After months of searching for the perfect candle
jars for this fund raiser to help in the fight against
Crohn's Disease and Colitis I was thrilled
to find these.
The two jar sizes compliment each other and allow
for multiple levels of involvement in this event.
That was the good news.
The bad news is
I bought all of the jars our
local Christmas Tree Shops had.
That wasn't that many.
I had hoped that they would restock
and I would get more....
but that is not going to happen.
That was it!
To get more I would have to
go to another state.
It happens that I have friends in other
states who might be willing to check out
availability in their local stores.
Therefore I am posting these photos
of an unfinished project so that they can
see what the jars look like.
If you happen to see some and want
to let me know I'd appreciate it.
I am about three quarters done with the
labels and thank you card that will go with each
candle. The information that is on this card
will probably be more spread out and included
I so love the job my friend Elisabeth Walsh did
with the artwork of the girl in the purple dress.
She volunteered her talents toward this project.
You can find more of her work at her Etsy Shop,
When we are ready to totally launch the
project I will write again explaining the concept
and the special lady behind this project.
It is very worthwhile!
Perhaps one day we will be able
to say "good-bye" to colitis and crohn's
once and for all.
50% of the sale of these candles will go
to fight, fight, fight these