Tuesday , 21 October 2014

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  1. http://www.etsy.com/treasury/4ce789d11cec6d913a44b6d2/its-a-man-thing
    Not sure if this worked as the whole thing came up in Spanish. Hope it did.

  2. Great Idea! Here is mine
    Honeysuckle http://etsy.me/gSDZ3F New Treasury

  3. This is a great idea for getting even MORE wonderful shops out there, plus this serves a different creative outlet. Thanks for your consideration.

  4. http://www.etsy.com/treasury/4d81a13fcd986d91d1878ed9/green-eggs-mcham

    I’m not sure why, but “GREEN EGGS & HAM” always makes me think of my Irish ancestors, and the funnest day of the year!
    This Treasury is my Wacky Version of a Dr. Suess St. Paddy’s Day!
    Sam-I-am.I do not like green eggs and ham.I do not like them in a box.I do not like them with a fox.I do not like them in a house.I do not like them with a mouse.I do not like them here or there.I do not like them anywhere.I do not like green eggs and ham.I do not like them, Sam-I-am!

  5. http://www.etsy.com/treasury/4d868390af866d91f1cd59ea/fly-me-to-the-supermoon

    This treasury was inspired by the full supermoon we had on March 19th. I’ve always been fascinated by the moon and love watching the waxing and waning crescents. But a full moon is the best! So full of mysteries!

  6. http://www.etsy.com/treasury/4d9d281bd48a8eef15831587/a-sum-of-many-parts?index=0

    this treasury features all Hmet artists who work in mixed media. Many of the pieces are upcycled/refurbished/transformed, which is a big trend right now. I had fun seeing how clever people can be using many small units to make a finished artwork.

  7. It’s great to see a venue to share Treasuries! They’re an art form in themselves. I love creating them, and admiring well-crafted collections :)

  8. http://www.etsy.com/treasury/MTI0Njg5NzZ8MzAzMjAzMjA5/come-to-my-perfect-party-a-backyard

    My parents took a Skotch grill on their cross-country honeymoon in 1956. Over the years I’ve collected related pieces and, after I found one on Etsy this spring, I decided to search for other quirky BBQ items from the ’50s and ’60s. The result is this treasury.