If you've been reading, you have seen me post about my sweet friend, Julee, who recently lost her husband. A very tragic situation and my heart is still aching for her.
The blog and Twitter community, that Julee is apart of, has been so amazing in setting up several fundraisers for Julee and Preslee.
I wanted to take place in the silent auction....
You can see a list of all items HERE. I will do by best to include the directions below. I will also be posting more this week!
My sweet friends over at Very Jane, who also sponsor my blog, reached out to let me know they would love to donate items for this auction. I told them I'd be happy to help! I've posted quite a bit about Very Jane. They have some wonderful deals!
Very Jane purchased and donated BOTH of these items for Julee & Preslee's fund.
Description of items (auctioned as one/together):
-2 five-wrap beaded leather bracelets. This would be great for you and a friend. The color is burnt orange, which kind of looks amber in color as well.
-1 blue cupcake tower made by Delightfully Lovely
This plate stands 17” (13” without the top) tall and the tiers measure 11”, 9”, and 7” in diameter with 6” between each tier. Collapsible for easy storage. I have one of these in red and I LOVE it. It can be used all times of the year for any occasion!
Retail value for both items: $105
How to bid on this item (this auction is for both items): Place your bid in the comments section of this blog post. Leave NAME, EMAIL, and BID in the comment.
- All bids must be made in $1 increments.
- If the last bid is $9 then your bid must be $10.
- Bidding will close on Friday night at 10:00pm(EST).
- Highest bidder will be the winner. Payment will be accepted via PayPal.
- Winner will be emailed a PayPal invoice and once PayPal payment has been made, I will send your item and the money will go into a fund for Julee and Preslee set up by the girls leading this auction.
***Auction open to US residents only. All payments must be received by October 31, 2012.***
Payments for this auction are not considered tax deductible.