2017 Atlanta Spring Kids Consignment Sales

It’s Spring Consignment Sale Season! So I put together this short list of 2017 Atlanta Spring Kids Consignment Sales to help you buy gently used items or sell the ones you’ve been saving. If you know of other area sales, you’re welcome to leave a link in the comments below. Keep in mind each sale has its own rules bringing strollers and bringing children along.

Atlanta Spring Kids Consignment Sales


Northwest Atlanta Moms of Multiples

Date: Friday, March 10 – Saturday, March 11, 2017

Location: Sandy Plains Baptist Church, 2825 Sandy Plains Road in Marietta

Payment Policy: Cash and checks accepted, as well as debit/credit for an additional $2 processing fee.


Intown Atlanta Multiples – No 2017 Sale Atlanta Spring Kids Consignment Sale


Fall 2013 Atlanta Kids Consignment Sales


All 4 Kids Consignment Sale

Date: Thursday March 2 –  Saturday, March 4

Location: Jim Miller Park, 2245 Callaway Road Southwest in Marietta

Payment Policy: Cash (no checks), Debit ($1 fee), MC/Visa ($2 fee)

Contact: kidssale@all4kids.com


Atlanta Spring Kids Consignment Sales


Dunwoody UMC Kids’ Consignment Sale

Date: Friday, February 25 from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Location: Dunwoody United Methodist Church, 1548 Mt. Vernon Rd in  Dunwoody

Contact: consignment.sale@gmail.com.

Fall 2013 Atlanta Kids Consignment Sales

The Glenn Sale  ~ Celebrating it’s 30th Anniversary

Date: Friday, March 10, 9:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. &  Saturday, March 11, 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Location: Glenn Youth and Activities Building (across from the Emory campus) at 1669 North Decatur Rd

Contact: The Glenn Sale contact page

“Some of The Glenn Sale’s beneficiaries include Friends of Refugees, International Rescue Committee and youthSpark.”

Oak Grove Young Children’s School – No 2017 Sale

Atlanta Spring Kids Consignment Sales

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Survive Consignment Sales

Shopping or selling at your first consignment sale can be overwhelming. Here are some Survival Tips for Atlanta Kids Consignment Sales I shared on Forks & Folly.

Comment below: Are you a consignment sale shopper or seller? Do you have any advice for first time consignors?

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  1. Looking forward to visiting a few of these. I’ve never been to one. Feeling excited.

  2. Would love to add Kid ReSales to the list of consignment sales. This sale is so seller-friendly. They allow tags from other sales and handwritten tags and make it so easy for the seller to get their items in to the sale. With little ones running around, it is easy to put consigning on the back burner so anything that makes it easy is helpful! They also seem to have more items for the “older kids” like ages 6+ instead of a lot of baby items and nothing for the older kids.

    They are easy to get to just off of Chamblee-Dunwoody Road and have lots of parking. They accept checks, cash, and credit cards. Makes it so easy to come and shop no matter if you had been planning to or just stopped in.