Monday, March 03, 2008

Sea Glass Donations for Fundraisers

Wow - it has been a couple of years since my last post. My poor forgotten blog. So here I am full of new ideas and events of the past two years.

So much has happened and so much time has passed. Well - I wanted to start my blog off on some great fundraisers that I am taking part in and past ones as well.


I have just finished my limited edition and original design - "St. Barth's Collection. " This line reminds me of Caribbean waters and funky, sophisticated and posh flavor of the Island.

I created a funky cluster necklace with freshwater pearls, vintage glass bell beads, swavorski crystals and sea glass in shades of aqua and white. This stunning necklace features a "cluster" asymmetrical design in sterling silver. Matching cluster earrings with handmade ear wires complete this set.

This set will be donated to Underdog ResQ to raise money to place good dogs into homes before they are euthanized. They are having a fundraiser even in June - Urban BBQ Benefit to raise money for their cause. This fundraising event will take place June 22, 2008 - 6PM-9PM- 33 Restaurant & Lounge - 33 Stanhope St. - Boston, MA - 617-572-3311 - Visit http://www.underdogresq.org/ for more information.

This April I will be submitting a donation to The Salem Jazz and Soul Festival that will be holding an event April 12 at the Knights of Colombus in Salem on the Salem Common featuring Ken Clark Trio, The Mystics featuring Bobby Keyes and Los Sugar Kings, live auction, raffles etc. I will (as I did last summer) be a vendor at this years Salem Jazz and Soul Festival held in August at the Salem Willows - Salem, MA. Visit http://www.salemjazzsoul.com/ for more information.

Lastly, I donated a necklace from my "Mermaid Tears of Africa" collection that blends the natural element of African turquoise and recycled element of sea glass. This piece was donated to the South Shore Buddy Walk to raise awareness for down syndrome and inclusion in the classroom. I have a beautiful 2 yr old niece that has down syndrome so I was more than happy to donate to this event - which was a huge success in October of 2007.


3 comments:

TWO BEES IN A POD said...

i loved reading your blog! and love all your items! my mom loves sea-glass so i will definitely be back to shop for her!

thecherubscloset said...

How wonderful that you donated all of these nice things to charity. I'm enjoying your blog!

Useful Books said...

Wow! Beautiful work! Nice comeback on the blogging, too. Keep it up!

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