to the curators who featured items from my Etsy shops, Pasque Flower Creations and Aunt Pheba's Vintage during the past week. Grab a cup of coffee or hot chocolate, and sit back and enjoy some wonderful items from these curators' shops. If you love their work, please Like and Share.
Linda B. of lindab142 featured my red linen retro-inspired bow clutch in her Blogging Business Artisans (BBA) Team treasury, Valentines Day Gift Ideas the BBA Way. Linda is a talented jewelry designer. This necklace would be a perfect gift for a special Valentine.
Kathy of Tapestry316, another BBA teammate, featured the blue Pfaltzgraff vase from my Aunt Pheba's Vintage shop in her treasury, and my purple chevron oven mitt from Pasque Flower Creations in her treasury, Cool Blue Winter. One double feature deserves another! I love this mustang quarterhorse and baby artwork:
And this Country Morning painting is another one of my favorite's from Kathy's shop:
Linda Pruitt of Pruitt Creations, another BBA teammate, featured my BBQ oven mitt in her treasury, Black, Red and Beautiful. This triple yo-yo hair barrette from Linda's shop is red, black, and cute, cute, cute.
Paige of OhNostalgiaDesigns featured my poppies on teal oven mitts in her treasury, Ignoring the Snow. Paige recently closed her shops to focus on finishing her studies and launching her career in interior design.
Thank you, Paige!
Maria Steko from Germany (buyer only) featured my teal and brown fabric-covered journal in her treasury, Teal Loves Brown Loves Teal. Thank you, Maria!
Natashalh of StalkingTheWildSnark featured my retro-inspired red linen bow clutch in her treasury, Looks Like Love. This Come Away With Me bangle bracelet would be a lovely Valentine's Day gift.
Stacey A. Whetlow of PoppyWallflower curated a wonderful Valentine's Day-themed treasury. She featured my poppies on teal oven mitts in her treasury, Poppy Valentine. This Express Yourself inspirational card would be a lovely accent for a creative workspace. This reminds me of my blogging buddy Edi.
Dana Elfert (vintage boutique) featured my green chevron oven mitt in her treasury, Less is More. This vintage metal-trimmed bag is a simply elegant statement bag.
Kadriye Sevim of SpecialFabrics also featured my green chevron oven mitt in her green-themed treasury, Fashion. This beautiful dary grey scarf is one of my favorite items from Kadriye's shop.
Kadriye also featured my black and white chevron mitt in another treasury, Accessory. This leopard and lilac infinity scarf would be a perfect accessory for me. I wear a lot of black. Black slacks with a black turtleneck (to hide the age spots) is my "go to" work ensemble. And purple is my favorite color.
Kadriye featured my baby boy sports bib (perfect for baby's first Super Bowl) in a THIRD treasury, Heart!! This lovely black and white pareo is another one of my favorite's from Kadriye's shop.
Amanda of LifeScooped (buntings and banners for any occasion) featured my hearts and flowers vintage handkerchief from the Aunt Pheba's Vintage shop in her treasury, Deep in the Red. This Valentine bunting from Amanda's shop is perfect for a Valentine's Day party.
Sandy of SanmarnaStyle, a Baby Boomers teammate, also created a Valentine's Day-themed treasury. She featured my pink floral oven mitt in her treasury, Gifts for Your Valentine. This lovely hand embroidered nursery rhyme baby quilt would be a wonderful gift for a special baby boy or girl.
Last, but not least, Emma G. (buyer only) featured my green chevron oven mitt in her treasury, Green. Thank you, Emma!
Thanks for stopping by. I'll be signing off now to sew 15 oven mitts!