Thursday, December 17, 2009
I have been busy making things for Christmas gifts and trying to get organized for the holidays. Luckily for me our blogger challenge was to make something for a holiday gift. I made several of these washer necklaces, which was the technique challenge a couple of weeks back as well, and they are being donated to the kids' school for their Christmas store. It is new or gently used items you donate for the kids to go holiday shopping for their families. All of the money raised from the sale goes to support our local neonatal annual radio fundraiser to improve our local neonatal mother baby ward. These ones were done with Ranger inks and UTEE, but I also created some holiday ones with patterned paper and dew drops. I have them all packaged to go and they don't photograph well inside their bags... I am sure I will be making more however, and will make sure I take a picture to share with you! Today 9 are being shipped to the school.
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