First was Sarah of Magnolia Surprise, who curated a delightful Halloween-themed treasury, No Tricks! Just Treats! Sarah featured my Halloween bunting.
Sarah is looking ahead to another big holiday with this delightful infant crocheted Santa hat. Wouldn't that be fun for a baby's first Christmas photo!
My poppies on teal oven mitts were featured in a Thanksgiving-themed treasury, Gather. Eat. Give thanks.
Stephanie Burciaga was the curator. Stephanie's shop features unique stained glass decor. I just love this dove of peace suncatcher:
Natalie from Nat.oapparel featured my navy chevron oven mitt in her foodie treasury, Gifts for the Chef.
Natalie's shop features tanks, tees and other cool apparel. I immediately thought of my son Jeff in DC
when I saw this great DC-themed t-shirt. He's single and 30 and works at the Congressional Budget Office. Wonder if he'd look as good as the model in that shirt?
Linda Pruitt of PruittDesigns included one of my boutique baby bibs in her fun treasury, Waiting for the Sales Fairy. Linda makes "pretty things for lovely ladies." I love this lilac on black evening clutch. Wouldn't that be festive, paired with a little black dress perhaps, for a holiday party!
Kaili Williams from GoodnightOwlArt featured my Halloween bunting in her Halloween treasury, Spooktacular. Kaili's lovely little red-haired girl ACEO reminds me of my daugher, Allison. Her auburn hair has lightened over the years, but she still has her feisty freckles and hazel eyes.
Margaret of Splendid Little Stars created a Pumpkin Inspired treasury which included my Halloween table runner. I just love this silk scarf from Margaret's shop:
Rose of RandomCreative featured my yellow chevron baby bib in her treasury, Rock Fall with Yellow. Rose creates beautiful jewelry, like this sunshine yellow gold cuff bracelet:
BumbleandCilla featured my navy chevron oven mitt in a delightful treasury, Squig. I love this winter slouch hat from the BumbleandCilla shop!
Brooke Shambley from DesigningLife featured my poppies on teal oven mitts in her treasury, Products I Posted on Wanelo. Brooke designs an impressive array of organizational tools. (Couldn't we all use a little more organization as the holidays approach?!) This Computer Time Organizer caught my eye. One of my blogging buddies referred to the computer as a "time suck" - and it certainly can be!
Chevron -- do we really love it this much? Her answer was a resounding "Yes." Amanda is from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, and she will be opening her new Etsy shop soon. Stay tuned, and show her new shop some love!
TamaraThirteenThirteen featured one of my boutique baby bibs in her delightful treasury, Baby Boy. Tamara is a buyer only from Buffalo, NY, who loves curating treasuries. This Male Identified treasury offers several gift suggestions for the guys on your gift list.
Debbie of VintageTrunk (letsallsing) featured my patriotic bunting in her timely treasury, Vote. Debbie has wonderful vintage items in her shop. I just loved these vintage dinner plates:
Kathy from Tapestry316 is getting into the holiday spirit with her treasury, It's not too early to look for some fun gifts! She included my holiday table runner among her other great finds. Although Kathy is known for her beautiful artwork featuring horses, this whimsical ACEO caught my eye. It's called Mr. Random Dude Drives a Bus. My New Hampshire grandkids would love this one:
And there you have it! A HUGE Thank You to all these talented curators!
LeAnn aka pasqueflower