Blogging for a Cure: The final 2 days

Bidding starts tomorrow for the first round of glorious snowflakes created in support of Robert’s Snow. All proceeds will go to cancer research at the Dana Farber institute. For details about how the auction will work, please visit Robert’s Snow for Cancer’s Cure.

This morning I watched the Robert’s Snow video for the first time, and if you haven’t already done so, now is the moment. It is awe-inspiring and moving, not to mention the perfect way to review all of the flakes in preparation for tomorrow’s bidding.

Gorgeous, no?

Below are the last sets of links to illustrator features for Robert’s Snow. Also, at the bottom of this post you will find a link to a page created by the tireless, fantabulous Jules of 7-imp where she has compiled links to all of the features created for this blogging event. Important to remember that not all of the snowflakes were featured on blogs over the past month. Some had not been created until the initiative had begun. So there are even more great snowflakes out there to bid on.

A Chair, A Fireplace and a Tea Cosy – Paul Brewer
Jo’s Journal – Aaron Zenz
What Adrienne Thinks About That – Wendy Edelson
Chicken Spaghetti – Joan Waites
Book, book, book – Giles Laroche
Check it Out – Annie Patterson
The Miss Rumphius Effect – Teri Sloat
Lisa’s Little Corner of the Internet – Anette Heiberg
Wild Rose Reader – Wade Zahares

7-imp’s Master List of Features

Kinda sad that all of this fun is wrapping up, but it’s exciting to see how much money will be raised as these little babies start finding their way to happy homes over the next month.

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