Tuesday, November 25, 2014

The Day Is Here! The 2014 Art Charm Exchange Reveal and Auction for Beads of Courage Has Arrived!

The theme for this year's Art Charm Exchange was

 In my mind,
what would make you soar more than to fly on a butterfly's wing.
Well, there were other ideas, and I'm going to show you the charms I received in exchange for my butterfly wing.

Aren't these amazing?  
I love them!

Thanks to Monique, 
Lamplight Crafts,
Chris Eisenberg,

More exciting charms!

Thank you,
Moriah Betterly,
Elizabeth Auld,
Sheila Prosterman!

Didn't I tell you I received 

In addition to the fun we had making and trading our charms,
there is an auction to benefit 

Jennifer Cameron 
has done an amazing job coordinating the exchange and the auction.
The photos of the charms are beautiful.  Click on the link above and make a bid.
100% of the funds made go to 

Thank you,

Since this is a blog hop, too,
Here's the list of all the participants in this hop and auction!

Blog Hop List!

Jenny Davies-Reazor: http://www.jdaviesreazor.com/blog
Lennis Carrier: http://www.windbent.net


Niky Sayers said...

What a wonderful charm you created, love the colour and the little crystal!

Unknown said...

I love the colours on the butterfly wing.

NEDbeads said...

I really love your wing charm! Such a little glimpse of heaven!!

Unknown said...

Fabulous butterfly wing!

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

I got one of your lovely butterfly wings, Mallory :) I think of butterflies as a kind of token for me, so I was surprised to NOT be making butterflies for this challenge LOL. So you see, I didn't have to, after all!

Caroline said...

Wonderful charm! I love your interpretation of the theme!

Pepita said...

What a pretty charm you've made!! I still haven't tried to make a butterfly wing from polymer clay, I have to try ...

Jennifer Cameron said...

Mallory, your butterfly wing is so stunning and totally my colors. You always come up with something wonderful for the charm swap and auction. Thanks for participating once again.

Jenny said...

My hats off to you! Cane work! Oh my.