Thursday, April 2, 2009

Etsy Treasury Feature: Take 2 - Treasury West


Last week I blogged about a first for me: one of my shop items was featured in an Etsy Treasury. I was both extremely excited and honored to be featured - and stunned to have an item chosen after having been at Etsy for such a short time!

Take 2 ~ My item is featured in a 2nd Etsy Treasury! And I'm just as - if not more - excited than the first time! And it's the same item - my Avocado & Lime Soap with Olive Oil & Shea Butter. For me, this is a testament not only to this item's appeal, but also to the overall quality of the photo. If you don't think this is a big deal for me, check out my previous blog post about my lack of skills in taking perfect product photos!
Take a look at it here - before it's gone:
"Color Me Happy: A Few Of My Favorites" by
Joanna at countrybumpkins
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While all Etsians are familiar with Treasuries, Treasury West is still a bit of a mystery for many.

According to Jared, a Site Administrator for Etsy, "Treasury West is a special test configuration of the standard Treasury running on it's own server. We've taken some of what we've learned from the recent tests and incorporated them into this version." There are different rules that apply to Treasury West, including a maximum of 100 lists available at a time (rather than 333 for regular Treasuries), only 2 lists are allowed per user (considered 'Curators') and Treasury West lists expire in 24 hours. Treasury West is still in test mode, and may change or end at any time.

And so, as far as I'm concerned, being chosen for an Etsy Treasury West is an even more difficult feat and an amazing honor for me!
My heartfelt thanks go out to Joanna at countrybumpkins for including my item in her gorgeous Treasury West! It's full of amazing colors, prints and textures and makes me smile each and every time I look at it!
Please stop by her shop and say Hello!
Thank you, Joanna!


1 comment:

  1. Judy, you are a sweatheart!!! Many, many thanks! ♥

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