Our Students have been hard at work creating these wonderful, creative projects for our auction.
You won't want to miss these priceless pieces of art at the 2018 Gala.
4K-Douglas “Friendship Serving Tray”
"A Friend is One Who Strengthens you with Prayers, Blesses You with Love and Encourages You with Hope." This beautiful “Friendship" serving tray was crafted by Ms. Douglas’ 4K homeroom and signed by all the students. Just lovely!
4K-Sellers "Pearls of Friendship Mirror”
A beautiful Oyster Shell Mirror, lovingly decorated by the students in Mrs. Sellers 4K class. The shells have been embellished with a child’s thumbprint and pearl which symbolizes their beautiful friendship. Don’t miss the chance to win this gorgeous 27" mirror!
4K-Smith “Following in His Footsteps”
Each of these simply precious personalized fabric wall hangings features one of Mrs. Smith’s little one’s “sweet feet” in the shape of a lovely cross. May they continue to walk in faith as they grow. Individual sale, 19”x17” each
5K-Bean “The Golden Rule”
Mrs. Bean's kindergarten class created a beautiful framed work of art portraying the principle of the golden rule. Each child’s hand drawn picture shows their idea of living as Jesus taught us. What a wonderful daily reminder of the many ways that we can treat each other with compassion!
5K-Gorospe “Dr. Seuss Rocking Chair”
One Fish, Two Fish… you don’t want to miss this adorable rocking chair personalized by Mrs. Gorospe’s kindergarten students!!! Each child has added their own fingerprint to the Cat in the Hat design which have been transformed into red fish and blue fish. Just adorable!
5K-McDonald “Mosaic Bird Bath”
Set the table with smiles every time with this one-of-a-kind Splatter-paint Dinnerware! Mrs. Anderson’s 1st grade students had a blast splattering an array of colors to each piece in this vibrant set. They’re just the right ingredient to spruce up everyday meals or add pizazz to any party! 8 place settings, food/oven/dishwasher safe
1-Clair “Under the Sea Bookcase”
One of the most valuable gifts that parents can share with their children is reading. Mrs. Clair’s class has decorated a whimsical under-the-sea themed bookcase built to hold many treasured stories to share as a family. Amidst the school of sea turtles, fish, and other sea-life, each child used their thumbprint to make the fun bubbles along the sides. Don’t miss this great catch!
1-Davey "Family to Me” Tree
Each child in Mrs. Davey’s first grade class used their fingerprints to make leaves on their family tree. Each fingerprint represents a friend, family member, teacher, coach, or someone else that the child considers family to create a beautiful class collage. A lovely reminder of what family really means. Overall dimensions 29”x37”.
2-Fosberry “Beautiful Beaded Cross”
The students of Mrs. Fosberry’s class each carefully created 10 beautiful, colorful beads from recycled paper. The beads were strung in the shape of a cross, affixed to a canvas backing, and displayed in a shadowbox. Also included is a beautiful image of each child’s hand holding their handmade beads, inscribed with scripture. A precious souvenir of their First Communion year.
2-LaBelle "1st Communion Platter"
Bid to win this beautiful platter created by Mrs. LaBelle’s class. Each student is represented holding hands around the plate, and each face is made with their thumbprint to make it extra personal. What a treasure for your wall or table!!
2-Rowland - “Give Us This Day Our Daily Bread”
This beautiful image of a Cross was created by the loving hands of Mrs. Rowland’s second grade class. Bring home this large rustic framed photograph with the subtle inscription “Give Us This Day Our Daily Bread” as a beautiful memento of your child’s First Communion. 18”x24”
3-Condon “Carolina On My Mind”
The ingenuity of Mrs. Condon’s third grade class comes to life in this SC state shaped word cloud. The students came up with over 100 words to describe their home state, with significance represented by font size. Completed in our state colors of blue and white, this bold piece of art is sure to look spectacular in any Lowcountry home. 18”x22”
3-Crull “Charleston Skyline”
There’s truly no place like home, especially when you’re lucky enough to live in the Holy City! Take a piece of Charleston home with you that has been lovingly crafted by Mrs. Crull’s Third Grade Students, one thumbprint at a time. The canvas measures 24” x 36” and would be a beautiful addition to any wall.
3-Ruocco “South Carolina Artwork”
This mosaic-style representation of our state flag was done by Mrs. Ruocco's third-grade class. The students brainstormed words relating to South Carolina and worked as a group to assemble the flag. Each student also contributed a small border picture related to our state to complete this work of art.
Keep March Madness going all year long with this handcrafted wooden basketball hoop and mini basketball! Designed and decorated in school colors, Mrs. Tawes’ 4th grade class added inspirational messages on the sides. Use the chalkboard decal to personalize or show off your Crusader pride. Measuring 2 1/2 ft wide by 2 ft tall, it’s the perfect addition to any playroom or bedroom space!
4-Tucker "Body of Christ"
The students of Mrs. Tucker's class focused on Spiritual Health & Wellness. This creative work of art incorporates pictures of the students to illustrate that they are part of the body of Christ, which is symbolized by the glittering chalice and host. A beautiful hanging reminder that we are all one with the spirit.
4-Wilkins “Palmetto Moon Corn Toss”
Don’t miss a chance to bid on a set of Palmetto Moon Corn Toss game boards in our own COK-SM school colors along with 3 navy bean bags and 3 in school plaid!!! What a fun way to celebrate with school friends and neighbors at your next backyard party!
5-Bischoff “Garden Party Station”
Bid to win this fabulous potting bench that the children decorated with beautiful garden themed tiles. This versatile piece can be used as gardening center to pot plants... OR as an outdoor party station! Double the fun!!
5-Johnson “Blooms and Butterflies Planter”
The flowers and butterflies on this large mosaic pot were handmade by expert fifth grade craftsmen. Vibrant colors encircle the 20in diameter container which is sure to liven up any sunny porch or outdoor space. Perfect for flower lovers!
5-Clark “Stepping Stones”
Flowers, butterflies, turtles and other sea-life were hand-painted in vibrant colors on these marvelous stepping stones by the students in Mrs. Clark’s class. Bring home a lovely hand painted stone to brighten your garden path and bring a smile to your heart each time you pass by. Individual sale
6-Cotterill “Appetizers of our Ancestors”
Let your taste buds be delighted by the array of recipes from around the world of the sixth grade students’ heritages. Nibble on appetizers from the ancestors of Mrs. Cotterill’s class, dine on main courses from the recipes of Mrs. Marret’s class’ forefathers, and be delighted by the desserts of the predecessors of Mrs. Torres’ class. Each student’s recipe page has hand-drawn art and a recipe from their country of origin. Then, be sure to prepare these traditional recipes with this flag decorated apron and chip-n-dip bowl hand-painted by Mrs. Cotterill’s students, alongside this delicate bread basket. The perfect way to start any meal!
6-Marret "Heritage Entrée Set”
Mrs. Marret’s students examined their heritage and found designs symbolic of their country of origin to incorporate into these beautiful pieces of pottery. The large entrée platter and the spoon rest were hand-painted by the students with these symbols from all over the world. Accompanying the pottery is an enticing recipe book that reflect the collective efforts of all the 6th grade students’ research into their families and culture. A delight for any family gathering!
6-Torres "Desserts Around the World"
The students of Mrs. Torres' class focused on desserts for their contribution to the sixth grade heritage cookbook. Enjoy this basket of delightful desserts from around the world on this lovely platter hand-painted by our students, with a map indicating where all our ancestors originated. Cookbook, Tray, Dessert, Yum!
7-Davis "The Fire of the Holy Spirit Burns Within Us”
This fabulous fire pit is embellished with tiles that depict each student’s as well as Ms. Davis’ favorite Bible verse. The fire pit comes complete with s’mores fixings and is sure to bring family and friends together for backyard fun!
7-Harvey "Hold My Hand, God, Lead the Way"
A gorgeous bowl made of Mrs. Harvey’s students' hands, each stamped with a beautiful design. This piece of art is sure to be the topic of conversation on your dinner table. Inspired by scripture, "Hold my hand, God, lead the way, Help me be good every day. Let me know what's wrong and right, Keep me safe all through the night. Let me know what you have planned, Lead the way, God, hold my hand."
7-Hurtado “In God We Trust”
Decorate your home with this fun side storage table covered in pennies by Mr. Hurtado’s seventh grade students with three linen pillows that they have splatter-painted with a matching theme. A gentle reminder to Trust in the Lord would be a welcome addition to any room where family gather together.
8th Grade “Time Capsules”
As they prepare to venture beyond the borders of COK-SM, the eighth-grade students have worked together to prepare a wonderful souvenir of their formative years. Designed to be opened at their High School graduation, these time capsules contain precious mementos, notes from family and friends, and other surprises they don’t even know about. One time-capsule has been prepared for each student with their help. Don’t miss this chance to preserve a bit of their childhood and make their next milestone one they will always remember. Individual Sale
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