It seems appropriate (especially since spring seems to be FINALLY making an appearance here in Chicago), that this week’s item be such a bright and cheery item. It was really fun to build a treasury around this one!
So, I went with the theme: Spring Garden. Check it out here!
This week’s inspiration item was this gorgeous Black Feather Fascinator Headdress by LaCocoRouge. Not only is this a fabulous headdress, her pictures are gorgeous; I love the romantic and magical feel to it. It was that spark of something sweet and loving that I wanted to capture with my treasury. Plus, it’s getting on time for Valentines Day, so a little romance seemed just right!
On Etsy there are lots of teams, some with more intense requirements than others. I love this NonTeam Treasury Challenge! It’s super laid back and I can pop in and out as I have the time and inclination, but there’s still a great network of supportive people.
And so, this week I’ve jumped back in and here is my entry. This week’s inspiration item were these Delightfully Delicate Earrings from the shop of BBTAR. Enjoy!
This week’s inspiration item are these lovely, vintage shoes from the shop of KarmaRox:
I love the vintage and classic, fairy tale feel these shoes have. It really got my mind thinking of rustic and primitive Halloween decorations. Since it’s not quite October yet, I decided that this treasury should have a definite Halloween feel, but still be mostly rustic and primitive autumn themed overall, to suggest the approach of Halloween.
I love how it turned out!
This week’s NonTeam Treasury Challenge is inspired by this lovely fine art print by casperdown titled Toxic LA 4:
I thought it was a striking modern piece with really interesting lines. It was really fun to put together a treasury with simple colors and geometric shapes! Here’s my compilation:
This week’s challenge is inspired by this sage advice from JumpOffThePage:
This light and airy image brought to my mind dreamy summer days of sunshine and fun, so I created this treasury in response:
This week the challenge’s inspiration item was this lovely Japanese Lantern Quilt from the shop of CocobytheLake.
I loved the soft colors; the browns and teals. It reminded me of a calm summer evening on a porch swing out in the country. Here’s my entry: