Stamp A Day Raffle!!!
Posted by manicstamper on February 4, 2008
In my last post I said I was going to be doing a Stamp A Day raffle in aid of the Ellenor Wiseman Trust which you can read about and follow the progress of HERE.
I read Kirsty’s blog every day. Although I am not a scrapper I just find her blog compulsive reading and have fallen completely in love with her beautiful daughter Ellie…….also known as Belle.
So I want to raise some money for this gorgeous little girl and I want you to help me.
Every day……until supplies are exhausted……I am going to be raffling off a stamp. Some stamps will be brand new and unused others might be slightly used and there will be a mix of mounted and unmounted stamps, single stamps and bags of assorted stamps.
Here are the rules for the raffle-:
If you would like to win the stamp you will need to be prepared to make a donation to the fund in exchange for the stamp.
To win just add your name to the comments section for that day and
number your comment following on numerically from the previous comment.
At midnight GMT I will use Random.org to generate a winner and announce it shortly after. I will also post the next stamp at that time.
If you are the winner you will need to make a donation directly to the fund and not to me.
Once you have made your donation contact me via the e mail address in the sidebar of my blog to let me know that you have made your donation and also to give me your full name and address details.
The amount of your donation is your private affair and you do not need to let me know how much you have given.
All packages for the week will be posted together on a Friday as this is the one day I know that I can guarantee to get to the post office.
Posts will be deleted as stamps are won and any that are unsold on the day of posting will be left in place.
You will be able to view them by clicking on STAMPS FOR BELLE in the labels list in the side bar.
Edited to add-I am quoting the stamp prices to give an idea of their worth. You are not expected to donate that amount. Whatever you can give will be very much appreciated.