Sunday, June 1, 2014

Treasury Thanks

June - already?!!  How did that happen?  Ready or not, Summer is almost here.

This week's treasuries tended to reflect a longing for Summer.  I want to take this opportunity to extend a big THANK YOU to the curators who featured items from my Etsy shops, Aunt Pheba's Vintage and Pasque Flower Creations, in treasuries over the past week.

Jeannie Allen of NurseriesbyMimi featured my pool party bunting (now sold) in her treasury, Go to the Beach.  Jeannie makes adorable baby gifts.  I just love this minky tag blanket! 


Janell of DancingMooney featured my green and white chevron bunting in her treasury, June Weddings!  Janell makes beautiful soaps and jewelry, too.  I love this pretty ginger peach soap.


Sarah Beth of MagnoliaSurprise featured my man-sized blue oven mitts in her treasury, Blue Skies and Fluffy White Clouds.  This cute sea creatures play set would be perfect for a sunny day at the beach.


Lisa Wells of sixkidsandacamera featured an Alaskan brooch from my vintage shop, Aunt Pheba's Vintage, in her treasury, Alaska!  The brooch was a gift to my mom from my only surviving uncle, Bob, who has lived in Alaska since before it became a State in 1959.  This photo of Hatcher Pass in Alaska is one of the beautiful art photos you will find in Lisa's shop.


I recently read Point of Direction by Rachel Weaver -- an excellent first novel set in Alaska!  M

Miss Cherry of CherryGardenDolls featured my man-sized blue oven mitts in her treasury, My Shopping Bag . . . 362.  Love this rag dolls garland from Miss Cherry's shop!


Judy of MisterPenQuin featured my patriotic bunting -- perfect for Flag Day (June 14) or the 4th of July -- in her treasury,  Signs of Summer - Part I.  This summer garden creative ideas accordion notebook would be perfect for jotting down plans for a Christmas in July promo -- or for getting ahead of the Fall craft fair season and holiday rush.


I know that seems a long way off, but time flies!

I am happy to report that I had a successful day at the Aldersgate United Methodist Church craft fair on Saturday.  No more craft fairs on my schedule until October.  I'll share more about the craft fair in another post.

It's a beautiful day, so I hope to head out for a walk before hunkering down to sew.

TTFN
LeAnn

12 comments:

  1. I'm so glad your craft fair went well, LeAnn, and looking forward to reading more about it. Happy birthday (again)! Thank you for featuring my handmade book.

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    1. Thank you, Judy! Thanks for stopping by.

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  2. Congratulations on the treasuries! I'm looking forward to hearing the details of the craft fair and seeing pictures. I'm glad it went well.

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    1. I didn't take a lot of photos at the craft fair -- but I will try to get a post up in the next day or so.

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  3. I know, right....how did June get here!!!
    I love that minky...perfect colors and pattern :)

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    1. Ha.Ha. You like the pink one. Why am I not surprised?

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  4. Bah, I'm not ready for it to be June yet! What happened to my spring?!

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    1. Winter encroached on Spring, bigtime! Now it's almost Summer. Ah, well. Beats Winter.

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  5. The soap is beautiful! I can't believe it's June already. I have so much to do for our wedding that is suddenly "next month!"

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  6. Love the rag doll garland! so cute!

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