- What percentage will I earn from my sales as a consignor?
- What is the minimum and maximum number of items I can consign?
- Is there a fee to consign?
- What can I sell?
- When will I receive payment for the items I have sold?
- Where can I find white cardstock?
- Where can I find wire hangers?
- How do I go about pricing my items?
- How do I tag my items?
- What will happen at drop off and how long will it take?
- Where will happen to my unsold items?
- How will I know if my items have sold?
- Will consigning be worth my time?
- When and where is the sale?
- I do not have any children’s items to sell, is it possible to still shop early?
- Are children allowed at the sale?
- What forms of payment are accepted?
- What is the return policy?
Any Other Questions? Please contact us.
60-70%. Volunteer 1 shift = 65%, Volunteer 2 shifts = 70%
The minimum number of items is 25 and the maximum number is 250.
There is a $14 nonrefundable fee to consign that helps to pay for a portion of rent, advertising, rentals, etc.
This Little Piggy accepts new and gently used children’s clothing, toys, baby equipment, books, children’s décor, and many other children’s items. Please visit our acceptable and unacceptable section in the consignor section.
Checks will be mailed out within two weeks of the close of the sale.
Cardstock can be purchased at most hobby and office supply stores. Michaels, Jo-Ann’s Fabrics and Hobby Lobby have a large selection. Do not purchase the extra thick stock because it may be too thick for your printer.
Wire hangers can often be purchased at dry cleaning stores at a discounted price. They can also be found at Walmart, Target and dollar stores.
We recommend pricing your clothing items for 25-40% of their original price. Baby gear, toys and current in demand items may sell for 50% of their original price. On the final day of the sale, you have the option to mark all or some of your items for 50%off. An extremely useful pricing guide can be found on Consignmentmommies.com
After you have registered as a consignor you may begin to input your items into the program. Prepare washed clothing on wire hangers and attached the printed barcode tags with a tagging gun or safety pin. For toys and larger items, attached the barcode tag with packing tape. Do not place tape over the barcode. To see all tagging instructions, click here.
All items will be inspected at drop off to be certain they are stain free and in working order. Please do not be offended if an item is declined. We strive to put forth excellent items to sell and feel if you would not buy it, do not sell it. Once the items have been inspected you will be asked to place your items on the sale floor. The entire process will take 20 to 30 minutes.
You have the option to pick up unsold items or to mark the tag to donate. Items that are not sold and that are marked donate will be donated to the charity we have chosen and that is listed in the consignor agreement.
At the close of each sale day you will be able to look up the items that have sold on the My Sales Manager software.
While consigning may seem like a lot of work, it can be very profitable and will become easier as you become more familiar with the process.
We hold our sale event twice a year. Because we are not an actual store, our location may change from one sale to the next.
Yes, by volunteering for one of more shifts you are able to shop at the private presale. You can also purchase a presale pass that will admit one for $5.00.
Children are allowed at your discretion; however, large diaper bags and strollers are discouraged. Please keep your children with you and do not allow them to play with toys or open any packages.
We accept cash, credit or debit (visa or MasterCard.) Checks will not be accepted.
All sales are final, please take the time to inspect all items prior to making your purchase.
We have several advertising opportunities to take advantage of. Please click here to see what is available.