Monday, October 22, 2007

Robert's Snow - week 2

As you all know - we bloggers are hosting the illustrator's snowflakes (over 200 snowflakes to be auctioned off to help raise money for the cure, with about 70 to 100 featured on different blogs throughout the preview period - last week through the time the auctions start). Here is the week's schedule complete with the full listings of all the blogs on my sidebar. I will post the weekly reminders so you all can check out the snowflakes as they come to us. I would so love to be able to bid on some of these but at this moment cannot afford it. I saw two in week #3 that have butterflies on them but the bidding starts at $150 for any snowflake on week 3 that I can't even think of starting the bid. Check out the link on the side bar to go to the auction site and see all the snowflakes. Also, check out all the bloggers' sites that are featuring some of the illustrators who have done these snowflakes up for interviews, contests, et cetera - some bloggers are running contests in conjunction with their illustrator interviews or posted information and others are featuring the illustrator's other work. So check out the websites, check out the snowflakes and get ready for the auction coming in November - have fun - see you all in the postings - E :)

Here's the schedule for Week 2, which starts Monday. Because the posts aren't up yet, this list links to the participating blogs, instead of to the individual posts. You can find links to the posts themselves, and any last-minute updates, each morning at 7-Imp. Jules and Eisha have also set up a special page at 7-Imp containing a comprehensive list of links to the profiles posted so far. Also not to be missed is Kris Bordessa's post summarizing snowflake-related contests to date over at Paradise Found.

Monday, October 22

Tuesday, October 23

Wednesday, October 24

Thursday, October 25

Friday, October 26

Saturday, October 27

Sunday, October 28

Please take time out to visit all of these blogs, and read about these fabulous illustrators. And, if you're so inclined, think about bidding for a snowflake in the Robert's Snow auction. Each snowflake makes a unique gift (for yourself or for someone else), and supports an important cause.

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