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Friday, August 31, 2012

Beaders and beads and predator-proof fences - what do they have in common?

At the end of each financial year (June) I review the sales of items (patterns and jewellery) in my Endangered collection items. These are items I have designed to create talk about the beauty of the world's endangered species and their struggles for survival. 10% of sales each tax year in the collection are donated to the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) (Australia).

This year beads and beaders have helped to purchase two metres of a five kilometre predator-proof fence for the Australian Black-flank rock wallaby is Dax's donation to the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) in 2011/2012. Thanks to everyone who supported this possibility.

To read about this and previous years - link here

In celebration of this year's donation here's some of the Endangered collection pieces. They can be made to order or you can make your own using one of my patterns.


Candys S McCulley said...

The Tiger is my guess. :}

Candys in Oklahoma
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Glenda of Dax Designs said...

Candys - thanks for trying to guess - will let you know the outcome asap...

Glenda of Dax Designs said...

Candy - it's Giraffes at Sunset. Thanks for your thoughts. Glenda

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