Monday, September 8, 2008

Pullip Auction Benefits Crop Out Autism

Scrapbook Royalty, a not-for-profit organization which produces crops and other crafty events to raise funds for worthy organizations, is conducting both a raffle and a silent auction for new and beautiful Pullip dolls, donated by Scott at The Valley of the Dolls wonderstore in Los Angeles
The sweet and beautiful Elena Lai Etcheverry, princess of Scrapbook Royalty, is pulling this all together to benefit Crop out Autism/Autism Speaks
The event will be 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday Sept. 13 at the California Center for the Arts in Escondido, CA. The Holly GoLightly Pullip (nothing to do with colonoscopies for you oldsters like me), will be auctioned live at the event. Meanwhile, two other Pullips are available on-line via the silent auction process right now by following the links above. They are Cornice and (pictured) Raphia. There is also a $5 per ticket raffle for Arietta. See the info here
At Crop Out Autism you can purchase a cropping space completes with classes, meals and goodies. Croppers are asked to raise $100 each for the cause in addition to registration.
Keep watching the Scrapbook Royalty Web site because our exciting, one-of-a-kind "Blythe & Friends" fat book with 25 original 4 x 4 pages from artists ( including moi) in nine states and three countries will be debuting soon in silent auction as a fundraiser for A Place to Bark Don't worry. I'll keep you posted!

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