It was another great week for Etsy treasuries! THANK YOU to all the curators who featured items from my Etsy shop, Pasque Flower Creations, in treasuries during the past week.
Sharla of Beaded Tail featured my pink floral oven mitt in her treasury, Spring Flowers, Kitties, and a Mouse! In keeping with that kitty theme, I'm sharing this Eat-Play-Love journal (and a cute picture of Angel) from Sharla's shop. A percentage of all her Etsy shop sales support animal charities.
Miss Cherry of Cherry Garden Dolls (Australia) featured my aqua and tan oven mitts in her treasury, Cool May. Miss Cherry makes truly unique handmade dolls, like this beautiful babushka rag doll:
Dorota Das of SilverThreadShop (UK) featured my poppies on teal oven mitts in her treasury, Poppy Love. This floral cotton yoga mat bag would be a great gift.
Janell of DancingMooney featured my green chevron bunting in her treasury, Summer Wedding Inspiration. Mint & Teal. This eucalyptus shea butter soap from Janell's shop is almost too pretty to use.
Edi Royer of memoriesforlifesb featured my yellow chevron baby bib in her sunny, happy treasury, Sunshine & Lemonade. Edi has SO many unique gift ideas in her shop! These cute little engraved wood magnets are only $7.00. Such a deal -- and a great teacher gift idea.
Bonnie Sernesky of BonniesSewCrazy featured my green chevron bib in her hopeful treasury, After the Rain. It's been cloudy with intermittent rain so far this Memorial Day weekend, but, to borrow a line from the musical, Annie, "The sun will come out tomorrow. Bet your bottom dollar that tomorrow, there'll be sun."
So--when that sunny day arrives, this pretty sun hat might be just the thing to keep your cute little nose from being sunburned.
Natashalh of StalkingTheWildSnark featured my rainbow chevron oven mitt in her treasury, Make New Friends. Natasha has been adding LOTS of new items to her Etsy shop. Here is one of my favorites -- a pretty pink wrist wrap.
Gaye Halseth of FrayedandTwisted (tag line: Embellish Everything) featured my bright floral oven mitt in her treasury, Get Cookin'. This vintage embroidered linen handkerchief lavender sachet would be a lovely gift.
Miss Cherry of CherryGardenDolls featured my pink chevron oven mitt in her treasury, Rose Topaze. This plush doll -- a bathing beauty with thighs as big as mine -- made me chuckle!
Heidi of RowHouse14 featured my grunge pillow cover ( a perfect gift for a child of the 80s or a grad heading off to college) in her treasury, Summer Patterns and Hues. This Father's Day card made me grin!
Ana from ADesignJewelry featured my green chevron oven mitt in her treasury, Sage Collection. This autumn jasper woven necklace is one of the beautiful and unique items you'll find in Ana's shop:
Natasha of YarnyWishes featured my aqua chevron oven mitt in her light and breezy treasury, White Collection. I've been invited to a number of baby showers recently -- there's something of a baby boom at the UNL Law College. This beautiful crocheted nursing necklace would be pretty enough to wear as jewelry, and a wonderful gift for a new mom.
Janell of DancingMooney featured my black and white chevron oven mitt in her treasury, Not Just Black and White. There's no hint of black or white in this beautiful four bar gift set of pastel shea butter soaps.
Miss Cherry of CherryGardenDolls featured my yellow chevron oven mitt in her fresh sunny treasury, My Finds. I have a small collection of angels, so I just couldn't resist this pretty angel doll from Miss Cherry's shop.
SHS of Dushle featured my poppies on teal oven mitts in her bright and cheery treasury, Poppy Love on Etsy. Isn't this just the CUTEST crocheted beach hat!
No need for a sun hat today -- cloudy with a chance of rain, and too wet to plant the garden even if the some comes out later today. But it is great sewing weather.
Wishing everyone in the United States a safe and happy Memorial Day weekend. Even if we cannot make it "home" to decorate the graves of loved ones who have gone before, or observe memorial services for fallen soldiers, I hope each of us takes a few minutes to be grateful for those who are no longer with us in this world, but who have had a deep and lasting impact in our lives.