More Tombola Prizes

5th February 2010

The steady influx of Etsy For Animals tombola prizes for Viva tomorrow has finally come to a halt. Thank you so much for to all you lovely vegan Etsys that donated. Our stall will be postively brimming over with amazing goodies.

Here are just a few of my favs that have arrived over the last week:

  • Charm bracelet by Ladies Blend, I might have to buy some tickets myself to see if I can win this one!


  • A print by Amanda Atkins the stuff on her website is ah-ma-zing.



  • Any knitters out there? We have these organic chicken kit, complete with vegan yarn and instructions from Yarn Miracle.


Don’t forget to buy a ticket or two when you come and see us and good luck!!

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3 thoughts on “More Tombola Prizes”

  • such FABULOUS creations! so much fun to see them! : ) i hope you got my vintage lace necklace — hoping it made the long trip safe and sound : )

    i wish you TONS of luck and Barrels of FUN! : ) looking forward to hearing how everything goes : ) EFA rocks — thanks to michele and all of your wonderful people more and more animals get a helping paw each day! thanks so much for all that you do!

    take care

    • We did and some lucky person won it! We have raised about £40 so far, but we had so many prizes that we are going to roll it over to our next event and hopefully raise even more money for Cedar Hill! x

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