edit: Thank you so much for all the support! I’ve got a backlog of orders which will take me into April to make, so I’ve sold out of this offer…for now. I may offer it again this summer…but hopefully the conflict will have resolved by then!

In the meanwhile, we’ve donated $3,150 to care.org, and $5,000 to The United Nations World Food Programme, (www.google.org/ukraine-relief/ is currently matching funds–so donating to them doubled the benefits of our work here!



For the month of March, I’m making blue and yellow WITWAT!!!

Ukraine Care WITWIT https://www.etsy.com/listing/1192909489/ukraine-care-witwit-glass  


With 100% of the proceeds donated to support the Ukraine Emergency Relief fund at https://www.care.org/ [edit: see above for how we dispersed the funds so far]

These WITWIT are inspired by the blue and yellow of the Ukraine flag, and each one is unique. These are examples, and yours will be adorable and unique as well.


If you want more than one CARE WITWIT, I’ll make sure they all look fabulous together! 

Ukraine Care WITWIT

If you’d like to hear us talking about this project, here’s a link to Rahdo’s latest Roundup, (jump to 40 seconds to hear about this)


I’m so grateful I can be in the studio, doing what I love. And that we can work together to help others.

Thank you for your support!


PS If you type in “everdell” in the checkout notes, we’ll include a FREE set of limited edition Rahdo Runs Through Everdell cards!

Here’s where to type that in:

Everdell promo

Thanks again!

Ukraine Support WITWIT

3 thoughts on “Ukraine Support WITWIT

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    March 13, 2022 at 11:31 am

    When I watched Rahdo’s video on Ark Nova and saw that you still used the plural WITWAT that I’d come up with way back when that put the biggest smile on my face.
    I was in a not-so-happy place back then and this made me realize that is was not all bad after all.

    So thanks for that and for supporting a good cause! 😀

    • Jenefer
      March 13, 2022 at 7:37 pm

      I love, love, love how we hive-minded to come up with what to call them…back when. Thank you so much for your perfect contribution! What a great example of how what might be a teeny tiny thing to one person can actually be a huge positive thing for another, or indeed become a gigantic positive for MANY others. =) Thank you!

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    June 23, 2022 at 4:17 am

    Thank you so much for the great tutorial and for your assistance in making it work.


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