Consignor Information

What is a consignor?

A Kids EveryWEAR Consignment Sale consignor is YOU! If you have a minimum of 25 items (or fewer "high dollar" items totaling at least $75), then you have earned an "early shop" spot at our exclusive Consignor Sale!

Why choose to consign?

  • Trying facebook meetups to sell items one at a time only to have the buyer not show up or try to finagle your price is a big bummer!
  • You can make LOTS of money! Most consignment shops pay moms less than half of an item's selling price. Those stores that buy your clothing outright pay far less, often only $1-$2 for a brand name outfit in great condition. Kids EveryWear conducts highly successful, well-advertised clothing and equipment sales and we pay consignors 65% of an item's selling price minus a $12 fee!
  • When you sell your items at a regular consignment shop, the majority is rejected due to space limitations and overstock in a particular size. Provided your items meet our high quality standards and are priced competitively, you are welcome to clean those closets out!
  • You will never see at a traditional consignment store the traffic that a Kids EveryWear sale attracts. We bring in THOUSANDS of shoppers in the space of 1-2 weeks and sell more than 75% of our inventory.
  • Buyers can see, smell and touch the items, unlike an internet auction.
  • We do the advertising for you!
  • Better yet, you won't wait weeks for payment, but will receive your check immediately following the sale!

"I can't believe you had checks ready when I picked up my unsold items!" JB

  • Don't hassle with the stress of running your own yard sale either- hours of pricing clothes only to be offered a quarter for each gorgeous, name brand piece.

  • We've taken care of every detail - the advertising, the organization, even the climate-controlled indoor location! We've done it all for you AND you'll make a lot more money!

How do I become a consignor?

You must obtain a consignor code by completing the online consignor registration. You can then print your tag template from our website complete with your 4-DIGIT consignor code. Simply print multiple copies of your unique tag template onto your assigned color of 8 1/2 by 11 inch CARD STOCK (available at all office suppliers) on your own PC printer OR take a single master copy of your tag template to CopyMax, Staples, Kinkos, etc. to be copied onto CARD STOCK. This is typically heavy 67 lb paper. Please do not use regular 24 lb paper as tags will tear and fall off!

EXTREMELY IMPORTANT!!! We require specific colors of card stock according to your 4 digit codes! (These make sorting unsold items a much faster process, requiring far fewer volunteers!) Please see the Card stock Color List to determine what color card stock you will need OR just check your consignor registration confirmation page or confirmation email AFTER you have registered. Your code AND card stock color are both listed if you checked the checkbox indicating that you want to consign when you registered. If your confirmation subject line does not say You are registered as a consignor, please register again and look for the checkbox to indicate that you'd like to consign. If you want to donate any items which don't sell, tag them with WHITE card stock so that we don't have to sort them at sale end. White tag consignors shop an hour earlier on Consignor Full Price Shopping Day too!

PLEASE read the ENTIRE consignor section thoroughly so that you are familiar with all consignor requirements. Pay particular attention to instructions on preparing merchandise and tagging items to ensure that you receive proper payment for items sold and maximize your profits! This is a large and busy sale so each participant must follow guidelines carefully for it to run smoothly.

NOTE: You need a pass to drop-off and to shop at our sale. This pass will print on your registration confirmation, including a pass for YOU to shop at the half price & 75% off sales for consignors and for an unlimited number of your friends to shop at the Friends sale. Friends cannot shop with you and cannot shop early on our discount days. An unlimited # of your friends can shop at our friends sale by just telling us your name at the door! You don't have to be with them! For your consignor shopping times, your name is on your pass. We will check you in by ID when you arrive at your appointed time to shop early. If you do not have this pass because you lost or did not receive the email, just register again and reprint it or save it on your phone. Your code will stay the same. Please do not email to request a pass to shop!

What if I have consigned with Kids EveryWEAR Consignment Sale before?

You must STILL register again online for each sale because we need an accurate count of the number of consignors planning to participate in EACH sale for planning purposes. Your code will remain the same!

What if I have items tagged from another consignment sale?


Due to the huge possibility of duplicate codes as well as the general condition of items received in the past from other sales, we have come to the difficult decision to require that all items be tagged with Kids EveryWear tags and codes. We are VERY sorry, but we found that too many of these "leftovers" were not meeting the guidelines of our sale. We are very pleased with the increased quality of items since we made this decision and we think you will be too!

If your items are leftover from other sales (including ours), please evaluate their condition in light of Kids EveryWear guidelines and mark them down in price when re-tagging them to be sure they sell well! Please, please do not bring items that fail to meet Kids EveryWear quality/age standards! See Items Accepted for details.

I registered but cannot consign. How do I unregister?

Register again but this time type the word "unregister" where asked. Our consignor space is limited, so this frees up a spot for someone else. Thanks.

General Consignor Information

  • Consignors must complete online registration prior to EACH Kids EveryWear sale in which they plan to participate.
  • Your consignor code/card stock color will not change. You will be assigned the same code when registering for future Kids EveryWear sales.
  • Consignors keep 65% of the selling price of each item.
  • Consignors must bring a minimum of 25 items (or fewer "high dollar" items totaling at least $75).
  • Consignors may shop at the Consignor Sale which is scheduled after Volunteer Sales and before the public. If you would like to shop even earlier, we invite you to consider the many flexible volunteer options.
  • There is a $12 consignor fee that will be deducted from your earnings check to cover facility rental, advertising, additional racks, insurance, etc...
  • Consignors must read and accept conditions of consignor agreement upon registration.
  • Pay close attention to Items Accepted. Items which do not meet Kids EveryWear standards or are out of season will be removed from racks and left unsorted at sale's end. Please be considerate. Racks are very expensive and it is unfair to everyone when consignors cram them with sub-standard items. Please don't waste your time tagging items that will not sell. Look at each item as though you were buying it!
  • Attach tags like nobody's business. See Preparing Merchandise for tips on making sure your tags stay put!

Remember: You determine how much money you make by how many items you bring, how reasonably you price them, how you place them at drop-off, and most importantly by the quality of the merchandise you drop off!

Preparing Merchandise PLEASE READ

Kids EveryWear only accepts quality, clean and current items! See Items Accepted for additional information. Make sure you have scrutinized each item as though YOU were going to buy it. Check for stains, holes, missing parts, etc. These are unacceptable. Please thoroughly clean baby equipment, including washing fabric covers to car seats and strollers to make sure yours sell.

For simplicity gather all of your tagging supplies along with your items to be priced into one area. You will need:

  • Enough 67 lb CARDSTOCK copies of your tag template for the number of items you plan to sell (white if you plan to donate unsold items at sale end/your assigned color of cardstock if you plan to pickup your unsold items at sale end.) Tags from a previous Kids EveryWEAR sale are allowed if the consignor code is the same. Tags from other sales are not accepted.
  • Scissors or better yet a paper cutter to cut tags apart
  • Plastic or wire hangers: Child sized hangers work best for clothing up to size 4. Adult hangers work well for sizes 5 and up.
  • Safety pins (for securing pants to hangers, etc.)
  • Cable/zipties (available in electrical dept. of Home Depot, Lowes and Wal-Mart) to secure tags to clothing. Note: Cable ties are mandatory - no safety pins except when impossible to cable tie!!! Ties are cheaper, easier to use and prevent tag removal. See below for details on how to use. Northern Tool has the best prices on cable ties!
  • A tagging gun - this is NOT required, but attaching tags with TWO tag pins is better than attaching them with safety pins for items without a way to use a cable tie. 
  • Red, black and/or green pens
  • Hole punch
  • Ziploc bags (assorted sizes) for toys, socks, etc.
  • Packing tape for attaching tags to toys, etc.
  • Painters tape for attaching tags to books and game/puzzle boxes (prevents tearing)
  • Scotch tape to reinforce tags at hole punch - please reinforce tags only on shoes, toys and heavy items as these fall off easily. It is unnecessary to reinforce clothing tags!
  • Long cable ties for hanging shoes together.
  • Rubber bands for grouping all same-size, same-gender items after pricing

Recommended step-by-step procedure for tagging LOTS of clothes:

  • A fresh laundering and ironing will help sell your item. 
  • Place all garments on hangers with hook opening such that as you face the item, the hook looks like a question mark "?". Please snap all snaps and button all buttons to ensure they are all accounted for and that the item will display well. DO NOT attach items to hanger using zipties. Customers want to try on items before purchasing and cannot do so if you ziptie your item to the hanger.
  • ALL clothing (except undergarments including "Onesie" undershirts) must be on hangers. Sleepers, pj's, snap-crotch shirts, etc. will not sell in bags! Undergarments are the ONLY clothing items that are to be in clear Ziploc bags!
  • Separate all clothing into piles by size to expedite tagging. This way, when you're working on pile of 6's for example, you don't have to keep stopping to search for the size on the garment. Helpful Hint: 24 months and 2T items will be hung on the same rack.
  • In the upper right corner, write the SINGLE, LARGEST numerical size, e.g. 12-18m = 18m for all children's items. Do not use S/M/L etc for children's items. 
  • Juniors, Ladies' and Young Men's sizing should follow the exact size written on the inside label.  Unlike children's clothing for which you should use only numeric sizing, mark your tags for these teen/grown up items with XS, S, M, L, XL, XXL or the numeric size AS WRITTEN ON THE ITEM'S LABEL and add the word Jrs., Ladies' or Men's in front of the size. Please do not make up numeric sizing for Jrs., Women's, or Men's clothing!  Also, men's pants should be labeled with the waist and length eg. 30x32. Remember that we DO NOT accept men's business attire but only young, trendy brands designed for teenagers.
  • Items with a size range, i.e. 3-6 months, 6-9 months, 12-18 months or 18-24 months will hang with the LARGEST size in the range.
  • Fill out tags with all required information.
  • Attach tags to garments as you complete them. DO NOT attach tag to hanger! Only to garment! Customers want to try on these items. If you cable tie the item to the hanger, they can't try them on and your items won't sell as readily. Please use TWO tag pins if you use a tagging gun and DO NOT push the tag pin through the main fabric, only through a seam where it absolutely can't damage the item.
  • Hang all Snuglis, Bjorn Carriers, Slings and Head Supports on pant hangers
  • Shoes should be joined with extra-long cable ties so that they display well at the sale. Add one to two cable ties through the one joining the shoes so that the tie will be long enough to hang the shoes neatly on our shoe rack. Please no Ziploc bags! Shoes in Ziploc bags or tight/short cable ties do not hang and display well! Shoes must be clean and like-new with no scuffed toes! "Magic Erasers" remove superficial scuffs!
  • PLEASE be sure your items are marked with a PRICE!!! Customers typically pass over unmarked items, rather than ask.
  • Safety pins are not accepted unless it is impossible to attach tags with cable ties as in the case of many new "tagless" tees and pjs. Safety pins are fine for these, but be careful not to damage delicate knit fabric!
  • If an item is in a Ziploc, please attach the price tag to the item, not the Ziploc, as they may become separated.

Watching these videos should help you as you tag your items.

Filling out tag info

We will hold 50% and 75% off clearance sales on the final two days of the sale.

If you do NOT wish your items to be discounted, fill out the price in red ink. If you would like to have your remaining items reduced to 50% for the last two days, use green ink.

If you would like to try to sell ALL, price in black ink. Your remaining items will be reduced to 50% on the second to last day and then to 75% off on the final day of the sale.

We strongly encourage pricing items in black or green ink. Approximately 1/3 to 1/2 of our entire inventory sells during the preview sales to volunteers and consignors! At least another half of what remains sells on the first public sale day! Unless an item is overpriced, most of our shoppers DO NOT WAIT for items to be discounted, but snap them up on sight! At a sale like ours, bargains do not last long! If an item is worth having and is fairly priced, it will almost always sell at full price. By pricing in black or green, you are ensuring that the highest possible percentage of your items sells! Most of our veteran consignors allow their items to be discounted, make a ton of money, and sell 90% of what they bring! See Pricing for more tips.

On the tag bottom appears your pre-printed consignor ID number and barcode just above the logo.

  • Please use WHITE CARDSTOCK to tag any items that you wish to donate if they do not sell! This helps tremendously in reducing our sorting time but most importantly blesses needy children. Please consider donating! Do you REALLY want to get your items back? See Donating Unsold Items for more info on who gets donated items. If you want to pickup unsold items, use your assigned color cardstock (see your confirmation email or this chart.)
  • In the upper right corner, write the single, largest numerical size, e.g. 12-18m = 18m.
  • For children's clothing items, do NOT use S, M, or L as this means absolutely nothing from one brand to the next! 
  • Juniors, Ladies' and Young Men's sizing should follow the exact size written on the inside label.  Unlike children's clothing for which you should use only numeric sizing, mark your tags for these teen/grown up items with XS, S, M, L, XL, XXL or the numeric size AS WRITTEN ON THE ITEM'S LABEL and add the word Jrs., Ladies' or Men's in front of the size. Please do not make up numeric sizing for Jrs., Women's or Men's clothing!  Also, men's pants should be labelled with the waist and length eg. 30x32. Remember that we DO NOT accept men's business attire but only young, trendy brands designed for teenagers.
  • If you KNOW an item fits weird, a 2T fits exactly like all your other 18m items for instance, label item "fits like 18m" and place it with the other 18m items. Be careful you're not biased by the size of your child, but by comparable items of clothing!
  • In the center of the tag write the price in whole dollar increments. If items are worth less than $1, combine like items to price group at a minimum of $1 (onesies, socks, books, etc.) Do not get creative and add decimal places to the tags. They have been printed with ".00" on purpose!
  • In the spaces provided write a description of the items including brand, color, and number of pieces if the item has MORE than 1 piece. We suggest you use the description space to "sell" your item. Be sure to point out if it's a name-brand label, if it's new and has the original sales tags attached or other important information such as the current retail price if it is a big-ticket item. Tags DO fall off no matter how careful you are. We make every effort to match tags back to items so that they can sell! We absolutely cannot do this with descriptions like "shirt" or "toy." The more specific you are the better! Clear descriptions also increase the security of items!

Double check items for price and code!

Attaching Tags

When tags become separated from items, everyone loses! We will not sell items without tags because the consignor cannot be properly paid. We refuse to pocket your money! PLEASE help us to sell as many of your items as possible by making every effort to make sure those suckers stay put!

Attaching Tags to Clothing Items

Cable ties work best for almost all clothing items and some other miscellaneous items like Snuglis and diaper bags. Once a cable tie is fastened properly, it cannot come open.

  • Simply punch a hole in each tag in the designated spot, slip the cable tie through the hole and loop it through garment label, button hole, belt loop, etc. Make certain to zip the cable tie correctly so that it cannot slide open! Check that you didn't insert it through the tie zipper backwards!
  • Do not attach cable tie to hanger, only to garment, so that customer can try the item on.
  • If there is no secure place on the garment through which to loop a cable tie (tagless t-shirts for example), use a safety pin through your hole punch and position tag on the garment's upper left, i.e. "over the heart". Do NOT attach tags to hangers, but directly to garments!
  • When hanging pants, be sure you PIN the pants to the hanger shoulders, not the straight bottom edge, to keep them from sliding around and to display them best. Pant hangers with clips are ideal. Do not fold pants over hangers.
  • For sets, hang the shirt on the hanger and then pin the pants to the back of the shirt at shoulders, catching the top of the hanger, so that both pieces can be viewed fully without unpinning or raising the shirt, with the pants facing the opposite direction of the shirt. This allows shoppers to see the pants easily and prevents them from becoming separated from the outfit. Be sure both items of your set are the same size, otherwise please sell separately! See directions for pricing sets in the Pricing section to follow.
  • If you choose to hang pieces of a matching outfit on separate hangers (i.e. delicate fabric that may be damaged by pins), secure the necks of the hangers with a cable tie. Do not use rubber bands for this purpose! Make certain pants will stay on the hanger!
  • Please do not attach garments to the hanger. Many shoppers want to try items on!

Attaching Tags to Shoes

  • Shoes should be secured together with extra-long cable ties. If you only have short ties, use one to secure the pair together and then add one or more cable tie to create a chain. This helps them to display well on our rack system.
  • Do not seal shoes in plastic bags unless you cannot find a way to secure the pair. Tags can usually be attached with cable ties through a grommet, buckle hole, etc... If absolutely necessary, put them in a Ziploc bag, seal the bag with packing tape and tape tag to bag. Make sure descriptions are detailed.
  • Please do not put a price tag on each shoe, only one tag per pair.

Suggestion:  Strengthen the top left corner of tags for shoes with a small piece of scotch tape prior to hole-punching to reinforce its security.

Attaching Tags to Toys, Equipment, and Housewares

  • Consider providing manuals and/or internet reviews for high-dollar items, especially if they have unique features. Secure them to items in a Ziploc bag.
  • Make sure DVDs, CDs, etc. are in their CORRECT packages and seal with masking tape. Open dvd's and puzzles to count pieces and to check content before sealing.
  • Packing tape and/or cable ties are usually ideal for toy items.
  • Strengthen the top left corner of tags for toys with a small piece of scotch tape prior to hole punching to reinforce its security. Many tags fall off when people rummage through shelves and bins.
  • Toys get played with! Secure pieces carefully! We cannot be responsible if your toy parts get separated. If there are multiple pieces being sold together, secure them well.
  • Batteries MUST be included with all battery-operated items. NOTE: Consignors bringing items requiring batteries without working batteries may be charged $1 for each battery that Kids EveryWear installs in the item in order to sell it. Deductions will be made from consignor checks. Because Kids EveryWear is committed to customer satisfaction, we reserve the right to pull any items of questionable condition from the sales floor. We cannot offer returns, so shoppers are quite wary to purchase items that may not work. Dollar stores sell batteries.
  • Cribs, swings, and pack 'n plays MUST be set up by you! We have a 100% selling record for all assembled cribs!
  • Please print this comprehensive list of toys if you think it will help you at dropoff.
  • Ziptie electrical cords!

Attaching Tags to Hats

  • As with any item, if there is a label or a place to which you can attach a ziptie, use it. Otherwise, use a safety pin.

Attaching Tags to Multiple Piece Items and Clothing Sets

  • On all multiple piece clothing items and on large multiple piece items (i.e. crib and changing table set or car seat with 2 bases) write "1 of 2" and "2 of 2" with descriptions on each piece, but ONLY put a price on the tag on the most visible part of the set!!! DO NOT put a price on both tags, only on the tag marked piece 1 of 1!!! On the 2nd tag, write “See price on tag 1” INSTEAD of a price to alert customers and our detaggers to the other tag and price of the combined set.

Attaching Tags to Socks, Undergarments, Receiving Blankets, etc.

  • Put in Ziplocs and seal with clear packing tape. Tape tag with detailed description on bags. Group like items of same size together so that they can be priced at a $1 minimum.
  • We prefer bibs NOT in bags so people can clearly see that they do not have stains.

Attaching Tags to Crib sets/Bumpers, etc.

  • Put these in their original plastic bags if you have that, tape over the hole punch area of the tag and then hole punch, and attach the tag to the zipper of the bag, or use huge Ziploc bags. These are available at Dollar Tree. Tape tag to outside of bag.

Attaching Tags to Books, Board Games, Puzzles...

  • Prior to taping these items shut, count the # of pieces and write "all pieces included" on the tag. Blue painters tape is ideal for sealing these as it is less likely to tear delicate surfaces.
  • Be sure to wrap wooden puzzles in plastic wrap first before taping or tape ruins the front of the puzzle! Seal the plastic wrap with clear packing tape, but be sure packing tape does not come in direct contact with the puzzle! 2 gallon Ziplocs also fit puzzles well and help prevent damage.
  • Check books for missing, torn pages.
  • If you group multiple titles, seal in a Ziploc with clear packing tape, attach tag to bag and list all titles under tag description.

Tagging LOTS of books? Pre-sorting into the following categories will make for a quick drop off! Because we sort our books so carefully, we sell a much higher percentage of them than other sales! Print this list here.

To make your book drop-off go smoothly and quickly, please pre-sort your books into the following categories that you will need to separate for bin drop-off:

  • Board Books
  • Musical or sound-making books
  • Hardback Picture Storybooks
  • Paperback Picture Storybooks
  • Early Readers (labeled as Early Reader, My First Reader, Readers Levels 1-4)
  • Early Chapter Books (i.e., Magic Tree House, Junie B. Jones, Box Car Kids, Geronimo Stilton, Captain Underpants, Cam Jansen, Rainbow Magic, Horrible Harry, Barbie, Scooby-Doo, etc.)
  • Parenting (for toddler and above)
    • NOTE: Infancy and Pregnancy books go in the Infant Supply Department.
  • Chapter Books for Older Girls and Boys (This area includes series such as American Girl, Nancy Drew, Hardy Boys, Animal Ark, Encyclopedia Brown, Judy Moody, books by Jerry Spinelli, Judy Blume, Beverly Cleary, Andrew Clements, etc.)
  • Young Adult Books
  • Teacher-aides
  • Non-fiction
  • Biblical or Inspirational
  • NOTE: We do not accept adult-oriented books! No adult novels. No cookbooks. Sorry.

To make your clothing drop-off go smoothly and quickly, please pre-sort your clothing into the following categories in which you will hang your items at drop-off:

  • Boutique
  • Dresses
  • Holiday
  • Pajamas
  • Dancewear
  • Skirts
  • Costumes
  • Bathing suits (Spring sale only)
  • Short-sleeved shirts
  • Polos
  • Coats
  • Long-sleeved shirts
  • Pants


NOTE: If you bring your books sub-divided into boxes/containers that you do not want returned, you can just hand them to our volunteers for us to immediately take to the back to be shelved and you do not need to separate them into bins. This saves you time and helps us by keeping the bins from filling up so quickly. Thank you!

Puzzles, games and all multi-pieced items MUST be complete. Assemble them or count items to verify completeness, then mark "all pieces included" on tags and seal to prevent loss.

Also open DVD cases to check content, close, seal, then mark "DVD checked."

Housewares, Home Décor Accessories, and Other Items Accepted
Williams Sonoma, Pottery Barn, Restoration Hardware, Ballard Designs, Pampered Chef, Creative Memories, Stamping Up, and any other like new, hot items you are sure will sell.

  • For paintings/art work, please tape tag to the front of all pictures and hang pictures on nails on walls in Housewares department for best display.
  • For all other items, tag as you would anything else.
    • Zipties are optimal when there is a way to attach them so they can't be removed without scissors.
    • Blue painter's tape works well; packing tape is also an option, but only when its removal will not damage the item.
    • Be sure the tag is adhered to stay, but won't cause damage when removed.
    • If there are multiple items in a large set, be sure to tag and label all items. For example, an out of the box crock pot with lid: put the price on Tag 1 and write "See Tag 1" as the price on tags 2 & 3.
    • For smaller sets of items, use ziplocs bags to keep them together and label the bag.
    • Zip-tie electrical cords

Houseware items will not be sorted at sale end. This is to provide enough staff to create a smooth sale. We do not have the staff available to sort Housewares. Please prepare to locate any items you wish to pick up. We cannot be held responsible for any loss or damage to your Houseware items, although we do our best to protect everything we sell!

  • Unsold items will be donated at sale end if not picked up so please don’t forget to pull them from the racks at Pick Up.

To avoid the crowds at Pick Up, feel free to volunteer to work the afternoon sort shift and bring your items home at the end of your shift or come the 75% off evening of the sale to pull your Ladies/Jr's/Men's/Houseware items instead of waiting until Pick Up.

Furniture Items Accepted Note: Please email a description of your large furniture items for pre-approval. Because of the size of these items and limited space at the sale, we will be accepting only those which are pre-approved.


Cardstock Color List

Note:  If your code begins with a 1, 3, 4, or 7, and you use your assigned color paper (not white paper) you may need to write the word "red" or the word "green" beside your price if you use red or green ink for full price only or half off only so that shoppers can tell what color ink you have used. Thanks. Feel free to use LIGHT PINK instead of RED PAPER for code 3000's.

Why do we assign cardstock colors? It helps us sort the unsold items at the end of the sale much more quickly. You will be able to find your sorted unsold items more quickly at pickup as well. 

Any weight heavier than 65 lb paper is allowed!


Express Tagging - We Tag for You

No time? Tons of stuff to sell? Don't worry. We've got your back! Drop off your items at our location at the old Sears at Cary Towne Center. We'll do the work! We provide the hangers, the zip-ties, the time, and YOU GET THE MOOLA!


  • Space is VERY limited. Slots fill quickly. Before emailing us to ensure we are able to take your items for Express Tagging and to choose a drop-off time, you must register as a consignor.
  • Next, email us to ask for Express Tag Drop-off. In this email you must forward us your confirmation email which says that you are registered as a consignor. If you can't find that email, register again. Your code stays the same.
    • Your confirmation email will list your code.
    • You must tell us your cell phone number just in case we need to contact you.
    • The express tag fee is $5 for hangers, zipties, cardstock, printing, safety pins, etc. To confirm your Express Tag spot, you will need to paypal us this fee. Your Express Tag spot is NOT confirmed until we have received the fee via paypal to



  • If you want to have colored tags to pick up your unsold items, you must print your tags. If we run out of tags, we will print the remainder of your tags on white cardstock. Use colored cardstock if you wish to pickup your unsold items. Just bring as many tags as you bring items, plus a few extra. You must print a minimum of 15 pages of tags. We are not able to return extra tags.
  • If you choose to print your tags on your assigned cardstock color and not to donate the leftovers at the sale end, you are responsible to go to Pickup to get your leftover items. Any items not picked up are donated that evening. Sorry, no exceptions.
  • Have a few items you don't want to donate? You may mark specific items to use colored tags and bring enough colored tags only for those items. We will print white tags for the remainder of your items.


  • Be sure to adhere to our Items Accepted list. Any items dropped off that are not on this list will be donated as we cannot store and return unacceptable items.
  • All items should be freshly laundered and ironed as needed. Your items must be clean, pressed or neat, and complete. No stains, tears, or off-season items. We will donate all damaged or unacceptable items. PLEASE check your items and discard all unacceptable items before dropping off.
  • All items must be in working condition. Items requiring batteries must have working batteries or we will donate the item.
  • If you feel strongly about the price of large items, feel free to let us know, and we will use the price you suggest. You may write the price CLEARLY on blue painters tape attached to the item and point it out to us at drop-off.
  • Your items must be in boxes or large garbage bags tied shut that we can throw away with your consignor code clearly labeled on the boxes or bags. (A plastic bin is fine but you WILL NOT get it back. Adhere a piece of tape and write code on tape, not on the bin please.) Please write your code on painters tape on any items not able to be boxed or bagged.
  • You drop them off during our Express Tagging Drop-off time that we arrange with you. Drive to the middle set of glass doors on the far side of the mall. The first set of doors is where you enter to shop on the Food Court side of the mall. The third set of doors is on the JC Penney side and is marked No Entry. Between these two sides of the mall is a middle  entrance to the Sears space. There is an Express Tag Entrance handwritten sign, aqua paper over the doors, and no huge banner. There is a tiny parking lot where you will park to unload. Please text us when you arrive and we will unlock these doors. Then bring all items to the location we show you and alert us to any specific items you need tagged at a particular price or with colored tags. 


  • For express tag pricing, we use black ink. Items will go to 50% off and then 75% off if they have not sold before those sale days.
  • We will fill your tags out for you. We will fill out the tag’s description, price, size, etc and hang on hangers, attach tags, put out the items properly, and sell them! 
  • You may come get your check at Pickup or it is mailed to you that week. Remember, your unsold items will only be available at this time if you provided colored tags for them.
  • You pay the standard $12 consignor fee as always. However, you earn 45% of your total sales instead of the usual 65%. 
  • You get to shop our Consignor Pre-sale for full, half, and 75% off!


...keeping down the cost of growing up!



At Kids EveryWEAR Consignment Sale, consignors price their own items. That's one of the reason the sale is so much fun to shop - the deals are amazing and prices really vary! After printing your tags online on white or your designated color of 67 lb. cardstock, you will complete the price (all prices end in $.00), size, and description on the tag with a pen (See pen colors below). Carefully consider the age and condition of an item when pricing. Scrutinize each piece as if YOU were planning to purchase it. Items that are priced too high will not sell! We suggest you price name brand items in excellent condition at approximately 1/5 of the original retail price.

Keep in mind your "competition." Will there be plenty of items like this one to choose from? There is always a plentiful selection of like-new infant sizes 0-9 months. They get little wear! Consider pricing these items on the low side. If your teeny sizes show any wear, we ask you to donate them to a great charity! Please bring only like new newborn - 9mo items to the sale and price them low. On the other hand, if you have like new, basic, brand name boys clothing in larger sizes, you will likely get the higher end of our recommended pricing as we have the fewest items in 2T and above boys sizes.

Remember these pricing tips:

  • You are including them in the sale in order to "SELL" them. Do not over-price. Most single clothing items are priced in the $2-$7 range.
  • Put yourself in the shoes of a shopper and ask yourself, "Would I buy this item, in this shape, for this price?"
  • Try not to attach sentimental feelings to your price. Emotion will often lead to over-pricing.

Remember your discount options, too. At Kids EveryWear, you have the ultimate flexibility and control over pricing!

We will hold 50% and 75% off clearance sales on the final two days of the sale.

  • If you do NOT wish your items to be discounted, fill out tag info and price in red ink. We suggest you use red ink sparingly for those treasures you'd rather get back than discount.
  • If you would like to have your remaining items reduced to 50% for the last two days, price in green ink.
  • If you would like to try to sell ALL, price in black ink. But don't price higher just because you use black ink! Your remaining items will be reduced to 50% on the second to last day and then to 75% off on the final day, after they have been offered at full price for several days. This is the best option if you want to sell all!


Need help pricing toys & equipment and cannot remember the original price? Google the item. Be sure if you use ebay to only check SOLD item listings and price lower as you don't have to ship your items.




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