Monday, June 13, 2011

Silent Auction fundraiser

My next door neighbour is on the fundraising committee for her daughter’s play group and this year as a fundraising event they are having a silent auction.  So here are my donations.

As you may have noticed from my past post relating to the finger puppets, I decided on a few design changes, mainly on the facial features.  I found by doing it this way I can get in a bit more detail. 
Here’s hoping they go to a good home.


  1. Love it Anna, Will I see you Wed night Kaz

  2. Hi there! great stuff here, I'm glad that I drop by your page and found this very interesting. Thanks for sharing, hoping to read something like this in the future!
    Standard silent auction fundraising events are migrating to the web in order to eliminate inherent inefficiencies and invite an entirely new audience of cause-minded consumers to participate in this growing marketplace.According to Jon Carson, CEO of BiddingForGood, "Silent auction fundraising puts a damper on bidding and by limiting bidding with artificial time and place constraints of the event many constituents are simply unable to bid." Carson adds, "These bidders are often affluent consumers who have real purchasing power who can help drive up the price of any number of items."