A short video on how to create your individual seller tags. This video also includes how to make both descriptive tags and labels.
Seriously...this one has a ton of tips!
Our Shoppers are selective!
Our PRICING GUIDE is available to help get you started and has tips on how to prepare items other than clothing. All items must be priced by the seller (unless you are using our Busy Mom Full Service option.) As a general rule, consider the original retail price -- whether you paid the original or not -- and take around 75 % off. If it is a "boutique" item or a current brand that is highly desirable you can price it a little higher. The same is true for items New with Tags.
Must be LIKE NEW Shoes need to be tied together when possible using string or zip ties. Please only bring your like-new shoes! Washing goes a long way, as well as using a magic eraser on soles. It works wonders in making them look new again! We ask that you write the SHOE SIZE on a bar code label and place your bar code inside EACH shoe (you can cut the barcode out of the new cardstock labels to make them smaller and tape it with clear packaging tape or use the bar code label option to create the smaller sticker). You may also safety pin or tie a tag to a shoe lace or through the shoe eyelet. Ziploc bags are okay for infant sizes but not good for larger sizes that may need to be tried on.
Games and boxed puzzles should have all the pieces and taped closed. Use a standard descriptive tag and sure it with painter's tape or address labels.
Place puzzle pieces into ziplock bags and tape the bag to the back of the puzzle. Another option is to wrap the completed puzzle in Saran wrap, then secure with tape.