If you haven’t heard, I’m running a kickstarter campaign in the hopes of printing a book of the collaborative doodles I do with our 4-year old daughter. (And if you have, I’m sorry…but I’m really trying to do everything I can to make this happen!) We’ve had SO much support, and so many great shares and contributions–and we’re already over HALFWAY there!
It is a lot of money for a goal, but for a 96-page, hardcover, FULL color book full of doodle pages and quirky illustrations, as well as the cost of shipping everything to everyone, I have hope that we can do it.
If you’re new to kickstarter, there are a couple of things you should know: 1: You don’t get charged until (and unless) the kickstarter project makes its goal by the deadline (in our case, April 17th). And thusly, 2: If we don’t make our goal by deadline, the project fails and nothing happens. Boohoo!
For your pledge, you can select different reward tiers, and I’ve got some pretty cool ones: postcards, gift tags, books, and CUSTOM doodles!
I really really want to share this book with everyone! I want to share something weird and wonderful with the world. I want to put something GOOD in it. And I want to encourage other people to do the same thing in their own lives.
So please PLEASE consider putting in a pledge–every bit helps!–and if you can’t, please just share the link with anyone & everyone you think might enjoy it. Thank you all SO MUCH!
Here’s the link again to our kickstarter campaign…Thank you thank you and thank you again!
Reblogged this on Anglo Saxon Celt Creates and commented:
I don’t have the cash to help this project off the ground so I’m sharing instead. If you haven’t come across Busymockingbird’s blog yet you are in for an absolute treat. Enjoy!
Hey there! So I definitely want to support this project, but I’m concerned. I did a little research and kick starter has tons of bad reviews. I know it’s probably too late, but I just don’t want them to screw you. Is there any other way I can send financial support to you?
Hi there! Well, thank you–every project always has its negative experiences, and if you don’t feel comfortable, it’s your choice, and I totally understand! I’ve had friends have great experiences with it, though, and I am hoping it will be a positive one for me. Thank you so much!