Vivika's Own Little
Auction for Japan
Remember that little robin I showed earlier in the week? I have added an egg and paper scraps to the nest, and some bead embellishment. It is now matted to 11x18, framed in a black wood frame, and would normally sell for $175-$200. I make and sell dozens of these pieces every year, and they are collected by many individuals and displayed in their homes and offices.
How would you bid on this little gem? Easy.1. Leave a comment on this blog post with your bid, making sure I have an email address with which to contact you if you are the highest bidder. If you don't feel comfortable bidding in public, please email me your bid privately: vdenegre "at" yahoo "dot" com.
2. Bids start at $50, and should be in at least $5 increments.
3. Bidding opens this morning at 12:01 am, and closes at Midnight on Sunday, March 27.
4. I will notify the winner by email on Monday, March 28, and include an invoice from Paypal. As soon as I receive your payment, I will ship the piece to you at no additional cost.
|Framed Robin & Apple Blossoms|
Remember, this event is for charity. The entire amount is being donated to disaster relief in Japan, through Lutheran World Relief. Why did I choose this charity? LWR is already on the ground in Japan, and has an existing infrastructure. As a charity, LWR is actively working with and through local partner organizations to help responders meet the urgent need of those in crisis.
Let's see how much my own little auction can raise for the victims of this horrible disaster, and I challenge others to do the same. This is part of my ongoing personal challenge of Giving and Living in a World of Abundance...
Current Bid: Anonymous Bidder (private) $215 Thank You!!!
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