Creations for Charity thank you gift

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This is the 2010 gift, the 2011 gift will be in lime green and yellow.

This is the thank you gift to Creations for Charity 2010 participants who will have contributed over $50 to the fundraiser by selling a creation or making a monetary donation. This keychain is designed by me and engraved by Tommy Armstrong. It is assembled and glued by Sean Kenney and topped off with a real gold-plated Lego brick from ChromeBricks.

The tag will be signed by Tommy, Sean, and me to signify that the keychain has passed through the three of us who specialized in a step of its completion. Thank you for your generous donation and we hope you’ll enjoy this unique gift.

The Deathly Halliwell, bricks.life.idea, and 7 other people added this photo to their favorites.

  1. The Deathly Halliwell 53 months ago | reply

    What a cool idea. The participants will probably really appreciate this.

  2. MrBrickster 53 months ago | reply

    That my friend is simple but awesome!

  3. Starwars4J 53 months ago | reply

    That's a very nice bonus to the buyers. I understand too why you had to use a 2x4 for the base, but when I look at it I can't help but to think it's a cheerful Christmas coffin :P

  4. Legohaulic 53 months ago | reply

    Very cool Nannan.

  5. marioman3138 53 months ago | reply

    Curious, do people who spend over $50 get this as well? Becuase if yes, I may spend more than I origianly planed, because I like it :) and more help for the children, the better.

  6. Nannan Z. 53 months ago | reply

    Only the donations count, otherwise I'd need way more keychains than I can afford.

  7. K. Jewell 53 months ago | reply

    I only have around $40ish,What If I buy a $30 set to?

  8. Nannan Z. 53 months ago | reply

    Purchases don't count towards the donation amount, the keychains are also a very popular item. Many people have donated $50 just to get it. I will contact you if there are leftovers that you can get for $40, no guarantees however.

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