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To make tags with your seller number and barcode, enter your seller number in the box and click the button. This will open a .pdf document.

Seller #:

Tagging Notes

Tags contain the following information:
  • SELLER # - This is the code assigned in your confirmation email, it will be 4 characters long.
  • SIZE - Fill in the size if the item is clothing. Leave blank for all other items
    Please use numeric sizing (0-3m, 3T, 6x) not S-M-L for children's clothing.
  • DESCRIPTION - Please include as much information as possible, brand name, color, item specifics. Include any information a potential buyer might want to know. Indicate # of pieces if more than one. A good description sells your item, and helps if your tag becomes separated from an item.
  • PRICE - Please use increments of $1.00. We will round down any prices which include smaller increments. Minimum price is $1.00.
  • IMPORTANT NOTE: If you do not want your item to be sold for 50% off if it hasn't already sold before Sunday, you must write "NO DISCOUNT" clearly at the bottom of your tag.

Please use CARDSTOCK PAPER for tags. (This is the thickness of an index card, and can be found at office supply stores. Kinkos has the best deal in town if you buy a whole ream.) If you use other paper i.e., construction, regular printing paper, etc the tag may detach from your items and be lost.

Print tags on colored cardstock if you wish to pick up unsold items at the end of the sale. Which color cardstock you use is based on the beginning character of your seller number (letter or number). Any items printed on white will be donated, and will not get sorted for pick-up.

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4 character Seller number begins with:
Print tags on this color:
Letter A - C
Number 1
Letter D - K
Number 2/3
L - Q
Number 4
R - S
Number 5
T - Z
Number 6

Print tags on white cardstock if you wish to have unsold items donated to charity.

Attaching tags:

Punch a hole in the tag -be sure not to punch a hole through any of the information! Try to not be too close to the edge so your tag doesn't rip off accidentally.

Use a zip tie (cable tie) to attach the tag to the item. Use the collar tag, belt loop, button hole, etc. If there is no place to attach a tag, use a safety pin or tagging gun. Pins and tagging guns and may leave holes in your garments. Please try to find a spot to attach the pin that won't ruin your clothing.

Try to attach the tag so it is visible from the front of the item

Please point hangers to the left as shown

Shoes should be zip-tied together if possible, or placed in a plastic bag with the tag attached to the shoes

Any loose parts should be put in bags and attached securley to the item they go with. Sealing bags with packing tape is a good idea.


  • Set your printer to maximum print area (no margins), so it doesn't cut off the bottom of the page.

  • Be sure to print one test page of tags first to make sure they print correctly, before printing all of your tags (seems obvious, but we forget almost every time!)

  • If you prefer, you can print your tags on regular thin copy paper and then take them to the office supply store where they can copy your tags on cardstock. OR, you can save your tags and take / email the file to a copy center to be printed.

Consigners may also generate tags using the MyConsignmentManager Online Tagging System. You will need to set up an account with them using the seller number we assign you.

Any questions, please email info@kidaroundkidsale.com

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