A Fandom Auction to help Haiti recover

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Offering Artistry
Palms by echoe69
heidi8 wrote in help_haiti
If you would like to offer art (other than icons/wallpapers/journal-or-site-layouts) such as fanart, original art, tattoo designs, tarot card designs, prints, something you've already created, cartoons, sculpture or 3-D art, art for the winning bidder's fic, an art critique, a fanvid, jewelry or photography, please use the template below to offer your artistry.

Since we are going to have a second round of auctions later this winter, the goal for this round will be for things that can be delivered by February 14, although if you want to offer something with a later delivery date, please indicate that in the Additional Info section. Also, if you are offering more than one item, or would like to indicate a "reserve" of up to $50, please indicate so in the Additional Info section.

This auction will close on Wednesday, January 20, 2010 at approximately noon Eastern Standard Time.

Bidding Rules

Bid by commenting to the Offering post.

Bids must be raised by at least a dollar per bid

Please do not delete comment containing a bid - if you have an issue, please comment to your bid explaining what happened, or contact a Comm mod.

How to Offer
Please list the type of item and fandom (if relevant) in the Subject to your post.

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User Name: apollinav
Email address: apollinawrites@gmail.com
YM/AIM/Gtalk/ICQ (optional): n/a
You can see things I've created at: photo attached

I am offering: Mischief Managed Cloak
This is a fingertip length demi-cape perfect for lighter weather. It is made of very soft navy murano wool - not scratchy at all, and it is lined with delicate paper-thin lavender silk. The silk has a lovely sheen/glow that's not captured by my camera. Due to the delicacy of the silk, it is entirely hemmed by hand. A simple pewter heart-shaped clasp graces the throat.

Additional Info (optional):


I will ship anywhere in the US. Overseas bidders please contact me first regarding shipping before bidding.

Starting Bid: $40

Edited at 2010-01-16 03:37 am (UTC)

What a find, I would love this so much! $45 to get myself in line :D

I believe the manufacturer is La Mode. Thanks!

Oh, man this is gorgeous! $50

Where did you get the clasp, if you don't mind me asking? I've made a couple of calf-length cloaks and I could never find clasps that were both sturdy and pretty.

You won!
Please read the Auction Closing Procedures at http://community.livejournal.com/help_haiti/10319.html

If you've already made a donation that covers the amount of your winning bid(s), confirm your donation to the item Offeror or the help_haiti mods, as explained here.

If you haven't donated yet, you can find a list of charities at http://community.livejournal.com/help_haiti/660.html?mode=reply - or you can connect with the Offeror to discuss a donation to a different charity/agency/organization. After you've made your donations(s), please confirm your donation to the item Offeror or the help_haiti mods, as explained here.

If you have any questions, ask them here.

Remember, we have screened replies at help_haiti for the time being, so discussion between Offeror and Winning Bidder should move out of the comm into one of your LJs, PMs, email, etc.

Thank you from help_haiti!

We've just notified the winning bidder(s), and asked them to connect with you directly, or with us, to confirm their donation. Once they do, you can get started on your Offering, or ship it to them, or whatever suits the circumstances. Or if you prefer, you can get in touch with the winning bidder yourself, any time.


Once a winning bidder has sent you confirmation of his or her donation, we would really appreciate it if you visited the Donation Confirmation Station at http://community.livejournal.com/help_haiti/10005.html - it will really help with our record keeping and putting together the final tally.

If you have any questions, ask them here; if you haven't heard from the Winning Bidder by Sunday, and you've tried to contact him or her yourself, let us know there, too.

Remember, we have screened replies at help_haiti for the time being, so discussion between Offeror and Winning Bidder should move out of the comm into one of your LJs, PMs, email, etc.

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