Saturday, December 14, 2013

Treasury Thanks

I'd like to extend a huge THANK YOU to the curators who included items from my shops, Pasque Flower Creations and Aunt Pheba's Vintage, in treasuries over the past week.  Christmas is coming, and this week's treasuries are full of holiday cheer.

Wanda of saffronfields, a Baby Boomer Teammate, featuerd my red and green chevron oven mitt in her treasury, For the Holiday Cook and Table.  Lots of cute finds for the holiday hostess with the mostest.
And you could welcome your holiday guests with this beautiful wreath from Wanda's shop.

Snaige Snaige  (Buyer only) featured my gray and yellow Lotta J baby bib in her treasury, Just Yellow.  This sunny yellow treasury is like a ray of sunshine on a gloomy, gray winter day!  Since Snaige is a buyer only, I don't have a product to feature, so I'll feature another treasury she curated, Modern Finds.  The dramatic nd artfully curated treasury in red, black and white deserves a little Etsy love, too!

Heidi from VintageShoppingSpree curated a truly front page worthy treasury, On Thin Ice,  I was honored to have my aqua chevron oven mitt included in this breathtakingly beautiful treasury.

With 763 items at last count, Heidi's shop is a great place to browse for a vintage treasure!   These vintage tree ornaments in aqua certainly caught my eye!  I wonder if they were hung on a silvery aluminum tree back in the 60s?  

But wait, there's more!  Another stunningly beautiful treasury, this one by Cheri of vintagehillbillies. Cheri featured my retro-inspired bow clutch in her treasury, RED.  This vintage angel Christmas bell ornament reminds me of the final scene from It's A Wonderful Life, when with the twinkling of a bell and a wink from Jimmy Stewart, we know that Clarence got his wings!

Florence of FindsOfTheCity featured my snowflake oven mitt in her treasury, More Great Buys for the Season.   I just love these vintage Christmas caroler figurines from Florence's shop!

Erin from Leoben featured my red and white snowflake oven mitt in her treasury, Gifts for the Chef.  I thought of my blogging buddy Edi of memoriesforlifesb and her red and white kitchen when I saw this red and white cooking themed treasury!   Erin's shop features handmade jewelry and accessories, like these beautiful aqua chalcedony gold earrings.  I love the wire curly cue detail!

Abigail Jayne of AbigailJayneArt featured my vintage Anchor Hocking snack plates in her BBA Team Treasury, Clear Transparent Beauty.   This pearls and lace cuff may not be transparent, but it is certainly a beauty!

Hunter Tripp of HuntersAlley featured my holiday oven mitt in a cheery treasury, Christmas Cookie Swap.  Hunter is from Ontario, Canada, and HuntersAlley has some truly unique vintage finds, like this wonderful mini furniture home design kit  (before digital!).  

Libi Fadlon of LibisJewelryArt featured my pastel walker bag in her treasury, Lingerie Bag Assortment.  This leather and cotton bracelet would be a perfect stocking stuffer for a teen or young (at heart) woman on your Christmas list.  

Cheryl Weaver featured my red linen bow clutch in her holiday treasury, What Do You Love About Christmas?  (That clutch is headed to Switzerland for a wedding, by the way.)   This cute hand painted  snowman candle mat would be a lovely hostess gift.

Kinneret Shattach of KishaDesigns featured my patriotic mini bunting in the treasury, More Finds.  I love this leather clutch by KishaDesigns -- and did I mention there's a 20% off sale?  

Thanks, again, to all the curators!  How do you find the time to make such terrific treasuries during the Christmas rush?!  

Signing off--
I've got promises to keep and miles to sew before I sleep.



  1. 763 items?! Wow, that is a lot. Congrats on all the treasury features!

    1. Thanks, Natasha! Ha.Ha. Yes, I thought it was a MONUMENTAL achievement to get 100 listings! I can't imagine 763!!

  2. Congratulations on the treasuries! Great features, especially the snowman candle mat. Very cute!