Thursday, March 24, 2011

A Neko Who Wears His Heart on His Tummy

Together with a whole lot of Maneki Nekos ~ the traditional Good Fortune Cats ~ we have  now raised $1000 for various relief organizations: Red Cross, Save the Children, The International Medical Corp., the Japan Earthquake and Tsunami Relief Fund, the Salvation Army, MercyCorps,  Peace Winds Japan, Doctors Without Borders, Japan Earthquake Animal Rescue and Support, and World Vets.

Here's the deal.  I make the jewelry.  Earrings, which you can see in earlier posts, are $30, with $3.50 for shipping & handling within the U.S.  Of that, $30 goes to the relief organization of your choice.  I send you an invoice.  You pay.  I send your chosen charity the money, and send you your earrings, along with confirmation of the donation.  There are also necklaces and bracelets available, or I can make you a cell phone charm or zipper pull or charm.  All these items are handmade and unique.

To order, leave a comment and tell me what you want, and your email address.  Comments are not posted (unless I post them) so your email address is safe.  Let's see if we can reach a new goal of $2000.

Today there's a new necklace to tempt you and aid Japan. I have included a Buy It Now button to make the process simpler.  If you wish to pay using an alternate method, simply contact me via this blog or my FaceBook page.  Please help spread the word.


Heartful Maneki Neko

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Here's a little neko who wears his heart on his tummy.  

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He hangs from an 18" beaded strand of hearts, flowers, and pink brightandshinythings.

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The cost is $60, with free shipping and handling. Of that, $50 goes to the charity you choose from the list above.






There is no other necklace like it in the world.  If it speaks to you, click the button.  If not, please spread the word.


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1 comment:

  1. These are all so beautiful, and it's a beautiful thing you are doing! I LOVE my Maneki Neko earrings, and everyone who sees them is enchanted by them, and the story behind them. Keep up the good work!

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