Sunday, August 28, 2011

Kidsignments Sale in Marion - September 16th & 17th, 2011

 If you have never been to the Kidsignments sale in Marion, and you have kids, you MUST go and check it out!  The next sale is just a few weeks away - Sept. 16 & 17th. 

When I moved to Marion 2 years ago I heard about this sale, but had never been to anything like it, so was a bit confused as to what it was/is.  It is a weekend-long, extremely organized sale, held at the Grant County Fairgrounds this year, where local families consign gently used kids items.  For me, it is a way to clear out all the old stuff my kids don't use/need/fit into any more and to get new stuff! The past two years I have gotten almost all my boys' clothes, games, bikes, books at this sale, and have usually spent the same amount that I make from consigning items they no longer need, making my net cost ZERO dollars.  How cool is that?  Last year I took care of all of their Christmas shopping at this sale, and the prize item that was opened by each of my boys on Christmas morning was a Spiderman sippy cup (I paid $2 for 2 cups at the sale, and they were in like-new condition!).  Upon opening his Spiderman cup, my then 3-year old exclaimed, "Mom, this is just what I always wanted!".  It was precious. He was also very excited about some CARS slippers & matching PJs I found ($2/each!).

Per the Kidsignments website:
The children's consignment sale is an organized and advertised large group sale, in order to sell gently used children's items: including clothing from newborn to pre-teen, maternity clothing, toys, baby equipment, books, videos, outdoor play equipment. Prices are reasonable but higher than garage sales. 

For more information and to learn how to consign your items, see their website at:  

Hope to see you at the sale!

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