To everyone that has donated stuff, or bid on the auctions, a very heartfelt thank you.
And if ya havenâ€™t bid yet.. Get after it!
Can you hear me saying help my friend TeaCup pretty please?
I know Megan and The Bad kitty’s appreciate your help!
Joining in auctions, fundraising is:
Missy and KC and their Mama ML have given of their hearts to also hold an Auction for TeaCup as well.
ML has dug into her Prized Vintage Stash of Fabric and they are so adorable.
A rose for TeaCup from The Bengal brats and TheMasterOfTheUniverse
Lilly Lu with a Pink Spotted Bandana, to bid go here
The Cat Blogosphere is joining in as well, Mom Robyn and her Kitty Cats Sanjee, Boni Maroni, Mini, Pepi and Gree are accepting donations, to help all our furry friends in need.
Itâ€™s very humbling to be a part of such caring and giving people.
Drop by Weekend Cat Blogging to be hosted for the 100th Edition at A Byootiful Life.
Michelle at When Cat’s Attack will be hosting the 163rd Carnival of the Cats.
Please do drop in and pass some scritches around for Betsy and Pepper and Miya. And make sure you wish Michelle and Adam congratulations on their recent marriage.
May 6, 2007 5 Comments
Giclee so what is it?
(Go here to bid on this beautiful Rose for teacup.)
Giclee is a noun deriving from the French verb gicler, which means “to spray”.
Unlike the printers used for small photos, or day to day printing A â€œGicleeâ€ print is a piece of printed artwork or photograph produced by using a high quality digital inkjet printer which has between eight and twelve ink cartridges.
A Fine art Giclee is the closest to an original painting you can get. These artworks are made with an ultra-high-resolution fine-art printer, on acid free paper or canvas.
Unlike regular printed reproductions, Giclee are truly durable “Museum quality” Fine-Art reproductions.
Canvas for Giclee provides a high gloss finish for all applications that require the highest image quality and an archival display life.
Archival is a term used to define museum standards for the creation and framing of works of art. Archival materials consist wholly of acid-free papers and adhesives.
May 6, 2007 No Comments