more thing to consider- cedar wood makes my nose run/asthma. Ever been around it?
    Me too! Wouldn't be much fun to have a runny nose every time you wanna scrap.

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