Friday, July 3, 2009

Ties That Bind: Art Doll Raffle

Take a look at this art doll. She is exquisite! A collection of over 100 artists contributed to her design and creation for the sole purpose of supporting the patients and families battling ovarian cancer. Something so beautiful that also benefits a great cause is a dynamic package.

One of my absolute favorite colors is turquoise; and, it really stands out in this piece. The smoothness and peaceful expression of her features is complemented by the textured and embellished design of her dress. It is eye candy to feast on! Wish I could get a much closer look! Wow!

Have you seen the little French birdcage she's toting with the little seagull in it? Okay, it may be a dove or whatever other bird you favor. I'm partial to seagulls. : )

If you would like a chance to win her, tickets can be purchased at Scrapbook Royalty.

They offer different ways to make a donation. You can either use their link to access your PayPal account or contact them directly for other means. (You can also just make a donation without entering the raffle. Just specify this to them, if that is what you wish.)

1 ticket = $5.00

6 tickets = $20.00

The winner will randomly be chosen on September 30, 2009.

Additional details and photos can be viewed at Scrapbook Royalty.

For very detailed information about the entire project, visit Project Ties That Bind.

This last site discusses the entire project at length and provides many pictures of the heartfelt love and detailing that was poured into her. If you visit this site, please make sure you view the older posts. That is where you will find a lot of the pictures. This was a year long project.

*All photos were used with Scrapbook Royalty's permission.


Anonymous said...

I recently came accross your blog and have been reading along. I thought I would leave my first comment. I dont know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog. I will keep visiting this blog very often.


Mrs. Art Doll Maker said...

Thank you, Betty, for coming by and leaving a comment. I really appreciate that and value the feedback of my visitors.

I'm working on a couple of other things I hope you enjoy. One of them is reviewing a book. With each chapter, I'll showcase the works created from its lessons; but, I'll be taking a different approach. I want to showcase the value of the lessons more than the patterns themselves because the patterns are very basic (for a reason)...and, to demonstrate what level you can actually take these lessons to.

Hope to talk with you again!