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.
Heh-heh-heh-heh-heh, Elmer would be having a bwast twacking wabbits on Etsy in this year of the wabbit!
Just some lighthearted fun today with a playful summer mood!
There is just something wonderful about the quality of light in the woods coming down through all the tree branches or breaking free in a meadow by the forest. These items on Etsy all captured the feel of a day in the woodlands from sun up to sun down. Enjoy!
Here is a treasury of great Etsy gifts that are unisex or for the guys! Everything has a rustic woodlands look in wonderful nature based colors. Enjoy!
Etsy has a Treasury Challenge NonTeam that has a challenge beginning each Thursday at noon running through Sunday noon for treasuries to be created around one chosen item. Read more details about the nonteam challenge and participating if you have an Etsy shop: http://treasurychallengenonteam.blogspot.com/
Since I think in images, I have created a couple lovely treasuries today. Switching to pictures is the most natural thing for me to do when I find my energy level lagging a bit. It is like dropping back into my native language. Enjoy!
Seriously, as rabbit lovers, this was irresistible. Twitter users started sharing the link over the weekend for International Carrot Day, April 4th. Logically, an Etsy treasury devoted to carrots had to follow, with a few carrot loving rabbits too.
Here’s a carrot fact from Bugs Bunny cartoon history. The voice of Bugs, Mel Blanc, hated carrots. They tried all kinds of fruits and vegetables to see if biting in and crunching something else could sound like a carrot. Nothing but a carrot sounded like a carrot. So Mel would bite in and crunch on the carrots and then spit them out.
Sorry Mel, but for us it is time to pause and get our paws on some lovely carrots!