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Thursday, December 10, 2009

Taking In; Sale; Donations; Holiday Reuse

We will be taking consignments! Here's a new list for you:

- 2T to 6X winter clothing (jeans, pants, turtlenecks, long sleeves, sweaters, jackets, fleece, shoes, boots, snow gear, rain gear, hats) *We still have enough winter items in smaller sizes*

- ORGANIC clothing *any size up to 6X*

- High Chairs (clean, no recalls, in working condition)

- Cribs, changing tables, toddler beds (clean, no recalls, brought in already together or put together here BY YOU)

- Toys (clean, no recalls, in working condition, open battery compartments and check for corrosion, batteries must work, all parts included)

- Maya Wraps and other wrap-style baby carriers

- ERGOBaby carriers, inserts

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SALE!

25% off all stuffed animals & dolls (some new with tags!)

Emily (from Clifford)
Gund and Ganz bears
Ty Beanies
Shining Stars
Webkinz
and more!

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We accept items at the store for donation as follows:

- Image For Success (current style clothing for everyone in the family)
- Soles 4 Souls (shoes in any condition)
- Project Night Night (blankets & stuffed animals in VERY GOOD condition)
- Loved Twice (clothing and newborn items, sizes 0-12 mos only)

We also advertise local businesses based around children, local moms, non-profits.

Please come check out all we do when you're here!

Do you want to post a flyer for a school play, local event, non-profit sale, etc? Please speak to Stephanie!

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Remember to reuse packaging this holiday season and buy with the intent of taking home less original packaging. Try wrapping with plain paper bags, newspaper comics, even clean foil! Reuse last year's ribbons and bows. Decorate with leaves, twigs, pinecones that you find on the ground because they're no longer decorating the trees!

How do you make reusing fun?

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