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Lil Sproutz Childrens Boutique!


With three kids buying everything brand new is out of the question, but buying things that have been barely used is much more realistic! There are a few different thrift stores here in West Kelowna but the quality is questionable because they dont have high standards. A consignment store is the best place to buy used for your children. And Lil Sproutz is at the top of my list! They have such amazing quality products because they have such high standards! And when its your little one your buying for, quality matters. The prices are fantastic because it is previously used, but you can hardly tell that it is used items your buying. I also like to take my kids gently used toys, clothes and shoes in there and make some extra cash. If your thinking about consigning there are certain things you need to know. Over the next month I will be sharing tips and tricks to get the most out of consignment as well as what the best things to buy previously used are. 


If you are in the Okanagan and surrounding areas or taking a trip here sometime soon you should take a peek at what this awesome store has to offer! Your kids are not going to stop growing and that means your never going to stop buying for them. You might as well get the most for your hard earned dollars without sacrificing quality! Visit Lil Sproutz this Saturday and Sunday 20% off almost everything!


24-2475 Dobbin rd
West Kelowna
V4T 2E9
778-754-5594

Store Hours:
Monday - Saturday 9 am to 6 pm




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