Please Help Japan.....

In the spirit of helping those affected by the earthquake and tsunami in Japan, a group of artists from Etsy Metal have committed to donating proceeds from their sales of jewelry.  I am currently hosting a "Red Cross Sale" in which everything in my Etsy Shop is marked 10% off, and $10 of every sale goes to the Red Cross.

Details of the various sales are below!

Shannon Conrad(RubyGirl) is going to donate 20% of the sales of anything from her Kikyo Collection for the month of March.

Mark Kaplan has three pairs of earrings and he is donating ALL the proceeds to either the american red cross or doctors without borders... buyers choose which...

Konstanze from Nodeform says "through March 31st, I am giving 10% off rings from The FLOW collection and will be donating 10% of the sales of those rings to "Architecture for Humanity" for reconstruction efforts in Japan. (
See the collection here:
Use coupon code FLOW10TSUNAMI to get your 10% off for all rings from the Flow collection only."

Kathryn Cole says "50% of the proceeds from the sale of my cherry blossom bangles and my cherry blossom rings will be donated to the The Red Cross for disaster relief in Japan through the month of March."
Here are the listings:
AND "also through March 31st, 25% of all other sales in my shop will be donated to The Red Cross disaster relief for Japan. "

Danielle Miller has "100% of ALL OF THE PROCEEDS from these earrings will be donated to the American Red Cross: Japan Earthquake and Pacific Tsunami fund."

Erga will be donating 50% of each sale of this specially made piece to a Japan relief fund for each necklace purchased:

Chuck Domitrovich of DownToTheWireDesigns says "I am going to give ALL of the proceeds from these earrings to your choice of either Doctors Without Borders or the American Red Cross to help fund their efforts in assisting with the relief effort in Japan."

This is a great opportunity to not only purchase gifts or jewelry for yourself, but to help those in dire need.



  1. Catherine, I posted a link to this on my blog and just sent out a tweet. Good luck!

  2. Thank you, Amy! Your support means a lot to me.


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