This is the final treasury that where all items are from Etsy Rabbit team member shops to highlight all the variety on the team. Tomorrow I will share an invitation treasury and a story. Party planning almost always has an oops and this one does too …
Today brings another colorful treasury of items created by Etsy Rabbits team members. Check out what the rabbits have to offer. Here is a link to the team blog: http://etsyrabbits.blogspot.com.
This is a wonderful Etsy bunny rabbit treasury created by NYHop. Thanks so much for including our dust bunnies!
It has been an on and off again gray day here, so I created a really bright red hot treasury of items created by members of the Etsy Rabbits team. I got the inspiration for the title from UsagiRabbit’s Punk Bunny.
I just found out that my robot infiltration treasury has earned kudos. This week there were 209 treasuries in the NonTeam Challenge. I am honored to have my treasury chosen as one of 10 Honorable Mentions. It was a lot of fun creating this with Quentin the Robot by Snookums & Me as the inspiration item for the treasury. It was also great to read the judge’s comments and find positive mention there too for the creativity of my treasury. Thank you, thank you, positive feedback is always welcome!
I was in the mood for a laugh. So I created this quirky animal treasury on Etsy.
~ Click Here to go to the treasury and see these items.
Just some lighthearted fun today with a playful summer mood!
I don’t know the actual name of this rose, but the glorious colors remind me of a vivid sunset. I had a day I was particularly down about something that had really gone wrong with work. Blaine arrived home at the end of the day with a bouquet of these roses. Can we say, Awwwwww! I don’t even remember now what had me so down that day. The roses are the memory now. The colors were so spectacular that I had to take a picture to preserve the beauty.
This photo challenge was a tough one, I discovered I really don’t think in numbers and don’t really have things with numbers around me except clocks and calendars. However, I do have this print in my kitchen of a recipe and recipes are one thing I do go by the numbers. Here is the text of the Happy Kitchen print:
4 cups Love
2 cups of Loyalty
3 cups of Forgiveness
1 cup of Friendship
5 spoons of Hope
2 spoons of Tenderness
4 quarts of Faith
1 barrel of Laughter
Take love and loyalty, mix it thoroughly with faith.
Blend it with tenderness, kindness and understanding.
Add friendship and hope, sprinkle abundantly with laughter.
Bake it with sunshine. Serve generously daily.
I learned Origami as a child. My uncle went to Japan and came home with a Japanese bride. She was so patient showing me as a young child the intricate folds and beautiful papers used in this wonderful art form. I was fascinated by having flat squares of paper transform before my eyes into a fox, balloon, fish, hat, crane and so many other items and animals.
The crane holds special significance. In the Japanese culture, the paper cranes have symbolism as wishes for good fortune, long life, and prosperity. They are given as wedding gifts and to newborns. Since it is thought that folding a thousand cranes will grant the folder a wish, some young girls will fold and give a thousand to a boy they admire.
My red crane is shared to wish all a good day today and good fortune in the days to come …