TREASURY Saturday!

Yup! It's Saturday again and even though I'm featuring etsy artists' that will be affected by this CPSIA Law, I'm still going to show off the treasuries that I either made or my items made it into!
ENJOY!

This beautiful treasury was put together by sewciopath and was called "Danger to Society." It was to emphasize that this CPSIA Law is ridiculous and does someone really think these are 'dangerous'? She chose to use my Rainforest Flannel Quilt (bottom row, middle column)









"Winter Have you Burnt Out?" was put together by eclectibles
She featured my Swirling Oranges wristlet (shown on the first column, second row).









"Spark of Color" was put together by UniquelyNancy. I was really excited to see that she chose to use my Blossom Beautiful ACEO! It's the first time an ACEO of mine has been featured in a treasury.











'Quiltsy Baby' was put together by Dragonflystitches. She featured my mother-in-law's Rainforest Pillowcase (third column, third row).










This beautiful "Pieced Warmth" treasury was put together by lmkquilts. My Mystery World quilt is featured in the first row, second column.











'Spring is coming' was put together by Jacistuff and my Sunrise Curtain quilt is featured (second row, second column).








These next two treasuries are one's that I put together...

I called this one "Red Hot etsyBABY" and featured many artists that are going to be affected by the CPSIA Law.











This one I called "Cherry....Blossoms". I found some amazing cherry blossom items and featured them here.
If anyone wants any details on how to find any of these items and their creators...please just ask!

I hope you enjoyed this weeks Treasury Feature!

1 comment:

  1. these are fantastic treasuries! One of these days I will get the hang of those!

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