We are not taking any new inventory at The Craft Box for the rest of 2017, please check back next year.
Do you have some crafting supplies that are still hot commodities but that you just aren’t interested in any longer? We buy formerly loved craft supplies. Below are the guidelines for product purchase at The Craft Box.
An appointment is necessary to schedule a drop-off date. Due to our space constraints, please limit the total number of boxes to 3; if you bring in more than you indicated, we may have to refuse those additional boxes. You may only have one drop off per month due to inventory and space constraints. The last month of each quarter is a No-Take Month; that means we will not be accepting any items in March, June, September and December.
Upon your acceptance, the Craft Box will compensate you for your items. Any offers under $10 will be compensated as store credit. If you don’t want store credit, it will be considered a donation to the Craft Box or your items will be returned to you. If you haven’t received your compensation within 7 days of your acceptance, please contact us. We may have gotten distracted and forgot. If you’ve asked for us to hold your check for pickup and you’ve forgotten – after two weeks, we will mail your check to you.
Items that the Craft Box determines aren’t appropriate to resell will be donated to an appropriate charity (we cannot sort them out and return them to you). Due to the volume of items we receive on a weekly basis, we are unable to provide you with a tax receipt.
- Items that smell like moth balls, cigarette smoke, mildew, or urine.
- Items that are damaged, soiled or broken
- Patterns that have been cut,
- Magazines or books that are not vintage or relatively current (within the past 5 to 10 years).
We look at all items in regards to their re-sell ability as well as the quantity currently on hand. Re-sell ability considers the condition of the item including quality of the item, whether it’s new in package or nearly empty. We conduct market research to determine the item’s current market value using sources like Amazon, eBay, Craigslist and other crafting retailers. Craft items depreciate like a car. You may have paid a lot for it brand new, but if market demand doesn’t want your item, it influences the re-sale price and whether or not it can be sold. That translates into how much we will pay you. Please understand we are a Thrift store and based on our re-sale prices, we can’t give you as much as you may like. You may want to try eBay or Craigslist before you bring your items to us. You can call us if you are trying to determine if you want us to take your items. We understand that sometimes you may want a tax receipt if we won’t purchase items. You have the option to reject our offer. If that is the case, you will need to pick up your items within a week of your response.