An online auction of donated goods and services, to raise money for SANDS, the stillbirth and neonatal death charity.

We are gearing up to a new auction. For more information, please visit our Facebook page; by following the link below.

Once the auction has finished, please allow us some time to process all the bids and confirm the highest bidder on each lot. We ask that you then pay for your lot(s) within 48 hours using the lot number as a reference number. Once payment has been received, we will then contact the individual/company who donated your lot(s) with your contact details. Unless otherwise specified, postage will be second class recorded.

We hope you find something you like - happy bidding!

Sunday, 14 April 2013

That's all folks...

Thank you all, once again, or your support and generosity, we're so that you have helped us celebrate Benedict's birthday.

Thanks especially go to Polly Chrome Crafts, Made by Amber, Fluffy Fish, Kitty Forrest and Little Gumnut, as well as all those who shared the details of the auction, and of course, the bidders!

We've confirmed the winning bid on each lot, please visit our donation site to pay for your lot and we will then pass your details on. Thanks again, John and Lucie

Wednesday, 10 April 2013

Mini auction 5. 200g rainbow gradiant yarn

Mini auction lot number five:

From Little Gumnut, two skeins of rainbow gradient on organic merino aran, with 50g trim in the colour of your choice. This is a total of approximately 415m of yarn. Also included in this lot, are your choice of a set of rainbow buttons, from the options below, to complete your rainbow project.

Perfect for snuggly, warm knits that will keep you cosy and colourful!

Mini Auction 4. C-type print

Mini auction lot number four:
From artist Kitty Forrest, we have Disco, a bright and beautiful c-type print showing detail from her painting Touching Waterlilies. These gorgeous colours will lighten and brighten any room.
A c-type print is a colour print in which the print material has at least three emulsion layers of light sensitive silver crystals, more information can be found here.
The image itself is 27 x 27cm and has been mounted to fit a 40 x 40cm frame.


Mini Auction 3. Rainbow clips and bag

Mini auction lot number three:
A set of rainbow clips, from the fab Fluffy Fish, with a gorgeous bag to store them in.

Featuring a gorgeous bright rainbow motif, the clips are covered in soft felt, making them perfect for even the softest baby hair.  With two left and two right clips, they can be worn in a variety of ways, including all at once (a favourite style of our four year old!).

The bag measures 17 x 12cm, and is fully lined with a long ribbon strap, is perfect for storing the clips, as well as ribbons, hair bands and grips, or can be used as a little handbag.

Mini Auction 2. Made by Amber semi-custom nappy bundle

Mini auction lot number two:
A set of four semi-custom Made by Amber nappies, made from the fabrics below. You choose the size; S, M or L and either day or night nappies. Please note, in order to make a large from the star pattern pale blue fabric, this will require a border cut style. Examples of Amber's fantastic work can be seen here

Mini Auction 1. Rainbow Heart

Mini auction lot number one:

From the lovely Polly Chrome Crafts, we have a semi-custom slot for a rainbow heart. The hearts measure 5" and can either have a ribbon or keychain attachment.
These are lovely to mark a special occasion, such as an anniversary or new baby's birth, and can be further customised with embroidery or an initial applique on the reverse. For more examples, see the photo album here.

Tuesday, 9 April 2013

Mini Auction!

Today's post is a good news/bad news thing. And we have twice as much good news as we do bad news.

The first (and I happen to thing the best) good news is that we are holding a small, special auction to mark Benedict's first birthday, on Wednesday 10th April. We can't quite believe that it's been a year, but it has, and we think this is the best possible may to mark the occasion.

Unfortunately - and here's the bad news - we have had a small technological problem, and haven't been able to use our laptop, where we had a lot of the details of the lots. But (good news time again) the problem has been temporarily fixed, so we can go ahead, albeit with a slight delay. Seeing as today is the 9th, we're going to have to work pretty hard to get everything ready for tomorrow. We should be able to do it, but I really can't say how long it will take, or therefore what time we'll be able to kick off. I hope that it will still start at some point tomorrow, but it's certainly not going to be 10 am.

So, we need to ask for your patience. But we know that you're all lovely, generous and supportive folks, so we're confident that you can wait just a few hours. Believe us, the items are worth waiting for! We'll keep you updated on here, and also on our Facebook page.

Thank you.