Sunday, April 13, 2014


I am so happy to announce that our Dolls for A Cause Auction is now live! Click here for our Ebay Listing!
I am so happy to have been able to participate in creating the hairband shown in the photo above and providing the "Mac Book Computer" Compact that is perfect for doll play! So many of my wonderful friends and Designers from Etsy have also worked tirelessly to put this auction together. I hope you will click on over to see what our Auction has to offer.
The Auction Ends on April 18th! All proceeds from this Auction will be donated to  Autism Speaks.

This is a cause very close to my heart as I am a mom of two children with Autism. A huge thank you to the team behind Dolls For A Cause for all you have done to help make this years fundraiser a sucess!
Please click on over to Ebay by clicking here, to see it all for yourself!
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The Auction includes items from:
  Bee Jacobs - A Bee Line on Etsy 
  Messenger bag with inside divider - my custom pattern. The outside is made of light weight denim. The inside is an artsy butterfly print in quilt store quality cotton.  It closes with velcro and has an adjustable denim strap that is long enough to wear crossbody.   
 Shoes - my Basic Flats in the matching butterfly print.  The sole is edged in a pretty gold trim.    
Baseball cap - awesome hat in the matching denim fabric. It's a perfect fit!    Two red/orange butterfly accessories - a hair clip and a tack pin.   
 Lee and Pearl  on etsy    
Donated their Baseball cap pattern - L & P Pattern 1008 - Classic Ball Cap and Big Fat Trucker Hat for 18" Dolls   
 Dacia Hostetter - Mini Me Dolly Divas     T-shirts, yellow - Machine embroidered lettering onto quality people t-shirts used as fabric that was hand painted by Amy.  They close in the back with velcro.    
 PJs - The white top is made from a quality people t-shirt and closes in the back with velcro.  The embroidered applique design incorporates the puzzle print fabric. The design was originally created by Audra Kohut of kraftymistress on etsy. The PJ shorts are an All Dolled Up Doll Clothes by Terrie pattern and would be great as girl jammie shorts or boy boxer shorts.  
Dawne Ester    Puzzle jeans made from Milo Mila free pants pattern. Machine embroidered puzzle piece outines with random puzzle patches cut from fabric and fused with iron-on adhesive.     Puzzle skirt is from the LJC Harajuku skirt pattern with 2 layers of tulle.   
Gale Sicard - All Dolled Up   Pajamas - a cute pair of rainbow colored pajamas in a colorblock style.   
Karen Owen - Karen Mom of Three's Craft Blog    Headband - an adorable headband made with puzzle piece printed ribbon and silvertone buckle.   Laptop computer - this is actually a pocket mirror that looks like a laptop, but it is perfect size for a doll.   Postcards - donated three dolly postcards that are great for use as dolly posters.   
Annette Boos - With A Cherry On Top   Bean Bag Chairs - Two perfect dolly size bean bags, one is done in all puzzle piece fabric and the other is puzzle piece and purple fabrics. Pattern from Doll Tag Clothing.    Fleece Blankets - two soft blankets in a large puzzle piece print.   Pillows - two pillows with pillowcases - one with yellow trim and one with dark pink trim   blue sneakers - donated Springfield brand doll sneakers. Nadine, Annette's 9 yr old daughter - made two Rainbow Loom fishtail bracelets for dolls.   
Amy Bray (mom of Avery and Ryan) 
Confetti Doll Designs on Etsy   An upcycled denim skirt made from the Liberty Jane Jean skirt pattern with an iron-on applique on the hemline.    Puzzle Print cotton skirt made from the Liberty Jane Jean Skirt pattern.   Red socks sewn from a brand new human pair.  
Lemonhead103 on storenvy and eBay     Painted the butterflies on the t-shirts.      Three necklaces are also included,  a silver tone puzzle piece on a silver tone chain,  a butterfly on yellow cotton cord with bead charms and a silver tone clasp, and a silver tone butterfly charm with multi colored faceted stones on a black cotton cord with a silver tone clasp.  
Avery- an 8 Year old boy who is on the Autism spectrum     Painted the 4x4 mini canvas with a puzzle piece design and donated the mini easel to go with it. Perfet for your dolls to have a piece of art to display in their scenes.   
Ryan, his brother made a rainbow loom style bracelet for a doll as he is supportive of his brother.

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