Feb 12, 2011

I Could Smile for a While . . .

Hey gang - I am popping in to mention that I've added several items to our Etsy shop in the past few days. So if you haven't checked lately, I think you'll find some cool new things.

We have also had a couple of our items featured in Etsy Treasuries this week. The handpainted 1930s fruit basket appeared in a Treasury by Anne Keppe. Anne is a collector who creates Etsy Treasuries because she loves to shop for handmade and vintage on Etsy, so she helps promote Etsy sellers through her treasuries. Many thanks to Anne for her efforts! Her beautiful and colorful Treasury can be seen here:  Volviendo a SonreĆ­r (as sung by by Rebekah del Rio from the soundtrack album for Mulholland Drive, 2001.) Translation: "I could smile for a while." Ya gotta love Ray Orbison, the song writer.

Thanks also to Wendy at SweetWaterGifts in Dallas for featuring our German stein in her treasury entitled What Real Men Want (so that's what it is! Well, heck, that's easy!) Seriously though, her treasury is a plethora of manly stuff from some wonderful Etsy sellers. Be sure to check it out here: What Real Men Want   That Harley model is something else, right? I am always amazed at the wonderfully creative things artists come up with for men -- it's a hard category to fill with handcrafted things.

That's all for today . . . go check out the new stuff - just click on Most Recent in Sort By at the top of the listings


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