As a consignor, you are responsible for hanging & tagging your own items for the amount you decide. We ask that you use wire hangers, safety pins, and cardstock to tag your items.
Place garments on hangers with the hook facing to the left (so it looks like a question mark). Be sure to keep sets together – you will get more money for your items that are in a set. When hanging a set (pants/shirt) attach shirt to the hanger and then hang pants on the back, not under the shirt. This will help the buyer look over the clothes and know what they are buying.
Please group items together so they will have a value of at least $2. All pants should be pinned to a hanger – not folded over. Do not jam a hanger into them – they will look terrible and it will ruin the pants. The 2" safety pins work best for pinning pants. Clothing items should be on wire hangers. The only exception is clothing under 12 months. Newborn - 12 month clothing can be on plastic hangers.
Toys and other large items should have packing tape securing the tag across the top of the tag. Items containing small parts may be placed in a Ziploc bag and attached to the item.
If your item has more than one piece attach a handwritten tag with your consignor # & a description, and attach the bar-coded tag on the largest piece. On the bar-coded tag – put how many pieces there are with the item (ex. 1 of 3). Do not attach a bar-coded tag to each piece – it gets very confusing.
Furniture - bassinets, changing tables, and playpens should be assembled so the buyer can see what they are buying.
Bedding - Packaging a bedding set together sells best. If you have the original packaging – it is even better because the buyer can fully see how the bedding will look in their room.
Infant Items - We accept bouncer seats, exersaucers, walkers, highchairs, diaper pails, potties, etc. Items should be thoroughly cleaned and consignors should check the link on the website for We Make It Safer to be sure their items have not been part of a recall.
Sporting gear & dance apparel - As with all shoes, cleats and other sporting shoes should be in good condition and clean. We also accept dance and gymnastics apparel.
Socks, Bibs, and Other Small Items - Small items should be grouped together with other similar items. For example, put about 5-8 pair of size 2T-3T socks together and price them together with one tag.
Shoes - Please only bring your gently used shoes. There is a limit of 15 pair per gender/per consignor. Shoes should be attached together by string, zip-ties, whatever it takes to keep them from getting separated. Item tags should be attached directly to the shoes (usually using a zip-tie or safety pin) - not on a bag. **Shoes ALWAYS get separated from tags. There are many reasons such as the tag not being properly attached in two locations, the tag being taped to a bag or the tag not being printed on cardstock and ripping off. Be sure to use a detailed description on shoes so we can attempt to match up shoes to the tags.