Friday, June 3, 2016

Blogs 4 Boobies Blog Hop - Let the Bidding Begin!


Hi friends!   I'm participating in  the Blogs 4 Boobies blog hop - every card/project along the hop will be up for auction and all money raised will be donated to the Susan G. Komen Foundation.   This is such a great cause - please spread the word and check out all the blogs - I'm sure there will be some amazing projects to bid on!  



Here's my card - I used a beautiful set from Skipping Stones - I love butterflies and this one is beautiful - and the sentiment is perfection! I love how the colored pencils make this look like stained  glass!

sympathy card | handmade card | clear stamps | butterfly | blogs for boobies | cancer fundraiser | susan g komen foundation | kimpletekreativity.blogspot.com|

sympathy card | handmade card | clear stamps | butterfly | blogs for boobies | cancer fundraiser | susan g komen foundation | kimpletekreativity.blogspot.com|

HOW TO PLACE A BID ON MY CARD

Step #1
In the comment section of THIS POST, type in the dollar and cents amount of what you are willing to pay for the card/project. We recommend a starting bid of $5 or more. Remember your bid includes shipping as well as the card/or project. 100% of the money your bid will go to the Susan G. Komen Foundation

Step #2
Next to your $ bid please type in your email address. During a silent auction bidders sign their name next to their bid. Typing your email address is the electronic equivalent of signing your bid. Also it will help me contact you if you are the highest bidder.

Step #3
Watch and wait.
Once you have entered your bid/comment sit back and wait. If someone out bids you then you may bid again. Bidding will continue until 8:00 p.m. mountain time on June 10.  

The "Winner of the Auction" Will be the highest bid (that includes an email address)in the comment section of the blogs 4 boobies post at the end of the silent auction. The blogger/designer will declare who has won the silent auction. Skipping Stones Design will send you an invoice for your donation/bid ammount. Please pay that invoice as soon as possible, so I can get the card in the mail to you.

OTHER WAYS TO HELP RAISE MONEY FOR SGKF
1. You can help by Shopping!
For every stamp set that you purchase during June 1st through the 14th SSD will donate $2 to the Komen Foundation. Stamping and shopping that you can feel good about! 

2. You can help by Telling Your Friends!
Help us spread the word about "blogs 4 boobies" the more people that know, the more money we can raise!!!

This is day 3 of a 7 day hop - here's a list of today's fabulous designers!



16 comments:

  1. Just so pretty! Delicious gold embossing - brings out the delicate nature of that butterfly!

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  2. Your card is absolutely gorgeous!! Your butterfly looks amazing!

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  3. Your card is sooooo pretty!

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  4. Cute card! I will start bidding at $5!

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  5. Such a beautiful design! So elegant!

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  6. Just stunning! I love the colors and design. It's a pleasure to hop with you! ~Kim K. at My Kraft Kloset

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  7. Love the elegance and beauty of this card. Stunning!!! Thanks so much for hopping with us!

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  8. I will bid $7 terrihunold@gmail.com

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  9. Absolutely gorgeous!! The butterfly looks amazing!! What a gorgeous card!!

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  10. This turned out very pretty...love the stained glass look and the faux stitching! Hope to see you on Day 5? (the link still doesn't take us to your post, you have to click on Home to get to it)

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  11. I love the embossing and the faux stitching! I bid $10. nclights7 at gmail dot com

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    1. I appreciate the kind words and the bid, Amanda! $10 was the current high bid before your comment, so if you'd still like to place a bid it needs to be higher than $10. Thanks so very much!!! :)

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  12. This is gorgeous! I love the whimsical stitching and watercolor effect.
    Kim - Lily Patch Stamps

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