As you may know, here at Unruley Articles we love to show­case hand­made work from other people.

One of the ways we’ve found to do this is via Etsy’s Treasury feature.

What’s a Treasury, you ask? Well, to quote Etsy: “Treasury is Etsy’s ever-changing, member-curated shop­ping gal­lery”. What does that mean?

Etsy is the online shop where we, and many thou­sands of other crafters, sell the stuff that we make (see the side­bar for a link to our Etsy store, if you haven’t already). The treas­ury fea­ture is a great way for Etsy-members to pro­duce a col­lec­tion or port­fo­lio of other people’s work that they really like. Each col­lec­tion is organ­ised around a theme: for example ‘The Painted Sea’ or simply ‘Grey Days’.

Actually, the best way to see what I mean is to go to Etsy’s Treasury page, and look for a theme that appeals to you.

So over the next few days I’ll be blog­ging about some of these amaz­ing col­lec­tions of art, crafts and mis­cel­laneous stuff. (We’ve also been for­tu­nate enough to be fea­tured in a few col­lec­tions by other people, so I might men­tion those as well.)

In the mean­time, why not fol­low the link above and see if you can uncover hid­den treasure?



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2 Responses to Treasury: for things that are Treasure-y

  1. […] As men­tioned yes­ter­day, this is part of a series high­light­ing Etsy works by other people, in the form of an Etsy ‘Treas­ury’. Don’t know what a Treas­ury is? Check my post here. […]

  2. […] A big part of the Silly Sale is encour­aging shop own­ers to net­work and col­lab­or­ate with each other. To get the word out to the masses, not just in the UK, but world­wide. This is a concept I ADORE. Word of mouth is a great way to gen­er­ate com­merce. And let’s face it, we all need a little (or a lot) of help in the com­merce depart­ment these days. Much of the net­work­ing is hap­pen­ing within the Etsy com­munity via Treas­ur­ies (Ben has blogged about Treas­ur­ies here). […]

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