Why Divine Consign over other options?

Today, we have many ways to recycle our kids used things.  Divine Consign, other similar sales and consignment stores, Facebook, Craigslist, Ebay, garage sales…endless possibilities.  But which is best?  Here’s some food for thought… Time:  Precious.  Flying.  Never enough. Divine Consign – Most of your time will be spent prepping, entering, and tagging the items…

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Hauling my haul

Haul is a weird word.  It can be used as a noun or verb and the more you say it, the more you think you made it up.  If you’ve ever shopped Divine Consign, then you’ve walked out with a “haul”.  And you have probably wondered if there is a best way to “haul” your…

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Q&A: DC Stain Removal Guide

The most frequent reason clothing items are pulled during inspection at the sales is because they have stains. We are SUPER picky, so even the smallest mark can get an item rejected. Here are a few tips and product suggestions from our stain guru, Leah to help you bring your best to Divine Consign. Stains…

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Q&A: Who are those awesome people in pink?

If you’ve attended a Divine Consign Presale, then you’ve come face to face with a Pink Lady.  We couldn’t run a Presale without these girls (and guys) and we wouldn’t want to.  We call them our STAFF.  They are some of the sweetest and hardest working women and men we know.  Here’s what being on…

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Q&A: What happens when I can’t drop-off at the sale I usually do?

Every season this is a problem for a handful of our consignors…the dates for the location they normally do just don’t work out for them. Here are a few suggestions on how to either avoid the issue or handle it in the best way possible. Get the dates on your calendar right when they’re announced….

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Eight Easy Steps to the Consignment Process

If you’re new to the consignment process you’re more than likely slightly overwhelmed with getting started. Consigning your kids’ items successfully can be daunting — but with a little planning and organization, the payout can be awesome. If you’re ready to tackle consigning for the first time, here’s a general overview of what your process…

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Presentation, Presentation, Presentation

When you’re prepping your items for the sale, you have to keep in mind that they will be compared to all of the others as shoppers decide what to purchase. You can go a long way in helping YOUR items stand out by taking the time to make them look nice. Here are some examples…

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Avoiding Consigning Pitfalls

Sometimes you have to look at the end to find out what the beginning should be. “Breakdown” occurs on the last day of the sale…it’s when we have a team of volunteers that come in, take everything that is left and sort it all back out by consignor number. It’s our hardest shift, which is…

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Do you take?…Part II

Here’s everything you need to know about our season-specific clothing guidelines: We have two sales a year at each location…a spring/summer sale and a fall/winter sale. Yes, we are in Texas and summer lasts a LONG time and sporadically comes during the winter months, but we just don’t have room for all seasons of clothing…

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The Little Thing That Could Make All of the Difference

The hanger. Really? YES! Although we allow you to use any hanger, there are some reasons why we prefer child-sized wire hangers: They’re the right size for infant and toddler clothing. Putting a 2T shirt on an adult hanger just stretches it out and the shopper will skip right by it. Clothes stay on them….

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