When people see my jeans all covered in paint, they say "You could get a lot of money for those". Now is our chance to see if that is true. I am raffling a unique artifact - jeans bearing evidence of my painterly life - to raise money for the Rupert Village Trust, a non-profit of which I am a founding board member.
Buy raffle tickets here. Note that your credit card statement will show Rupert Village Trust as the vendor, not me personally.
Check out the jeans:
|Cut them up and make a Painter's Tote Bag or decorative pillow.|
|Display them on a wall, or use them to build a scarecrow.|
|I have another pair, always, in the works.|
|You could cut out the colorful part and sew them onto your own jeans.|
We formed the Rupert Village Trust in order to save an old general store building and make it into a café and community center. Rupert is a tiny, but spread out, rural town in southwestern Vermont, population just over 700. The Sheldon Store Café and Community Center will add significantly to the social infrastructure of the Town. Thanks for visiting!