Wednesday, October 29, 2008

We've Got Winners!!!

We raffled off a Sewing Machine to benefit the Susan G. Komen Foundation earlier this month. We raised $310!!! Congrats to:

Julie McElroy!!!!!

You won the sewing machine raffle!!!

We also raffled off a handmade book to benefit A Place to Bark.

The winner is....

Sandy Kayat!!!!!

Thank you for your support of these two awesome charitable causes!!!

Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Sewing Machine Raffle

Sewing Machines Plus has donated a top of the line sewing machine for us to raffle off! The Singer Scholastic Plus 6550 Teachers Model Sewing Machine comes with a Free Workbook & Instructional Video:

Check out all the awesome stitches it can do!!!

Raffle tickets are $20 each or 3 for $50. To purchase a ticket, click on the Paypal "Donate" button below and follow the prompts. Thank you!!

Raffle for Arietta to Benefit Autism Speaks

Valley of the Dolls graciously donated one of their exquisite dolls to Scrapbook Royalty to benefit Autism Speaks!

Meet Arietta:

You may purchase raffle tickets to win Arietta (retail value $100) via Paypal. Tickets are $5 each of 5 tickets for $20. Simply send click the button below to purchase tickets online. Or you may mail a check to:

Arietta Raffle

c/o Scrapbook Royalty

PO Box 910665

San Diego, CA 92191

And as always, 100% of the proceeds will be donated to Autism Speaks.

Tuesday, September 9, 2008

Auction For A Place to Bark -- Bid HERE!

The "Blythe and Friends" book, pictured above, contains 25 hand-made, front and back, 4" x 4" original mixed media art pages as well as handmade front and back covers, from artists in nine states and three countries.

Created by the Arte du Blythe group on Yahoo, which was founded by
Shoshanah Jennings of Hannah Grey Curiosities & Drygoods
( and Heather Simpson-Bluhm of Bluhm Studios
(, both based in California. The book was
hosted by Gina Smith, group administrator, in Indiana. It features work
by well-known and published artists such as Vicky Breslin, Debbie Metti,
Angela Hoffman, Chelise Stroud-Hery (founder of ZNE), Shelly Mundel,
Maija Lepore, Heather Simpson-Bluhm, and Shoshanah Jennings. Artists
from the United States, Canada, and Israel sent submissions.

The book is a paper arts lover's dream or is perfect for a lover of Blythe, animals, dolls and/or good deeds.

A Place to Bark and Meow is mixed media artist Bernie Berlin's no-kill animal rescue in Tennessee. Bernie Berlin's blog is As she herself says, "I run a full-time dog rescue, taking in the dogs that have been abandoned, abused or police confiscated. I foster, retrain, transport & adopt. Cats are also welcome at my rescue. I am drawn to the unwanted, unloved and misunderstood. I am hoping to educate and effect change for the animals that do not have a voice of their own."

A Place to Bark and Meow was one of the five top national finalists in last year's Parade magazine charity profile/fund-raiser. To date 2,453 people have donated $44,527 to AP2B, but the needs are constant as Bernie travels to other states to rescue abandoned, abused and injured animals, rehabilitating them (often with costly veterinary bills and medicines) and then placing them in loving homes.

Bernie currently specializes in Faberge-style eggs and is the author of the popular Artist Trading Card Workshop. She will send a special surprise to be enclosed with the 'fat book' for the winner.

Auction ends October 15th so bid now!! Simply leave a comment in the comments section of this post with your bid amount and email address. We will contact the winner after October 15th. All proceeds from the auction will be donated to A Place to Bark.

Saturday, August 16, 2008

Valley of the Dolls* Silent Auction for * Cornice & Raphia

Valley of the Dolls has graciously donated a pair of their exquisitely crafted dolls to Scrapbook Royalty to benefit Autism Speaks!

Meet Cornice & Raphia:

Bidding for Cornice & Raphia (retail value $300) begins at $100 and all proceeds will be donated to Autism Speaks. Please post your bid below in the comments section of this blog post.

Friday, March 14, 2008

We haven't Finished Raising Money Yet...

In order to raise more for the charities and get closer to our goal, we have decided to give everyone until the end of March to purchase tickets for our three raffles. Tell your family and friends - these are open to the public! So hurry and purchase your tickets, we will be drawing the raffle on April 1st, Good luck!

Purchase your tickets at this link...
  • The first drawing is for a gift certificate from Bradford Renaissance Portraits and is worth $3000. This includes photography and a 16x20 wall portrait hand embellished with oil paints. Tickets for this raffle are $20 each.
  • The second is for a Rowley Portraiture 14" wall canvas which includes a sitting for a single child 3 and up. Valued at $1000, tickets for this raffle are $10 each.