Less than ONE WEEK LEFT in the National Eating Disorders Association’s “Every BODY Is Beautiful” Online Fundraising Auction currently running through Wednesday, December 6th!
Do some unique holiday fashion shopping (jewelry, handbags, clothing, celebrity-autographed collectibles – featuring customized jeans from The Sopranos’ Jamie-Lynn Sigler and singer Sarah Evans – and much more) while at the same time contributing to an amazing, life-saving cause!
There are a number of amazing items up for sale, including jewelry, handbags, several offerings from Marc Jacobs, an autographed t-shirt/hat package from Brooks & Dunn, a pair of London Jeans handpainted by country singer Sara Evans, and an exclusive pair of Kasil jeans customized by The Sopranos’ Jamie-Lynn Sigler! Plus books, music, art, trips, spa visits, electronics, and more!
Jewelry designer Karin Collins donated three of her one-of-a-kind SpoonFed Art spoon pendants to the NEDA fundraising project – and they’re all currently ranked in the auction’s “Top 10 Items”! NEDA commissioned Karin to design one very special SpoonFed Art pendant featuring their own logo – and it’s currently listed as the Number One most popular item of the entire auction, the most recent bid coming in at a whopping $370! The other two SpoonFed Art pendants are still hovering at below their actual retail price, however, so get your bids in now! Save some money on your holiday gift list and support an amazing cause at the same time!
And if you haven’t already done so, please take a moment to check out Karin Collins’ latest work at www.SpoonFedArt.com. Karin’s gorgeous wearable art spoon necklaces – made from ordinary kitchen spoons! – have been selling like hotcakes all around the globe since she started her SpoonFed Art website last year.
Karin originally started making her SpoonFed Art necklaces as a personal art-oriented therapy to overcome a serious eating disorder she’d been battling for almost 20 years. Karin continues to actively contribute to and spread awareness of the National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA) to keep the focus of her SpoonFed Art business on the reason it was started – to help heal.
For more information on the inspiring story behind SpoonFed Art, please see this recent LA Weekly article >>
Karin Collins can be reached through her website at www.spoonfedart.com For a little more information, SpoonFed Art can also be found at www.myspace.com/spoonfedart