The Craft Hope for Haiti Etsy shop has raised more than $30,000 for Doctors Without Borders in Haiti.
I am SO PROUD of Jade and Craft Hope.
A number of shop items came from an all-star line-up of crafters, unbelievably talented and big-name gals in the biz. Many of these items, like autographed copies of Amanda Soule's book The Creative Family, have already sold.
A few "famous" items remain and will be available through the weekend.
Check out this scarf by the fabulous Vickie Howell. It is featured in the new Craft Hope book to debut in August (YES! The one I'm in, too!!!):
Own this sweet mini-quilt by Kate Hendersen, featured in the soon to be released Pretty Little Mini Quilts by Lark Books.
And, are you sitting down?
Because the shop also holds three bags including this one, made and donated by the genius AMY BUTLER herself. Imagine owning a bag made by Amy Butler. Picture someone walking up to you and saying, "Did you make that?" To which you reply, "No, Amy Butler did. But thanks for asking."
Pinch me, I'm dreaming!
Finally, one more item in the shop . . .
This camera strap cover was made and donated by a regular Joe-anna:
How I tease you. After my "Rock Star Ruffle camera strap cover" listed on the Etsy site this morning, it sold in under one hour. Makes a girl feel special. :)
You wanted it, didn't you? Wink wink.
Head on over to Craft Hope Haiti on Etsy and share the love!