Less than 24 Hours left to support our Kickstarter Campaign for JUNK: rubbish to gold

I must say, this is one of my favourite photos of our project so far!!

We are so very very delighted that we have managed to raise 105% of our target funds for our JUNK: rubbish to gold project. To date we have had 60 people pledge donations and our videos have been viewed by over 460 people. But there is still time to be part of it all! There is still just over 23 hours left to pledge your support, and to get an amazing book, wonderful jewellery and many other goodies.

Please come and support us, support art Jewellery and support a fantastic project that has HEART! Big hugs and thanks to all of those who have supported us :)

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/rubbishtogold/junk-rubbish-to-...

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