The last few weeks have been extraordinarily busy as my husband and I were involved with preparations for Iowa’s Destination ImagiNationÂ® state tournament, as well as communications with Iowa’s Global Finals-bound teams who will be competing May 23-26, 2012 against teams from across the U.S. and around the world at the University of Tennessee-Knoxville. We will be there, too, as Appraisers, evaluating almost 1,200 teams’ creative problem-solving solutions. Because of this busyness, I have not had a chance to thank the many curators who showcased my handmade items in their Etsy Treasuries. The Etsy marketplace is so large that visibility can often be an issue, thus I am really grateful for the added visibility that Treasuries bring.
Although there were more than 16 Treasuries in which my items were featured recently, I have decided that this week I will highlight 16 curators’ items through a Treasury that was a delight to create. When I have 16 more curators to highlight, I will create another Treasury. Please feel free to click on any of the photos in this collection, and thank you once more to the individuals who included me in their Treasuries.
Thanks also to the following Etsy buyers who included my items in their Treasuries. Because these folks do not sell handmade items, I am including their Treasuries instead.
Ã…sa-Katrin Erlandsson from Sweden included two of my felted wool Rebecca Bags in her Treasury titled “Rebecca” that honors her friend, Rebecka.
Sarah Wilson King, who joined Etsy this past December, included one of my crocheted spa cloth sets in her Treasury called “Cocoa & Blue.”
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