All of our tagging is done online. In order
to use our system, you must first create an account and register for
Quality means name brands. Quality means only slightly worn items. No tears. No stains. No odors. No broken snaps or zippers. Please DO NOT send these items. We will not put them on the rack. And we must have final say on whether or not clothing is "quality." Kids at Play Consignment sale is not for everybody. Some people don't mind what their children wear, and that is perfectly OK. But this sale is not a garage sale, so we are sticklers about quality.
Items Accepted At Kids at Play Consignment we accept all kinds of childrens items. In our Spring Sale we accept:Spring/Summer Clothing sizes 0-16, plus Juniors Clothing and Maternity Wear. Along with Videos, Dvds, Games, Books, Shoes,Room Decor, Bedding, Baby and Nursery Items and Equipment. In our Fall/Winter Sale we accept: Fall/Winter Clothing sizes 0-16, plus Juniors Clothing and Maternity Wear. Along with Videos, DVDs, Games, Books, Shoes,Room Decor, Bedding, Baby and Nursery Items and Equipment, Winter Coats and Halloween Costumes. Both sales we will accept blue jeans, light weight jackets and short sleeve shirts.We also take Pagent and Formal Wear. Items NOT accepted:
Out of season, stained, ripped, torn, pilled or otherwise damaged items. We do not accept stuffed animals. All items should smell fresh & clean. If your items requires batteries,please put them in it. Carseats must be no more than five years old and have a car seat state form attached to it.(Email me for form.)
There is a 150 limit on items and a 10 pair limit on shoes. There is a minimum of at least 50 items. We will gladly allow you to add more items, there are 2 ways to do this. ONE: Each 4 hour shift you sign up to volunteer allows you to add 50 more items. EX: Work one four hour shift, your choice from our volunteer page, and you will be allowed to bring 200 items. If you work 2, 4 hour shifts you can bring 250 items and so on and so on. or, TWO: You can pay an additional $10.00 for an additional 150 items.
1.Sort-Sort clothing by gender and size and grouping non-clothing items together. This will save you a lot of time.
2.Log in- Log in to your Seller Home Page and click on Enter Items, begin creating your tags.
3. Pricing-We suggest pricing items around 1/3 to 1/4 of the price they were when new. Boutique brands, carseats, strollers and big play yard items will sell for more. So price according to what you might pay for that item. If you price your items using our suggestive pricing guide below, you will find that they will sell quickly.
Two Piece Sets
Dresser Changing Table
Bassiette/Pack and Play
$2 - 5
|4.Discount-If you want to discount your items for half price day, then you will need to check this box. If not then leave it blank, this is entirely up to you.
5.Donate-If you want to donate your items that do not sell, you will need to check this box Donate, if you choose not to donate leave this box blank.
6.Sizes, Catagories and Descriptions-Please use numerical numbers for sizing your clothes. Only use S/M/L for maternity clothing. Also in order to help us with lost tags, you will need to list as much description as possible.
Printing tags: Click on Print Tags. Then click on the circle that says Items that have not been printed or sold.
Then click on the down arrow and select the sale you are wanting the tags to print for. Then click on Generate List. You will need a print code which is PL116176
Check box of items you want to print, if all then just check the main box beside Generate Tags. Then Click on Generate Tags.
A box will appear telling you how many tags you are wanting to print. Click on OK.
Click on the link that reads "Click Here to Download your tags Document."
Wait for the page to load and you will see your tags. Go to the picture of the printer and click on it. You should be ready to print. Click ok. If your tags printed the correct way then click on x at the top of the screen, this will close this page and take you back. If you are finished you can click on the x again and it will close the page.
You do not have to enter and print your tags all at one time.
You can do a few and take a break then do some more at a later date. But this is VERY IMPORTANT, if you do this you will need to follow these printing instructions or you will end up printing tags you previously printed. Following the above directions on entering items, Click on Print Tags, You will want to change the highlighted field to items that have NOT been printed or NOT sold. Then you can follow the rest of the instructions above. Each tag has a different number on it, so you can not photo copy your tags. You must print a tag for each item.
Supplies needed:We accept wire or plastic hangers, safety pins, packing tape, ziploc bags, white computer printer paper
CPSC Guidelines and Recal Information:When buying or selling previously owned items, you should always check to make sure that the item does not have a recall first. A good place to check is www.cpsc.gov/index.html - U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission.
In February 2009, new requirements of the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA) take effect. Manufacturers, importers and retailers are expected to comply with the new Congressionally-mandated laws. Beginning February 10, 2009, childrens products cannot be sold if they contain more than 600 parts per million (ppm) total lead. Certain childrens products manufactured on or after February 10, 2009 cannot be sold if they contain more than 0.1% of certain specific phthalates or if they fail to meet new mandatory standards for toys. The new law requires that domestic manufacturers and importers certify that childrens products made after February 10 meet all the new safety standards and the lead ban. Sellers of used childrens products, such as thrift stores and consignment stores, are not required to certify that those products meet the new lead limits, phthalates standard or new toy standards. While CPSC expects every company to comply fully with the new laws resellers should pay special attention to certain product categories. Among these are recalled childrens products, particularly cribs and play yards; childrens products that may contain lead, such as childrens jewelry and painted wooden or metal toys; flimsily made toys that are easily breakable into small parts; toys that lack the required age warnings; and dolls and stuffed toys that have buttons, eyes, noses or other small parts that are not securely fastened and could present a choking hazard for young children.