Bracelets for Japan

I'm sure if you surf the Web as much as I do, you have seen several auctions/crafts raising money for the tsunami-struck region of Japan. Here's just one I hope you consider.

Eric Heins of Corter Leather is making these beautiful bracelets in his bedroom studio with two roommates helping with the shipping/handling. Cost is $20 (shipping $5) and it is available in three sizes. So far, he's raised more than $25,000 for the Red Cross. I'm impressed by both his talent and his spirit. You can keep up with the fundraising efforts by reading Heins' journal.

Apartment Therapy put together a good how to help guide

Baby washcloth sushi rolls by babeecrafts (Etsy)

Help Japan poster by W+K Studio

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