Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Treasury Tuesday

It is once again Treasury Tuesday, when I feature a few of the lovely treasuries my shops have been included in recently, as well as the curators of those treasuries. I hope you reading a little about them, seeing an item from their shop, and of course the treasury that they've created.

First up is Meredith Jordan from WildWomanBeads. Meredith is a jewelry designer; a semi retired psychotherapist; a lifelong gardener; author, photographer, teacher, quilter and knitter. She endeavors to follow the instructions of the Navajo people to always walk in beauty. Meredith offers unique and beautiful jewelry like the necklace pictured below:

Tribal Lampwork Bead "Ancient Writings" Necklace with Hammered Sterling Silver Toggle

And here is the gorgeous treasury she curated:

Carye of CaryeVDPMahoney has been drawing for as long as she can remember. Art was her favorite subject in school; and she majored in Art at University. She has worked as a graphic designer and freelance artist and illustrator. Carye participates in area art shows and sales, does commissioned portraits, illustration and graphic design work in a wide range of media. Ultimately, her goal is to become a book illustrator.Carye's  art is realistic and illustrative in style with a touch of the fantastical. Her subject matter includes animals, people, and nature like the peaceful scene below.

Mother and child in peaceful mountain landscape - Original Mixed Media Art - "Abundance"

Here is the lovely treasury she made:

Next is Serpil from SRPLdesign who lives in Turkey. Serpil makes lovely and unusual accessories like necklaces, fingerless gloves, cuff bracelets, and the scarf pictured below.

Dusty Rose Scarf - Almond

The lovely batik treasury below is her work also:

Last, but definitely not least, is Marge Mills from PersonalDesignz. Marge is a jewelry maker who says that started designing jewelry because of her love for it and has never run out of ideas of what to make. Her goal is to offer top quality merchandise at an affordable price. She uses only the finest quality supplies in her work and tries to design each piece as if she were making it for herself. Check out the pretty pendant below:

Montanta Topaz Marquise Pendant

Not too many people I know are able to resist her delicious treasury:
All of the items in these treasuries are clickable links, so shop away! You can see many more wonderful treasuries on my treasury trove page. 


  1. I really like the Treasury Tuesday posts. This week I just can't pick a favorite Treasury. They all appeal to me for different reasons. TFS!

  2. Really well curated treasury! And the shops are really having great items!