Enter, Print & Tag
Consign with Two Times Around
How To Prepare Your Tags
There is a very easy to use, online tagging system where you will enter your items you wish to sell. This system makes tagging rather simple but you will not want to wait until the last minute. Here are a few steps to follow to tag your items.
1. Gather your items and sort them by size and gender.
2. Login to our online tagging system using your selling number and password.
3. Click “Work with Consigned Inventory”
4. You will then select a category and size. Enter a complete description of the item, the price, select if you want the item donated if it does not sell, and select if you want the item 50% off on the last day of the sale.
5. All items are to be priced in .50 increments with a minimum price of $2.00 per item.
6. When sizing your items, S, M, L, XL, are to be used for junior’s & maternity only.
7. Children’s clothes should be with number sizes (12 months, 3T, 5T, etc.)
Printing your tags!
1. You can either print 1 out at a time or all at once.
2. Tags will print 6 to a page of card stock.
3. MUST use ONLY WHITE CARDSTOCK for your tags (Paper will NOT be accepted)
4. Ensure that the tag/barcode is easily legible.
5. If you change ANY item information (price, donation, 1/2 price option, etc) after you’ve printed the original tag, a NEW tag will need to be printed.
6. Attach the tags to your items with a safety pin and you’re done.
How to attach your tags to hanging items
1. All clothing MUST be on hangers with the hanger facing to the left.
2. Safety pin the tag to the upper right hand side of the clothing item when looking at the front.
3. S, M, L, XL is only acceptable to junior’s & maternity items and children’s clothes should be sized with number sizes (12 M, 2T, 5T, not S, M, or L)
4. Use only 1 hanger for 2 piece outfits. Hang the shirt first, then pin the pants, skirt or shorts to the back of the shirt at the shoulder seams with TWO safety pins.
5. For smaller items (onesies, sleepers, t-shirts) consider grouping multiple items together to reach the minimum $2 price or higher.
6. Please have your items sorted by size and gender (rubber band together) prior to drop off.
How to attach tags to non-hanging items
How to attach your tags to other items
Must include ALL parts. Any tiny, loose pieces are recommended to be packaged in a Ziplock bag. Attach the bag to the main item with heavy packing tape. Also, tape the bag zipper shut. If a toy requires batteries to operate, they MUST be included for acceptance.
Books and videos
Please do NOT use packing tape on books and videos it makes it difficult to remove the tags. Make sure the videos work and secure tag with two pieces of masking or painters tape or put in Ziplock bag. Do NOT cover the barcode, we will be unable to scan the tag at checkout.
Must be tied together in pairs by the shoelaces (ribbon or string). Pin the card to the shoelaces or the ribbon. This prevents shoes from being separated and lost/stolen.
Bibs, bottles, sippy cups, etc. must be in clear Ziplock bags with the tag placed outside . Please Secure the bag closed with tape. Pin the tag to the top of the bag.
Large Item Claim Tags
We continue to improve efficiencies and have decided to implement “Large Item Claim Tags” as a solution for managing large and security items.
Do the consignors fill out the large item claim tags? If so, when?
Yes, consignors fill out the tags during drop off. There will be a Large Item check in station that is manned by Volunteers that fill out as well as assist and train the consignor with completing the process. Most large items (strollers, car seats, etc will need disinfected and tagged afterwards). A worker or two at the station then takes the items and places in the designated sale areas.
Do consignors attach their regular consignor tag to the large item tag?
Yes, consignors need to have the same barcode as entered into the consignor portal. Attaching the tag accomplishes this- staple all 4 corners of the 3×5 tag.
How do I know what items need a “Large item Claim Tag”?
Any item that is larger (strollers, car seats, cribs, bassinets, bouncy seats, etc) or high dollar items (DVD players, ipads, etc). If you are unsure, just ask any volunteer at drop off.
What if a shopper wants to purchase a large item?
The shopper will simply tear off the bottom portion and keep with that tag until checkout.
If you have any questions regarding this new process, please do not hesitate to contact Two Times Around by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 717-580-8318.
Blue Heron Events
407 S Washington St, Greencastle, PA 17225
2 Miles East off of Exit 5 (I-81)
SEPT. 6TH- 8TH