Sunday. March 16, 2014. By now this auction is over. Thank you to all the children and parents who poured their love into creating this beautiful auction offering. At our Gala last night, starting at a bid of $65, this auction package sold for $205. There were 8 bids by multiple bidders. Thank you to all who support our Waldorf School of Orange County in our 2014 Annual Gala and Auction.
Our Waldorf School of Orange County craft group got together to create a “Dream Castle Kiki” Raffle prize for our 2014 Annual Gala and Auction. Many children joined in to craft for that raffle offering.
After the completion of the large, epic “Dream Castle Kiki” Raffle project, several children requested to contribute more!
Thanks to the incentives of Hannah, Elena, Anička, Sara and Sophia, this “Faiiry Tales Dolls Set in a Vintage Suitcase” is created as an offering for our 2014 school fundraiser. Click on the image below to bid on this:
Bid on these handmade dolls here. Ends March 15, 2014
The average doll is 5 inches tall. These dolls come in a vintage suitcase.
- King by Yuko
- Queen by 8 year old Anicka, homeschooler
- Witch by Hannah, 6th Grader
- The Witch’s cat by Hannah, 6th Grader
- Hansel by Sarah, 2nd Grader
- Gretel by Sarah, 2nd Grader
- Wolf by Hannah, 6th Grader and Yuko
- Mother Goose / Old woman by Sophia, 2nd grader
- The Dashing Prince with a removable cape by Hannah, 6th Grader
- Fairy Godmother to make everything all right again by Elena, 3rd Grader
A special thank you to donors…
- Vintage Suitcase to house it all – donated by Alyssa Hamilton
- Gourmet dinner that fed the crafters – Alena Audenis
- Wool Batting donated by Peace Fleece
- Other crafting supplies donated by CastleofCostaMesa.Com
- Technical help by Yuko McCarthy, Heather Sebring, Alena Audenis and Jzin Teng
A note to out-of-town bidders:
* You do not need to be present to win this bid. Winner pays shipping from Costa Mesa, Southern California, USA. We ship internationally via United States Postal Service.
* Participants from outside the USA address are invited to register using our school address: 2350 Canyon Drive, Costa Mesa, CA 92627. This way we know you are outside of our immediate area. Please leave your e-mail address and phone number so we know where to ship to when you win.
Thank you for supporting our school!
The Children’s Creative Process
Saturday, March 1, 2014. The children deep in the state of creating. Thank you Alena for hosting this crafting party in the pouring rain!
Our very healthy gourmet chef Alena prepared a delicious meal to feed the busy crafters! Roasted coconut oil tossed organic vegetables and asparagus soup, baked sweet potatoes among many other entrees warm us all in this rainy evening.
The children, dining on white table cloth, with an open tureen of warm, elegant, soul-nourishing asparagus soup. Ah! Patrick Audenis, you married a good woman! – Jzin
The children, enjoying a very healthy and delectable freshly made dinner.
A doll, slowly coming into being. These anticipated series of unforeseen transformations are part of the allure and excitement of doll making.
Yay! Completed! Hannah and her newly created Witch and her crazy cat! Scroll down to get a better look of this feline with an attitude! Such joy when a doll is created!
Monday. March 2014. Our creations so far! They are now available to bid on for our Waldorf School of Orange County 2014 Gala and Auction! Click here to bid on this to encourage our girls plus to support our school.
2nd grader Sarah needle-felted Hansel and Gretel. Her sister Hannah and mother Yuko made the wolf in the background.
Thank you Peace Fleece for donating the colorful wool batting for making these dolls! Peace Fleece is my favorite place to buy wool batting. Check out their store here. – Jzin, CastleofCostaMesa.Com
Mother Goose/The old woman.
Back view. Mother Goose wears a vintage doily as her shawl. The vintage doily is one of the craft supplies treasures from our favorite one-of-a-kind local craft store, Piecemakers Country Store.
6th Grader Hannah’s Witch and her beloved feline company, on a walk. Not matter how foul tempered the witch is, she still has a soft spot and much sweetness for her pretty cat!
3rd grader Elena’s handmade Fairy Godmother who makes everything better!
Her golden hair is made from the softest, luxurious hand-dyed baby goat locks.
Hannah’s creation: The manly Prince with windswept hair and removable cape.
His cape is made from remnant velvet from Piecemakers Country store in Costa Mesa, California.
The Royal Couple. 8 year old Anicka designed and needle-felted the queen.
Unique Offerings from Waldorf School of Orange County March 15, 2014 Gala and Auction
Our community has lovingly prepared many wonderful one-of-a-kind offerings which are full of heart and soul for our Waldorf School of Orange County 2014 Annual Gala and Fundraiser. Here are some examples of treasures you will not find else where! Hurry and bid. All these end on March 15, 2014. Saturday, 8pm Pacific Standard Time.
$20 for a chance to win. Raffle No. 900: Dream Castle Kiki grand raffle.
Our community has worked hard to bring quality and beautiful handmade, one-of-a-kind offerings to those who support our fundraiser. Please shop here to pour some loving encouragements into our endeavors. Thank you! https://cloud.bidpal.net/Portal10/bpe68199/main/home.html
Alternate view (My Pinterest board): Shop craft items to support our school
Gallery of Past Projects from The Waldorf School of Orange County Craft Group
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I give away my lovingly handmade dolls and crafts every season. If you “Like” my Castle of Costa Mesa Facebook page, you will be notified of upcoming giveaways. Click here to view the list of my past giveaways. Perhaps the next winner could be YOU?
Support Our Local Waldorf Community/ Place a Free Ad
If you are interested in placing an ad on “Support Our Southern California Waldorf Community” (free if you are a member of Southern California Waldorf community) please e-mail me a good picture and a link.
Meanwhile, please support our local peeps! Thanks! – Jzin