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Preschool fundraiser ideas

Great class project for Red Ribbon Week. Add the pledge around the artwork as a border. "I pledge to make healthy choices, be a positive role model for my friends, and support the mission of Red Ribbon Week: No use of illegal drugs, no illegal use of legal drugs.

good group project: black acrylic hand prints, watered down tempera on colored paper.

GREAT school auction projects here. This was made by a friend with the kindergarten class. The frame was made by her husband over a plain mirror. The ruler lines are adhesive. notice the saying at bottom! So cute! christoperson2

diy simple outdoor ideas

Next time I have to donate a basket for a raffle, I'm doing this!!

Blue Velvet Chair: Butterflies and Dragonflies - DIY Tutorial

Great messaging for the organization. These cardboard standups lined the road leading to the venue. From the minute guests arrived we were reminding them why they were there.

list of items in baskets - people will know what's in them and you can package them up to look good and function (rather than having to show everything)

Herb garden with painted terra cotta planters

tape resist cross - so easy! I love it.

Great Classroom Project!

Classic use of "children's handprints". Can't miss. $500

Classroom painted this sandbox for the school's annual Benefit Auction. Sold for $800

Classic use of "children's handprints". Can't miss. $500

Love that this Classroom Project is actually functional! Cute is great, and we know parents will bid on most anything done my the little angels. But anytime the item can actually be used, displayed in public, shared with friends...The value goes up considerably. Sold 2 @ $275 each. Need help with your Charity Auction? Talk to Jim @ www.CharityAuctio...

First, sorry for the terrible photo quality. Buit this item was a collaboration between the school and a well know local artist who worked with the kids to do the hand molds, then he designed and hand carved the "tree trunk" for the student's hand to be mounted. It was truly a striking piece that was ultimately sold for more than $30,000 in the Live Auction. *Your milage may vary, but I loved the idea of working with a local artist.