September 14, 2010

Thank You, Etsy Treasury Curators ...

... for including me in your beautiful collections!
I'm always thrilled and honored to learn that one of my fellow Etsians has featured one of my items in a treasury.

While I do my best always to comment on each treasury, take a close look at the other 15 items, and tweet about the treasury, sometimes I long to do more to show my deep and heartfelt appreciation to the wonderful folks who have chosen an item of mine to feature.

Here are three treasuries that include one of my items, each followed by a linked image of something from the curator's shop.

Blue Me Away
The gorgeous treasury above, curated by pixiepaper, is anything but blue in mood. In fact, just gazing at it makes me smile!

In Pixie's lovely Etsy shop, you'll find handmade cards, die cuts, picture frames and much more, like this bright and pretty coaster set ~
Blue and Yellow, Flowers and Stripes

Wayne Willcox named his wonderful treasury Falling For You, and, as the title indicates, he showcases "Beautiful handcrafted fall colors."

Falling For You
Wayne is a gifted woodworking artisan who crafts unique and beautiful accessories and items for the home. Here is his elegant hardwood wine bottle stopper, turned on a delta lathe. He also creates items using cork and exotic woods.
Hardwood wine bottle stopper

This lovely and evocative treasury on the theme of life's journey is curated by Rebecca of KneeDeepOriginals, "where nature-inspired, soul-created original jewelry and oil paintings come to life."
Where I Have Been, Where I Am Going

In addition to being a gifted painter and jewelry designer, Rebecca is also a talented song writer, singer and musician whose amazing CD, Homespun Girl, is available in her Etsy shop.
Homespun Girl
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Thank you, Pixie, Wayne and Rebecca, for the happiness you spread with your treasuries and by being such wonderful Etsians!


  1. Oh, Mollie... how sweet you are to feature us here like this! This post is so pretty with each of the treasuries' colors! I surely appreciate it!

  2. ...every time I see that picture of Homespun Girl I'm in the best of moods!

    Great treasury collections, here!