Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Treasury Tuesday

Once again it is Treasury Tuesday. I have some wonderful new artisans to share with you, as well as their treasuries.

Jan Marie of JanMarieArts was raised in Chicago, and currently resides in Seattle, Washington. She likes to incorporate the colors of nature in her jewelry creations, and buys beads from around the world to incorporate into her work, such as the ones used in the Tree of Life Pendant on the left. 


Jan Marie also made this beautifully subtle treasury in dusk tones:


Keren Shiker from Israel of offers a point of view with her images of every day objects.  Her shop, ZOOOMIN focuses on the beauty and essence of these elements (which we may sometimes take for granted). The digitally altered photo at right is one of her artworks. You can also buy her images printed on a T-shirt. 

Keren made the sunshine treasury below.



I am honored that Frances Clements from InkyArtbyFrancesClements has again included my fabric in one of her treasuries. Frances has challenged herself to make a treasury for every day this year.
 



Frances, who lives in Texas, is a wife and mother of two who likes to try new things.  You can find all kinds of whimsical artwork in her shop. Spud Man in a Blue Shirt is one example of her work.




The next treasury is by Donna from Oregon. Her shop, Fifth Season carries vintage, antique and retro home decor like the Canadian Mounty gold rimmed plate at right.

Donna made a nature inspired treasury.


Lastly, AllUnwound enjoys relaxing and creating with natural fibers. She began knitting as a child and has been refining her craft ever since. Her shop carries felted bags, hand knit and handspun luxury gifts like the felted bowl on the left.

She welcomed Spring with an earthy treasury.


Thank you for including me in your treasuries ladies. 

4 comments:

  1. Thanks so much for featuring me here. I had to give up on my treasury a day because I got sick and then my internet was out for several days. I got too behind to comfortably catch up. I still try to make lots of treasuries though. Your fabric is easy to incorporate. I hope you have a great week.

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  2. Is Kimbuktu also your shop? Just curious.

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  3. Thanks for linking up with me! Congrats on all of the great features. I love the little tree you featured.

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