Fish and Loaves Fundraiser

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Praying that the Lord will use our ‘fish and loaves’ to bring our boy home!   OUR CURRENT TOTAL IS – $1,060 !!!

Okay, here it is!  Below you will see pictures of all of the items that have been donated to our fundraiser.  Here’s how it works.  Any donation enters you into a drawing for one of the gifts.  You donate by clicking the paypal button on the right.  You do not have to have a paypal account to donate.  Any friends you send that donate will be entered and each friend will count as an additional ‘name in the hat’ for yourself as well.  Make sure your friends leave comments below to let me know that you sent them, so I can add your name an additional time.  The fundraiser will go from Thursday to Saturday evening when we will draw and announce our winners.

I’m so excited about these gifts that have been donated!  I am confident anyone would love them!

Christina’s Bakery in Hanover, PA donated a $20 gift card.  I do believe that they

ship, so if you live out of town, you can still indulge!  Their buttercream frosting is out of this world!

Photo: Cupcakes for today are: German Chocolate, Coconut, Cookies & Cream, Carrot, Chocolate Peanut Butter; and of course Chocolate and Vanilla Cupcakes with Chocolate and Vanilla Buttercream.

Grace & Glee is donating a custom made, one of a kind, knitted tea set.  My daughter LOVES hers!  As previously mentioned, every little girl should have one!

Photo: Grace & Glee is donating a knitted tea set for our adoption fundraiser!  Lydia would agree, every little girl should have one!  =)

I am a huge fan of Taylor Joelle Designs.  They have such fun and unique designs for kiddos.  They have graciously donated 3 baby boy onesies with matching striped leg warmers.  A-DORABLE!!!  I don’t have a picture of the actual item, but here is an example of one of their designs, so you will see how absolutely cool they are.

Photo: LOVED the shoot with Heather Telford Photography!  These knot dresses should be up on our site in just a couple weeks.  Sizes are 2T through 6T.  My favorite Taylor Joelle product yet! - Jenny

I have been a huge fan of Chartreuse for a couple of years now, and I was delighted when she agreed to donate a gift to our fundraiser!  She takes items that most people would see and throw out, and makes them works of art.  Below is a picture of what used to be a hideous chair that she transformed.  We aren’t sure what the exact item will be yet, but I assure you, I will wish it was mine!

Photo: These chairs turned out amazingly beautiful!  Beth Turner Herochik of Winter Bird Interiors in Richmond is responsible for this perfect transformation! Wow!

My very favorite frame company, that I use for my business donated two of their gorgeous frames for gifts to help bring our boy home.  Thank you, Artsy Couture!

Photo: Giveaway: We are giving away three 11x14 sweet frames. Simply comment here and tell us other than Gallery Blocks, Photo Cubes and Sweet Frames what other photo products you would like Artsy Couture to sell.

The Shabby Apple has been a dress company that I regularly drool over their designs.  So, I was totally screaming when they graciously agreed to donate a dress as a gift to bring our boy home.  Below is the dress they are donating.  They gave me a coupon code so that the winner can get the dress in her exact size.  Brilliant!

Purple ballerina dress has ruching at waist with a v-neckline.

And, I saved the best for last!  The Gaslight Inn in Gettysburg is donating a night’s stay as a gift for our fundraiser.  Justin and I stayed there a couple of months ago, and it was absolutely fantastic!  Our room was nothing short of luxurious, and the breakfast left me craving another trip back.  I can’t wait to give this to one of our sweet friends as a thank you for donating!

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Don’t forget if you send friends, to tell them to leave a comment with your name!

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About bindmywanderingheart

I am a child of God, wife of Justin for 12 years, and mom of 4 incredible kiddos. Our daughter, Lydia has congenital glaucoma and fibrovascular downgrowth. Join us on our journey as we fight the darkness of Lydia's eyes, and of this world.

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