Saturday, August 27, 2011

Charity Auction on ebay

Back in July I created this piece for the Summer Craft and Hobby Association show using Westcott scissors and trimmers, Duck Brand X-Factor Duck Tape and Velcro fasteners. One thing that made it so easy for me was the new Duck Tape sheets (These are available at Target) which make covering a larger area pretty simple. The frame contains a quote about animals, and there is an additional removable frame on the band, which wraps around the larger piece. You can replace either image very quickly, and the larger opening holds an 8" x 10" photo. The smaller is approximately 3" x 4", although I can't imagine why you would want to replace the small photo. That is my pup Pete, The Speckle-butted Monster, who is now 13, one year older than the life expectancy for a Dalmation. Pete had a stroke last week that affected his gait and balance, but he is much better now and bouncing around with his buddy Sam, the Wonder Lab.


You can own this one-of-a-kind frame and make a difference in someone else's life as well. This item, as well as others using the same material, is being auctioned on ebay. The proceeds will benefit Scrapbook Royalty's Charity Wings program, which supports a variety of charities, including the National Kidney Foundation, natural disaster relief, Fathers' Day cards for our troops and the Susan G. Komen Race for a Cure. Their work has raised more than $360,000 for charities in just a few short years. , Charity Wings, ebay is the founder and she is a fund-raising dynamo. I have never seen this woman when she didn't have a beautiful ear-to-ear smile as well as a twinkling tiara!

Please check out the Charity Wings auctions on ebay. There is sure to be something there that will appeal to you, and remember, these are one-of-a-kind pieces made by professional designers, which means you get a unique bargain and help someone else in the process.

Now, go to ebay, bid high and bid often, and then go hug your pets!









I received product from Westcott, Duck Brand Duck Tape and Velcro. As always, I would have purchased the materials anyway. I never promote anything I don't believe in.

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