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Treasury Thursday - 9.23.2010

Welcome to Treasury Thursday! The link party where you can check out a variety of fun and diverse treasuries created on Etsy. Treasuries are a snap shot of what is available from various crafters and artists that sell their items on Etsy. The theme can be color, holiday, sport, etc. Each treasury contains between 12 and 16 items that a person (Etsian) puts together to show the theme their choice. The most coveted goal when creating a treasury is to have your treasury selected to be on the front page of Etsy.


- Link up a treasury you have created or were featured in.
- Linking up multiple treasuries is encouraged.
- Visit and comment on at least two other treasuries.
- Give hearts to any favorite item you find!
- Share the love and spread the word by adding the Treasury Thursday button on your blog, or in a blog post.

You do not need to have a blog to participate in this link party.

Linky Directions:
Add the direct link/web address to your treasury.
Enter the name of the treasury as the Caption/Title.

Select a photo 'from the web' and pick a photo of one of the items in the treasury.
 
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  1. Thanks for stopping by yesterday and joining in the Wandering Wednesday blog hop! I hope you join in next week. I'm your newest follower.

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  2. This is such a great idea! I've seen beautiful and creative treasuries popping up on blogs but hadn't had the inspiration to make my own until I discovered your blog and this link party. What fun!

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