Organising an auction - Auctions are UP!! link on 1st page

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Re: Organising an auction - Auctions are UP!!

Post by AmberLeah » Wed Jun 26, 2013 9:18 am

rangitotogirl wrote:They are doing amazingly well with their fundraising and will get there very soon by the looks. I think they started fundraising at the beginning of this week and already up to $70000+. They've devoted their lives to giving and it's all flooding back.

Here is their Givealittle page:

http://www.givealittle.co.nz/member/Rob ... brainfixed
Isnt it amazing :smt049
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Re: Organising an auction

Post by Mel » Wed Jun 26, 2013 11:22 am

wow and only 1700 donors, some must be huge donations

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Post by meow » Wed Jun 26, 2013 11:44 am

I've got a pair of handmade by Viv merino kiddie gloves that I bought from her, but my daughter has another few pairs already and doesn't wear gloves anyway :roll:

Would these help? In great condition. Will see if I can find anything else, do they need to be handmade?
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Post by nickers » Thu Jun 27, 2013 11:16 am

I still haven't gotten around to advertising my Angelcare Monitor on TM (its the AC301 model I had at the Multiple Birth Garage sale all boxed up and ready to go). Its yours if you want it to add to your auctions :D

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Post by AmberLeah » Thu Jun 27, 2013 5:10 pm

meow wrote:I've got a pair of handmade by Viv merino kiddie gloves that I bought from her, but my daughter has another few pairs already and doesn't wear gloves anyway :roll:

Would these help? In great condition. Will see if I can find anything else, do they need to be handmade?
For what I had in mind I was thinking just homemade/craftiness :D but in all honesty there is nothing stopping anyone auctioning off second hand stuff and depositing the money into his give a little fund themselves :wink: so long as you put "Robbie Ritchie" in the auction details when people search on trade me the auctions will pop up and trade me will waive the success fees if you email them and let them know your auction is for charity :vibes:
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Re: Organising an auction

Post by Minty » Fri Jul 05, 2013 5:18 pm

Here you are AmberLeah. You can slurp photos straight from here to TM.

They can all have the following description (with individual descriptions as shown below photos):

Brand new, super cute buttons are handcrafted in Christchurch.
Buttons are very durable and machine washable (do not dryclean).
Sew on your hand knitting or other crafts to create a special, unique garment.

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Daisies on pink (set of 5).
17mm
I would set reserve at ~$10

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Fluttering in the pink (set of 6)
Butterfly buttons 17mm
I would set reserve at ~$10

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Snap! (Set of 5)
Crocodile buttons in blues 25mm
I would set reserve at $12

I can send directly from here after auctions if you provide me with postal addresses.

How are you going with collecting items?
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Going button-crazy here. http://www.buttonsbybenji.blogspot.com/

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Post by AmberLeah » Mon Jul 08, 2013 9:51 am

Minty wrote:Here you are AmberLeah. You can slurp photos straight from here to TM.

They can all have the following description (with individual descriptions as shown below photos):

Brand new, super cute buttons are handcrafted in Christchurch.
Buttons are very durable and machine washable (do not dryclean).
Sew on your hand knitting or other crafts to create a special, unique garment.

Image

Daisies on pink (set of 5).
17mm
I would set reserve at ~$10

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Fluttering in the pink (set of 6)
Butterfly buttons 17mm
I would set reserve at ~$10

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Snap! (Set of 5)
Crocodile buttons in blues 25mm
I would set reserve at $12

I can send directly from here after auctions if you provide me with postal addresses.

How are you going with collecting items?
WOW Thanks so much and sorry I didn't see this earlier!! I listed a heap of auctions last night so will add these ones shortly :wink:
When you say slurp these to TM - what do you mean?

Also for everyone else if you want to bid on some crafty goodness here are the auctions \:D/
http://www.trademe.co.nz/Members/Listin ... ber=441801
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Re: Organising an auction - Auctions are UP!! link on 1st page

Post by AmberLeah » Mon Jul 08, 2013 10:06 am

Okay I figured out how to slurp photo's and your buttons are up!! Thanks so much they are gorgeous by the way \:D/
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