I received a lovely note from someone named Eva back in December regarding my vintage St. Therese of Lisieux necklace. She said she found it on Etsy while researching items for a Treasury she was putting together. I'm top row, second one in from the right.
Here's a closer look.
You can find this vintage treasure in my Etsy shop here, while my blog post about it is here. So it seems this kind soul, Eva, chose to create an entire Etsy Treasury filled with St. Therese ~ and my necklace was featured, along with other artisits' renderings of the Little Flower, as she's also known to some. Stop by and visit the Treasury and check out some of the beautiful works of art. I am always amazed by these people who take the time to create a Treasury in order to spotlight their favorite items on Etsy. You should stop by and visit Eva's Etsy shop as well, Prayers in Purple, here.
I've figured out how to do a screen grab of the Treasury pages, but not how to have it link back to the actual page. Sorry, that's why I've given you the link above. If anyone has any tips on this, feel free to comment and let me know, please!
Surprisingly enough, I also just found out that another one of my treasures was placed in an Etsy Treasury entitled "Remembering the Romance." I'm second row, fourth picture to the right.
My Copper Penny and Turquoise Charm Necklace was featured, along with many other beautiful romantic works of art. The treasury was created by Terrastreasures1. Here's a closer look at the charm necklace.
You can find the necklace in my Etsy shop here.
All I can say is thank you both ~ I'm humbled to be included in your fine treasuries!