Spring 2018 Mid-South Children’s Consignment Sale Directory


How I consign – Making the most of your valuable mommy time (part 3)

Snowpocalypse 2018,  Snowpression, Snowhostage 2018, or whatever other catchphrase you called your extended winter break with the little ones earlier this month, it’s clearly wintertime in Memphis. Now that Mother Nature has taken her bitchy firm grip on the families of the mid-south, what better way to break the chill of the freezing temps than to sort through closets full of bathing suits and seersucker shorts?  If you missed my previous Spring and Fall posts about getting in on the fun and navigating the consignment sale commotion, you can check them out here on the Memphis Moms Blog site:  Spring 2017 and Fall 2017.

In my first two posts on local consigning, I focused on how to get started, supplies needed, tagging tips and seasonal considerations of selling your items.  In this post, I’m going to focus on how you can make the most of your time and energy: get the clutter out and bank more money in your pocket. Here is how to do it.

Volunteer – several sales will give you more of your percentage fee back if you volunteer.  Some only require one shift to gain an additional 5 (or more) percent of you earnings.  Shifts are typically only 4-6 hours and usually there are several slots to choose from.  I have volunteered at almost all of the public sales at least once.  It’s a great way to learn the ropes from the inside and figure out which sales you feel are a better fit for you and your items.  Plus, you get the inside scoop on pricing what sells better where!

Can’t get it together, let the sale do it for you –  several sales offer “VIP” services or a “Mommy’s helper” service.  Depending on the sale, they will price, enter, and tag your items.   A few sales even offer to come pick up the items from your house and do everything for you. EVERYTHING people.  You just get a check in the mail.  New in this post, I have listed the ones that are offering a VIP tagging service.

Can’t get it together, let someone else do it for you –  I know several people, ahem myself included, that will price, enter, and tag items for other moms.  Call it a side hustle. Call it wine money.  Call it what you will but I call it ingenious.  Depending on the person, they will take in and enter your additional items, price, tag, and even deliver to the sale for you.  They take a smaller percentage aside from the consignment sale and you just get a check in the mail. Whoohoo ka-ching!

Enter multiple sales – It doesn’t cost anything to register for a sale.  I have a calendar I use to keep up with all the sales for the season. It shows entry deadlines, drop off dates, sales dates, and pickup dates.  From it, I can easily see if two or more sales overlap and determine what gets taken to which sale.   Some sales rock toys, some sales have item limits, some sales are boutique only. After sorting all my hanging items by gender and size on my rolling rack, I go through and segregate again what goes to which sale based on the different sales guidelines. 

Deduct your sales on taxes – For non-profit sales, typically your churches that are raising proceeds for missions, you can deduct the percentage THEY KEEP from your taxes as a charitable donation.  Check with your accountant but we included ours in taxes last year and it our CPA didn’t blink an eye.

Consignment is a great way to purge a large quantity of items at one time without haggling with people over price, opening your home to strangers, or driving to a “meet” location.  The process is fairly easy once you get the hang of online item entry, the various tagging processes, and item limits from sale to sale.  My advice is to choose 1 and try it out.  Pick a smaller church sale and enter 30 or so items to sell. Rule of thumb, 60-70 of your nicer quality items will do better than 100 average quality ones. I promise you will be pleased with the results.

Here is what you need to know about Spring consigning…

  • Holiday outfits. Easter outfits, vacation outfits (a ’la Disney/ destination trips).  Think seersucker, bubbles, appliquéd, and smocked. 
  • Bathing suits/ cover-ups/ sandals
  • Sports equipment and gear. Licensed team gear and outdoor sports equipment are big sellers.
  • Outdoor equipment. Bikes, water tables, playhouses, scooters.
  • Homeschooling supplies and educational videos/cd’s. Consignment sales are a great place to pick-up supplementary workbooks and learning materials. 

Here is what you need to get started…

  • Merchandise tagging gun. I promise, you will thank me.
  • Hangers ($ store plastic kid sized hangers are perfect)
  • Large safety pins (NOT the $ store kind)
  • Rubber bands / zip-ties
  • Masking tape and clear packing tape
  • Sharpie pens
  • Ziplock bags – in assorted sizes
  • Heavy cardstock or hanging tags like these:  Merchandise Tags


Kids Town
Sale Dates:  February 1 – 3, 2018
Location: Agricenter International, 7777 Walnut Grove Road, Memphis, TN
Contact: info@consignkidstown.com
Consignor Percentage: $10 fee and receive 65% – 70% (volunteers)
Item Limit: 150 hanging clothing items
Tagging Service: No

Highland Children’s Clothing Sale  *Proceeds benefiting missions
Sale Dates: February 23 – 24, 2018
Location: 400 N. Houston Levee Road, Cordova, TN 38018
Contact: info@highlandclothingsale.com
Consignor Percentage: 75% – 85% (Highest return if you volunteer)
Item Limit: 75 hanging items – 50 other
Tagging Service: No

Blue Door Exchange   *Private residence
Sale Dates:  February 25 – March 1, 2018
Location: 4227 Amber Lane, Memphis, TN 38111
Contact: bluedoorexchange@comcast.net
Item Limit: No item minimum or maximum. Over 100 items please call first.
Tagging Service: Yes. They sort, inventory, and tag all your items for you.


**New hours: They are now open to the public on Sunday, February 25, from 3-6. Consignors shop early from noon-3. You can win an early shopping pass through their Facebook and Instagram accounts.

Sweet Repeats
Sale Dates: February 25, February 28 – March 3, 2018
Location:  6645 Poplar Ave, Ste 110, Germantown, TN 38138 (old Jos A. Banks location)
Contact: sale@sweetrepeatsmemphis.com
Consignor Percentage: $10 fee and receive 50% – 65% depending on your tagging/entry method
Item Limit: minimum of 10 items, excluding large items.
Tagging Service: Yes. You earn 55% if you drop off and they tag. You earn 50% if they pick up from your home.

Emmanuel Clothing Sale  *proceeds benefiting local missions

Sale Dates: February 27 – March 3, 2018
Location: 2404 Kirby Road, Memphis, TN 38119
Contact: emmanuelclothingsale@gmail.com
Consignor Percentage: 70%
Item Limit: 200 items
Tagging Service: Possibly. They have offered it in the past. It’s on a sale by sale basis.

Rhea Lana’s – North Mississippi

Sale Dates:  February 28 – March 3, 2018
Location: Olive Branch Shrine Club, 9765 Goodman Road, Olive Branch, MS
Contact: rhonda@rhealana.com
Consignor Percentage: $10 fee and receive 70% – 80%
Item Limit: Yes. Juniors 15 items, infants 25 items, maternity 15 items.
Tagging Service: Yes. VIP Consigning –they do it all and you earn 40% of sales.

Children’s Clothing Exchange

Sale Dates: February 28th – March 4th, 2018
Location: 1134 N. Germantown Parkway Suite 101, Cordova, TN 38016
Contact: info@ccexsale.com
Consignor Percentage: receive 65%
Item Limit:
Tagging Service: Yes. They will tag if you bring in the items and printed tags.


Sycamore View Consignment Sale  *proceeds benefiting missions
** Must attend a registration meeting to participate February 6 @7pm. You pick up consignor # at the meeting. Lottery style, once the slots are gone they are gone.
Sale Dates: March 2-3, 2018
Location: 1910 Sycamore View Road, Memphis, TN 38134
Contact: svccsale@gmail.com
Consignor Percentage: 70% – 80%
Item Limit: 200 items
Tagging Service: No

Rhea Lana’s – Germantown / Collierville
Sale Dates: March 2 – 4, 2018
Location: Agricenter International, 7777 Walnut Grove Road, Memphis, TN
Contact: carmen@rhealana.com
Consignor Percentage: $10 fee and receive 70% – 80%
Item Limit: Minimum of 15 up to 300 items
Tagging Service: VIP Consigning –they do it all and you earn 40% of sales

Rhea Lana’s – Greater Memphis
Sale Dates: March 4 – March 10, 2018  
Location: 540 South Mendenhall @Sanderlin, Memphis, TN 38117
Contact: ellen@rhealana.com
Consignor Percentage: $10 fee and 70% – 80%
Item Limit: No item limit but prefers between 75-100 hanging items.
Tagging Service: VIP Consigning –they do it all and you earn 40% of sales

Too Good to Be Through Consignment  (Brighton, TN)
Sale Dates: March 8 – March 10, 2018
Location: Garland Community Center, Brighton, TN
Contact: michelepike1@aol.com
Consignor Percentage:  $10 fee and receive 65%-80%. Higher percentage if you volunteer.
Item Limit:
Tagging Service: No

Second Blessings Children’s Consignment Sale  *Private residence
Sale Dates: March 22 – March 24, 2018
Location: 2052 Cranbrook Drive, Germantown, TN 38138
Contact: secondblessings@gmail.com
Consignor Percentage: $5 fee and 65%
Item Limit: 10 item minimum – no max
Tagging Service: Yes. You prepare tags and they will attach for you at the location.

Germantown UMC Children’s Clothing Sale  *proceeds benefiting missions

Sale Dates: March 23 – March 24, 2018
Location: 2333 West Street, Germantown, TN 38138
Contact: info@gumwclothingsale.com
Consignor Percentage: 70%
Item Limit: 100 item limit
Tagging Service: No

Lil’ Blessings
Sale Dates: March 23 – March 24, 2018
First Baptist Church – Olive Branch
Location: 9155 Highland Street, Olive Branch, MS
Contact: info@lilblessings.org
Consignor Percentage: $5 consignor fee and receive 70%
Item Limit: More than 300 items must reserve 2 drop off appointments
Tagging Service: No


Mommy’s Secret Consignment Sale

Sale Dates: April 26 – 28, 2018
Location: Landers Center, 4560 Venture Drive, Southaven, MS 38671
Contact: info@mommyssecret.com
Consignor Percentage: 65% – 75%
Item Limit:
Tagging Service: Yes, kinda. They will actually BUY your inventory if you do not have time to sort, hang and tag.


No Date Set

Just Boys Consignment Sale  *Private residence
Sale Dates:
Location: 320 South Grove Park Road, Memphis, TN 38117
Contact: justboyssale@yahoo.com
Consignor Percentage:
Item Limit:
Tagging Service:


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Lorrin is a born and raised Memphian who juggles family life, a full time IT job, and an in-home sewing and monogramming business. She graduated from the University of Memphis in August of 2001 with a BBA in Management Information Systems. After several years in the corporate world, she made a move into the educational sector and is currently the Data Systems Administrator for an area K2-12 private school. That move turned out to be a complete blessing to her and her family. After dating for 7 years, she married her husband, David in 1999. She and David have 2 very protective big brothers, Reece (September 2007), Dylan (November 2009) and a sweet little girl Emma Grace (February 2014). In her free time she enjoys walking Emma, Cardio Barre, sewing, cooking (something other than chicken nuggets) and family trips to the beach. A little on the obsessive compulsive side, her latest addiction has been binge watching the Curse of Oak Island and Hunting Hitler on the History Channel.


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