For those of you who do not spend time buying or selling on Etsy, you may not know what a big deal it is to actually get to create a Treasury that makes it past being simply a Poster Sketch. Tonight, I got to post my VERY FIRST EVER Treasury. This is a compilation of items I found to be very visually appealing, and that had something to do with January.
When I decided to do Colors of January, and did a search for January on Etsy, I really expected to find whites, greys, light blues, and other cold winter colors. However, January is the month of the Garnet, so I found much more color than I anticipated. I find the result to be very pleasant indeed.
The four on the right that are somewhat more dim are the alternates, and don't show to the public in the main Treasury on Etsy. Here is the information about the sellers featured:
The Alternates in Column 4:
- Third: January, a limited edition miniature artist's book by Alicia Bailey at abecedarian.
(The alternates are only alternates because I only had 12 active slots to fill...I loved all 16 items, and the way they fit together on my Poster Sketch)
PHEW! Making the sketch, waiting to pounce to even be able to post the Treasury, then blogging, placing ALL these links, and notifying every seller that they have been featured is exhausting. But it has been a fun evening, and I am pleased with the result.