Boobette Auction

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Ellen was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2015 and last month given the news it had come back, secondary cancer. Ellen has battled it with dignity, humour and strength.  Ellen is a special friend, making us feel welcome, giving encouragement and above all making us giggle.  We have seen the wonderful ideas Ellen’s friends have come up with, RAOK, Titters and Team Boobette out in force at the Swindon Race for Life just goes to show what an inspirational woman Ellen is.  

So now its our turn to support her, give her a hug (I'll be on tippi toes) and help the Woollaston-Cooper Family work through a bucket list. We got in touch with the crafting community and others who said YES! All proceeds will go to Ellen to enjoy any way she likes. Auction is open until 8.30pm Sunday 8th July 2018
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£ 55
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Embroidered hoop by Bex
£ 15
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Family of tiny pets
£ 58
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Family meal for 4 at The Cross Keys, Wootton
£ 32
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Place 4 of 8. Felting workshop
£ 32
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Place 6 of 8. Felting workshop
£ 55
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Pretty Ellys framed print by Bertie & Jack
£ 25
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Hand embroidered mixed media 'postcard'
£ 60
4
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Hand woven shawl by Windy Woolies
£ 32
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Place 5 of 8. Felting workshop
£ 32
1
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Place 7 of 8. Felting workshop
£ 25
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Handmade mini embroidered hoop necklace
£ 32
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Place 1 of 8. Felting workshop
£ 13
1
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Make your own Bondon bagatelle felt necklace kit
£ 50
6
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Flower head ceramic by Jo Coffey
£ 100
11
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Sketchbook day with Jennie Maizels
£ 25
4
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Get your apples pressed into juice
£ 55
4
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Embrace crochet box by Little box of crochet
£ 60
5
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6 months subscription of a children crafty box
£ 120
9
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15 birds headed to....screen print
£ 21
5
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Gel polish manicure / pedicure
£ 60
8
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Dorset cockle earings by Barking Hen Jewellery
£ 44
15
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70cl Bristol London Gin
£ 55
4
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Signed Newcastle United Football circa 1984/85
£ 11
2
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Bespoke wedding card
£ 80
2
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2 VIP tickets to The Handmade Fair Bowood
£ 25
2
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Get you apples pressed into juice 2nd lot
£ 110
4
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Hand cut family tree by Charlies Hand
£ 46
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Veuve Clicquot Champagne
£ 32
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Place 3 of 8. Felting workshop
£ 20
2
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Signed copy of I got a Crocodile by Nicola Killen
£ 210
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Cat trapped in a greenhouse screen print
£ 45
3
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Cupcake or basic cake making course
£ 32
1
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Place 2 of 8. Felting workshop
£ 50
2
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Framed original A-Z drawing by Helen Cowdy
£ 65
2
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Petal diffuser and mood management oil kit
£ 510
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5m Stargazer Bell Tent by Bell Tent Boutique
£ 32
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Place 8 of 8. Felting workshop
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