Monday, November 1, 2010

A Creative Donor, being a blessing

Field of Sunflowers I (size 18” x 18”) Field of Sunflowers II (size 18” x 18”)
An Opportunity to own two Diane Arthurs signed prints….all proceeds going to an Camphor Mission Liberia Africa

I have an opportunity to help a child in Liberia Africa and hope you will help me.

Through my church, the United Methodist church of Chagrin Falls, I was given $5.00 as seed money. I am to take the $5 and multiply it in any creative way that I want. The monies I make will go to the Camphor Mission in Liberia Africa. Camphor is a United Methodist Mission that my church has been affiliated with for a few years. This mission is a clinic and school. To learn more, you can go to or Goggle Camphor Mission. Some of the children that are educated there have to walk 1-2 hrs to and from their home each day and back. We can sponsor a child, who would stay at the mission during the week and go home on the weekend, for $300.00 one year. My goal is to personally sponsor a child for one year.
God gives every one of us a talent and he has blessed me with the talent of being artistic. I have a wonderful career and business using my talent and I decided to use it, to give back.

I am putting up on eBay auction, 2 signed prints called “Field of Sunflowers I & II” These prints are each 18” x 18”. I have chosen these specific prints because right now they have been mocked up for a set of dinnerware through Lifetime Brands. This is not a DONE deal, but they mocked up the design so that a major department store will pick up the design for dinnerware. I have seen the mock ups and they are wonderful. You may have seen some of my Christmas designs in Kohl’s last year, and” Evergreen Ernie “is at www.

These prints will go on eBay today with a starting bid of $50.00. All proceeds will be going towards the Camphor Mission. If you are interested in bidding on these prints go to: and search Diane Arthurs signed print for charity.

I will personally sign the prints for the highest bidder. The closing of the bid will be November 9, 2010.
I would also appreciate it if you emailed this note out to all those on your email list. Let the bidding begin.
Thank You, Diane

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