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I created a treasury of dark and wonderful items on Etsy with a rabbit twist. Click on the image above to view the full treasury and read what is behind Dark with Rabbits. You will find the answer in my Curator’s description just below the pictures.
Most spooky tales have cautionary elements to them. So, this isn’t based on personal experience.
This treasury is part of a Nonteam Challenge that runs each week from noon on Thursday until noon on Sunday. Everyone creating a treasury must build it around one challenge item. This week it is The Reading Tree by Emerald Town Raven photo in the top.
Looking at Emerald Town Raven’s shop, I saw some beautiful photos of cats. I was thinking about the length of time for the challenge, 72 hours. The idea of cats, the mystery of them and 72 hours combined together into a who done it mystery show feel for me and I went looking for items that would go along with that.
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Today a cute and colorful treasury of mostly bunny rabbit items created by members of the Etsy Rabbits team. The variety in exploring the shops is bunderful! Tomorrow I will have my last treasury rounding out the Etsy Rabbits team members who were members at the start of September and don’t have their shops on vacation. I plan a few more bunny rabbit themed treasuries up through International Rabbit Day that will include team members but will also widen out to even more of the bunny rabbit items available from all shops on Etsy.
Here is my second of six planned treasuries this week. I am going to be a one person bunny blitz for visually getting the word out to the members of the Etsy Rabbits team and Etsy about International Rabbit Day being September 24th. The six treasuries I have created for this week will showcase one item each from 96 of the 97 active shops of Etsy Rabbits team members. The only shop I won’t be putting into a treasury is Rabbittude, since treasury promotion isn’t intended to showcase yourself.
I hope to spur bunny rabbits to really start hopping in to Etsy treasuries in force this month!
Commence bunny hopping! This will be the first of six treasuries to highlight both International Rabbit Day and the active Etsy Rabbits Team shops. This treasury is items from international team members. The team currently has members from 14 countries and about 100 active shops.
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This treasury includes colors and themes from the September trends report put out by Etsy. Of course I had to lead it off with a bunny rabbit for International Rabbit Day which falls on September 24th. September is also National Honey month and trending colors are orchid and phlox purple.
I created this treasury a few days ago dedicated to an Etsy Rabbit’s team member in honor of a bunny she lost way too soon. The combination of the lovely soft blues, the florals and the sweet bunny feel is proving to be well liked. So I wanted to share it here too for others to enjoy.
If you can’t find a bunnysitter to physically get away, at least take visual vacations. That is what I like so much about treasuries on Etsy. I can curate 16 items that take me away to somewhere else for a time. Sometimes I buy an item and sometimes by doing the treasuries I help a buyer and seller connect by promoting other’s on Etsy. This treasury celebrates the end of summer and that special quality of light seen this time of year as summer is closing out.
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On Tuesday, I always try to create one or more beautiful treasuries to lift my spirits. Today I created one featuring many items from members of the Lean On Me team. The inspiration for the colors and title came from the painting by Lauras Fine Art, Cool Clouds and Golden Field.
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This was a treasury I created yesterday for a NonTeam treasury challenge. The challenge was to build a treasury around an item, in this case a fine art photo of crayons. The crayons made me think of a recent book I read, Journal Bliss by Violette. The book encourages working in many ways with a variety of media to bring out and unleash inner creativity. So I gathered up a number of lovely items on Etsy that could be used by anyone wanting to spend some time journaling.
For the bunny journal today, both rabbits ran through here a little bit ago on their run around the house. I am happy to report that both Tigger and Shadow seem to be back to normal. The hard part with senior buns is to see the down days and just how far down they can go so fast, but it is so very sweet to still have the up days when life is on the rebound.