Friday, November 15, 2013

Woooo Hoooo! Art Charm Blog Reveal and Auction for Beads of Courage! Thank you, Jennifer Cameron!


 I was so excited when the box of charms arrived!  I ripped open the box with my bare hands.  Jennifer Cameron hosts a charms exchange each year.  We make charms, exchange charms,  and Jennifer hosts an auction on Ebay for our charms!  The monies raised in this auction go to Beads of Courage!  Thank you, Jen! 


Here's the link for the auction.  It begins at 7 AM today.   CLICK HERE.
Each charm will sell for a flat rate of $20.  Remember, all the proceeds from this auction will go to Beads of Courage!!!!!  Again, thank you, Jennifer!

I'd like to show you the charms that I received.

 Are these nummy or what?
And, there's more!


I love these, too!!!!


Like WOW!!!
Aren't these great?

Now, you might want to see my charm.
Here it is!
Ta-da!!
I love the city!!

Now, since this is a blog hop.  Check out the rest of the people who made charms for this exchange and auction.

Da-List!

Caroline Dewisonhttp://blueberribeads.co.uk
Alicia Marinachehttp://www.allprettythings.ca
Shelley Graham Turner: http://www.shelleygrahamturner.blogspot.com/
Terri Del Signorehttp://artisticaos.blogspot.com
Cheryl (Lee) Koopman: http://stregajewellry.wordpress.com
Jacqueline Carlson: http://www.beadgypsy.blogspot.com
Charlene Bausinger Jackahttp://clay-space.com/blog/

11 comments:

Alicia said...

I've got one of yours, Mallory - I love your little city too, it's very happy, and lovely with that heart on the back side! Just beautiful!

Susan Delaney said...

Love your charm. Love the colors!

Susan Delphine Delaney
LadyFlowersbySusan

AutEv said...

The city is a magnificent place! I hope you will eventually post more about why you chose polymer clay for your charm and the process behind it! I received one of your charms and am so curious about it! -Julie

Jennifer Cameron said...

Hi Mallory! I'm so glad you participated. It wouldn't be a real swap without you. And you have no idea how shocked I was when I opened the package from you and it wasn't glass....I had no idea you were playing with polymer! I really love your design.

Monique (A Half-Baked Notion) said...

You make me want to love the city, too, Mallory! Well, maybe from a distance, I'm a shy gal who likes the middle of nowhere LOL. But seriously, you added "PC artist" to your cred, 'cause these ROCK!

Terri Del Signore said...

Super cool design!! I was lucky enough to get one of your charms!! Great idea - got such a kick out of it!!

Perri www.ShaktipajDesigns.etsy.com said...

What and innovative and 'charming' idea for a charm!!! It made me smile really wide! :-D

Jacquie said...

Love your charm! Great idea.

Karin G said...

I love cities too, and I love how you represented it, so colorful and cheerful!

Debbie said...

So how do I participate next time ? I LOVE this idea !

Cory Tompkins said...

Such a happy fun charm! I would have loved to get one.