Welcome to another Treasury Tuesday. Enjoy some new treasuries, meet the curators, and be introduced to their shops.
Shannon Seybert of Country Floor Cloths has been painting and selling her Floorcloths for over ten years. She uses heavy weight cotton canvas and several layers of paint for her designs. Most of her work is custom, and she works with her customers to get just the look they want for their homes.
Shannon made this attractively dark treasury:
Julia Rubio of her shop by the same name, is from Spain. Her jewelry is crafted using materials such as felt, wire, zippers, crayons, and buttons, such as the boutonnieres pictured. Julia grew up in a city nestled in the middle of vineyards, with golden leaves in autumn, snow in the mountains in winter, and a lot of daisies in spring. Now she studies at a university in Barcelona.
Eileen of BlueBirdLuxe says that sewing has always been a love of hers. She enjoys using vintage fabrics, buttons, and trims in her designs, and offers clutches, pouches, bags, and accessories in her recently opened shop.
She picked out some lovely gifts from Etsy for her Mother's Day Treasury:
The next treasury is by Wazzra who has made a number of lovely treasuries on Etsy. She curated the sharp looking treasury below:
Gina from ArigigiArt learned to use a needle and thread long before pen and paper, even before she started school. She loves combining various techniques such as crocheting, knitting, embroidery, and molding polymer clay. These pink crocheted earrings are an example of her work.
The following pretty shabby chic treasury was put together by Gina.
Thanks so much ladies for including something of mine in your treasuries.