Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Pricing Tags for Garage Sales {Printable}

Does anyone else sell their almost-unused
toiletries?? I'm really hoping they will sell
Sooo as I already mentioned, I'm having a yard sale this weekend. =\ I haven't done many of these (ok, only one!), and I'm in a little over my head.

BUT I did do one thing that has made my life soooooooo much easier as I'm pricing things. Audrey and I are actually doing this together, so I needed to be able to initial my items. I ended up using some return address labels I already had and making price stickers out of them. I printed two per label, so each page has 120 stickers! And every single label has my initials, so it will make it easy for tallying up who sells what.

I made stickers for each of these prices: 25c, 50c, $1, $2, $3, and $5. I also printed a few blanks ones with just my initials, for other items. Aaaand 120 labels really go a long way... as I learned after printing about 4 pages of each........

If you want to print some yourself (sans my initials ;-) you can download my PDF here. This will open it in a viewer where you can print or click File > Download if you'd like to save it. It is formatted to print correctly on Avery label 8160, the standard for return address labels.

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Now I'm just hoping people don't ask me if the lotion is $1.00 per pound. ;-)


  1. Thanks so much for the price tags!

  2. The labels don't fit on Avery 8160. Your labels have four columns and the 8160 as three... Do you know which labels will work?

  3. I zoomed in and it is Avery 8195.