Sunday, October 27, 2013

Treasury Thanks

This post is a cyber THANK YOU card, sent to all the curators of Etsy treasuries who featured items from my Etsy shops, Pasque Flower Creations and Aunt Pheba's Vintage, over the past week.  Many of this week's treasuries had an autumn theme. But there were also some tranquil blues -- a lovely contrast to the brilliant oranges and reds of Fall.

Peggy Johnson of EveryGoodColor featured my orange and gray baby bib in her treasury, Waiting for Miss Baby.   This colorful old chair and flowers acrylic painting captures the color and tranquility that I hope will surround me after I retire - perhaps to a tiny house by a babbling brook.


Trina Prenzi of TrinasClayCreations featured one of my holiday oven mitts in her treasury, As the Seasons Change . . .  Trina's shop is a treasure trove of unique and whimsical clay creations, like this cute little Chrismas elf.  I could use an elf to help me through the holiday rush!


OnePerfectDay featured my aqua chevron oven mitt in her tranquil treasury, Tenderness.  This lovely Dupioni silk pale blue ruffle cuff is a beautiful, ultra-feminine accessory.


Terry Warren, an Etsy buyer, also featured my aqua chevron oven mitt in her pretty treasury, Sweetest Cream Aqua Selection.    Thank you, Terry!

Yolanta of IonAnthosPhotography featured my green chevron oven mitt in her green-themed treasury, October#39.  This beautiful garden art photo is a sample of Yolanta's wonderful photography.
(And I love purple.)


Sharla of BeadedTail featured my Halloween bunting in her treasury, If the doorbell has to ring on Halloween, let it be for these . . .  Sharla's kitty is frightened by the doorbell, so Halloween is a bit of a nightmare at her house.  These beautiful orange and yellow lampwork earrings are beautiful -- and don't make a sound!


Judy of MisterPenQuin featured my orange chevron oven mitt in her treasury, Harmony in Autumn.  This beautiful acorns and leaves gratitude journal is one of Judy's beautifully-crafted and embellished journals.


Patty Harrington of FernHollowFinds, a Baby Boomers teammate, featured my retro red linen clutch in her treasury, Thinking Ahead.  Her collection of pretty and whimsical holiday finds is worth a visit!  Patty's shop is on vacation until October 31, 2013, but you can also find her on Facebook.  Patty is a fellow sewist, who makes handmade napkins, bags, scarves, pouches and hats -- all perfect for gift giving.  These reversible napkins would be a lovely hostess gift:


Thanks, again, to the curators who created these treasuries, and to all of you who visited and Liked the treasuries.  Best wishes to all as we transition from Fall into the holidays!

TTFN
LeAnn


14 comments:

  1. Congrats on being in so many lovely treasuries! Great features too! Love that first painting -- it would be a beautiful scene from the window of your tiny house!

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    1. That's my fantasy -- a tiny house by a babbling brook.

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  2. What beautiful items! The garden art print makes me yearn for Spring already!

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    1. I love that painting, too. Spring is my favorite season, but I'm afraid we have a long, cold winter ahead--ready or not!! Loving these sunny Fall days, though!

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  3. Congrats on all the treasury features! Thank you for including mine too! Your picks are lovely and I especially like that garden painting. I'm so ready for spring since it would mean tax season would be over! :)

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    1. I can relate! Spring (after April 15) is my favorite season.

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  4. Lovely treasury round up! and congrats on all the treasury features!!

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  5. Very fun features! Congrats on all the treasuries!

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  6. Thank you so much for sharing my painting on your fabulous blog! I am thrilled and honored. I will share your blog on my Facebook page!

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