Saturday, February 12, 2011

Two Treasuries

It's too early in the morning and I haven't had my coffee yet. I'm trying to figure out the html code to embed two recent Etsy treasuries featuring my work. I tried using craft cult widget and still couldn't get it to work. Anyone know the actual code for embedding a static web page? Here's my rosey pinch bowl which is featured in Spring Sunset treasury.

Here's my shell vase which is featured in Febuary Fest treasury. Thanks so much for the features. Have a great weekend.


  1. I really like the shell vase Linda. It has such a nice textural look to it. Something I've been trying to get my students to "get".

  2. I just take a picture of my entire screen (hit PrintScrn), cut out the treasury in corel (or photoshop)and post it via uploading it to flickr. If there is an easier way to do this, I'd be SO grateful :)

  3. the vase is very nice- i use my tech guy when i have problems......I like this template you are using.

  4. Both are so lovely, Linda! The shell vase is really splendid: its colors, light green and purple are very beautiful. I wonder if it may have been hidden deep in the ocean..

  5. I feel like Solomon...can't decide which is more beautiful. That pink/coral is gorgeous, the green and purple are a fav combo. Can easily see why both were featured.

    About codes *sighs*, more aptly, my Waterloo...wish I could help you. I can't even figure out how to get my blog code on the sidebar for blog hops.

  6. Like the use of the shell but then you are so good at incorporating natural textures.
    Have a great weekend and wishing you and Gary a memorable Valentines Day.

  7. Both are such beautiful pieces! The shell vase has the Mardi Gras colors and is my favorite! Great work!

  8. Hi Mr. Young, thanks, I used a real scallop shell my husband got white diving for scallops here in Florida this summer to impress the shell and some other shells to pounce the clay and then a paint texture tool for the lines. Anything I can find.

    Hi Mel, thanks, I'll have to try the one you're doing if I can, try craft cult has a widget maker, but I couldn't get it to work on my blog. I know others have published it to their blogs, but they may have a different template than mine.

    Hi Meredith, thanks I like the two matt glaze colors together, wish I had a tech guy, ha, the photo background is of the Carrizo plain in California and then I added my blog name over the top and the ocean background. I think I like this one better than the previous one I had, it was too busy.

    Hi Sapphire, thanks, hidden under the sea is just the look I was going for, glad you 'saw' that in the deep calm waters.

    Hi Kittie, thanks, I like combining some colors together and hoped this worked, I copy and paste for blog rolls, but sometimes things go awry for me too.

    Hi Patti, thanks, that shell was impressed with the shell Gary got in the gulf this summer, we had a great neighborhood party last night, more about that later.

    Hi Marguerite, thanks, I didn't know those were Mardi Gras colors, cool, they are two of my favorite colors, teal or aqua and lavender.

  9. Love both these pieces. The pink color is one of my favorites. and the shell vase has an under the sea look to it. Very nice!


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