I did a cleanup of my backyard and I still have a few more yucca cuttings to sell as mentioned in my previous posting. Cut your own yucca or as many yuccas as you want for $6.00 per cut. The popular choice of gardeners and landscape designers! There are about 10-15 yuccas that you can cut.
This plant is mature and established. They can take sometime to grow into as big as what you are getting!
The plant you see in the photos is the actual plant. They make a bold statement in any garden and look good as a features in gardens, courtyards, landscapes. They also look beautiful in pots. It brings an architectural look to any garden beds, especially with modern designs.
These plants are easy to establish and maintain. While they prefer full sun and sandy soil, they can grow practically anywhere, including shady spots, rockery, coastal gardens, and pots. These beautiful plants can cost $40++ each for a size like these in nurseries and garden stores!
If you want an instant garden, this is for you. This is a hardy and mature plant, it will not die. It is ready for planting! Once it is planted, it will grow roots again. I have propagated my plants this way and they all survived! There is no postage for delivery of these plants as you are going to cut them and so is a pickup only at Casula (near Liverpool). To make a purchase, click on any of the images above or click on the link below as I have also posted them for sale on ebay -
Proceeds from the sale of these yuccas will be used to help pay for the cost of distributing dresses to disadvantaged children in the world, a self-funded charity work I started in 2011. Your purchase of any of these yucca plants will help make a difference to a life of a disadvantaged child. One yucca at a time....one dress at a time....one disadvantaged child at a time. Thank you.
I am going to Cambodia next weekend (16-Sep-2018) and already have a few dresses in my bag to take with me. I can bring a few more so if there is anyone who wants to sponsor a dress (with sleeves) please do so by clicking on the link below -
Dress A Girl Australia is open for dress donations between the size of 8 t0 10 years old for girls. I am not in a good financial position to distribute large quantities of dresses so there will be a limit of dresses to be donated by individuals and/or groups. Only 8 dresses will be accepted per individual and 15 dresses only for a group. These dresses will be distributed in the Philippines in October so please make sure you send your donations after Sept 23, 2018 but on or before Oct 5. to make sure someone is around to accept parcels. Deliveries for regular parcels now takes a week or more so please note the dates.
For those who are keen to donate handmade dresses, please send me an email to email@example.com for postal address. As usual, please be guided with the guidelines on how to make dresses to donate. Click on the link below for more details. Thank you.
Guidelines on how to make and donate handmade dresses
this is a nativity set i made in 2009 which is made of fabric and i only take it out from its box every year at christmas time and for the next 16 days only it is on display at my house so am also displaying it on this page to celebrate and share the spirit of Christmas.
I know you can do a lot with digital cards. You can put sounds to it and make it more attractive and fun to read and/or to watch. But being me who loves handmades I still prefer the old and traditional cards to make my Christmas greeting more personal and special. And this is why I have this set of special Christmas cards made for my charity work. Proceeds from these cards I saved up and use to pay for the cost of sustaining my charity work which is self-funded. I use the funds to pay for the cost of distributing dresses to different locations for the new year for I believe there are disadvantaged kids who deserve to own a new dress. Please help me make a difference to the lives of these disadvantaged kids by purchasing any of these christmas cards to send to family and special people in your lives.
1) a fabric dress adhered to the card that represents what my charity work is all about
2) a donation card for any charity organization on behalf of someone
3) a christmas message of happiness and hope to anyone in your list
4) a christmas tree shaped by the words of Dress A Girl Australia's goal to make a difference to the lives of disadvantaged kids.
Each card comes with a matching white envelope for easy gift giving. There is a blank inside panel for your personal message. Click on each of the images above for more details. You can buy a single card or in packs of 10 or in any number you want. Prices of cards are inclusive of postage costs. Check them out.
‘My religion is very simple. My religion is kindness.’ – Dalai Lama
Kindness starts with one 'dress'. help celebrate world kindness day by sponsoring a dress. let us shower these disadvantaged kids with dresses because we care about the world in which we live in. 'they wear because we care' especially this Christmas. To sponsor, just click on the image below -
or click on the link below . Thank you.
Wow. Time flies so fast. In two weeks time, the first cut-off date for donating dresses for the 2017 Christmas collection is going to happen. The first cut-off date is Tuesday, 31st of October 2017. If your dresses are ready, please send me a message for the postal address. Not to worry though. If you cannot make it on the first cut-off date, the final date for donating dresses will be on Thursday, 30th of November, 2017. Another 4 weeks to give you enough time to make dresses. So the choice is yours. Get on board. Sew and send your dresses.
If you cannot seem to find the time to sew but still want to make a difference, sponsor a dress. For as low as $10.00 you can make a difference to a life of a disadvantage kid. To sponsor, all you have to do is click on the link below.
Proceeds from the sponsorship will be donated to the Christina Noble Children's Foundation Australia's clean water tank for clean water project in Vietnam. Tax receipts will be issued for your donation by the foundation. Thank you.
Everyone may not be aware that I founded my own charity work called Dress A Girl Australia where I provide handmade dresses to disadvantaged kids anywhere in the world. In order to help anyone to help make a difference I created the Dress Sponsorship program for those who do not know how to sew or do not have the time to sew but wants to make a difference in this world. Proceeds from dress sponsorships help me pay for the cost of distributing dresses as I do not have any sponsors, major or minor to help me sustain my charity work. It is self-funded.
For this year (Sep 1-Dec 31, 2017), I have decided to donate proceeds from my Dress Sponsorship program to the Christina Noble Children's Foundation Australia to help them raise money to fund their Clean Water Tank for Vietnam project. Sponsored dresses will be included in my 2017 Christmas distribution. You have quite a selection of clothes to sponsor for as low as $10.00 per dress. All you have to do is click on the link below -
or click on a sample of a dress to sponsor below -
Also, aside from my Dress Sponsorship Program, I have created a few handmade items to sell to help raise funds. (1) I have created the Fabric-Mirror backed buttons which sells for $7.50 each including postage. Click on the image below to check them out -
(2) I also created the Fabric-covered button hair pins. It comes in a mini sliding tin for easy gift giving. The hair pins sells for $12.50 each including postage. Click on the image below to check them out -
To know more about the Clean water tank project in Vietnam by CNCF or make a direct donation, please click on the link below-
To know more about my charity work, please click on the link below -
Let us help break the cycle of poverty and give hope to those who desperately need it. Get on board and support my Dress Sponsorship program. If you are not into dresses to make a difference, perhaps a fabric-mirror backed buttons and/or a fabric-covered button hairpins will motivate you to make a difference and help save lives in Vietnam. Thank you.
With Christmas fast approaching, today am officially opening the special dress collection for Christmas 2017. Please be guided by the guidelines on how to make dresses especially on fabric materials to use. All dresses must be between the sizes of 7 to 10. Same for boys' clothes if you are intending to donate for the boys, sizes must be between 7 to 10 and will appreciate if you could include t-shirts to match the pairs of shorts. There will be two cut-off dates for dresses to reach my address. -
(1) First cut-off date - 31-Oct-2017
(2) Second cut-off Date - 30-Nov-2017
For guidelines on how to make the dresses, please click here. It takes time to sort, pack and organize these distributions, so please make sure parcels are in by the due date you choose to send. To those who are contemplating on making donations and/or ready to send parcels, please send me an email for the postal address.
Postal address enquiry
If you want to make a difference and do not have the time or does not know how to sew but still want to help provide clothing for the less fortunate, why not consider sponsoring a dress. Proceeds from the sponsorship until the end of the year (31-Dec-2017) will be donated to the Christina Noble Children's Foundation's clean water tanks for clean water project in Vietnam. Wow! that is hitting two birds with one stone. So why not sponsor a dress. Click below for the link to sponsorship -
Dress Sponsorship Program
Or you can make a donation directly to the donation page of Christina Noble Children's Foundation and please make sure you identify your donation as 'Dress Sponsorship' in the comments box to be allocated dresses.
Clean Water Tank Project
A tax receipt for all sponsorships will be issued by the foundation.
All sponsored dresses will be earmarked for the following locations - 25 dresses for Kenya, 25 dresses for an orphanage in Bangkok and 25 dresses for the Philippines. All these dresses will be handcarried.
Any questions, please drop me an email.