Helping people motivates me.
I took my love of colors, my ability to write, and my motivation to help others and I created a blog. Creating stories from my life and my imagination, I blend my three passions together into a life blog which hopefully brings added exposure to people who are passionate about and expressing their creative talents.
One year before the recession hit, I found Etsy through Twitter. I instantly died and went to consumer heaven. The recession has been hard on everyone here in the America and around the world.
If you like my selections, then wonderful, don’t hesitate to buy. Handcrafted creations, whether they are handcrafted here in America or in a distant land, will give you a lasting joy for years to come. You may also want to seriously consider buying vintage, if you don’t already. There are many quality vintage items abound on Etsy. Now, if you find my selections not to your liking, and that is possible, click on the link to the vendor’s shop where you will find more exciting creations and vintage to your liking.
At times, you may come across a link that doesn’t work. You might see “Uh Oh!” when you click on a non-working link. It generally means on my site that I haven’t caught the expired Etsy listing, yet. If I have caught the link in time, then I will break the link until the vendor has relisted. I will always have a link to the vendor’s shop. Unless the vendor doesn’t have anything listed to sell and doesn’t have an announcement as to when they are returning, then I will break the link to the vendor.
My blog is meant to be enjoyed and bring extra exposure to crafters, artists, and vintage. Don’t get me wrong, I am not the only Etsy Lover Blogger. There are many, many other bloggers who share my passion for not only Etsy, but also the creative talents of crafters, artists, and vintage vendors, as well.
Disclaimer: All artists hold the copyright to their photos and the photographic images are not public domain images. How am I able to use the photos on my blog? I request permission from the artists to post the photos.
Enjoy…and do come back often!