Friday, April 29, 2011

Spotlight on Vintage 50s Treasures: Etsy Sellers Interview Series

Please welcome Vintage 50s Treasures to the Etsy Sellers Interview Series. I hope you enjoy learning about these very creative ladies!

1. My life has always been filled with creativity. I love making things that are pretty and make other people happy.

I also have a great desire to do my part in living a healthy, simple life and to leave as little a carbon footprint as possible. This lead to my opening my Jeanpatch by MK and Vintage 50s Treasures shop on etsy.

When you look at one of my pieces of artwork, you will see it shows the time and care taken in making each piece with creativity with the thought of how other's could use this in a sustainable way. Coming up with the perfect design to catch your eye.
Projects of all kinds will be found at my shop, greeting card collections, altered books or maybe a tote bag or two. You never know what you'll find!
You will find wonderful vintage items from all eras here at Vintage 50s Treasures. They have been carefully selected with great care to bring them to you, as a collector of appreciated past treasures.

There are collectibles and fun miniatures of all kinds. Crystal and foreign collectibles are also among the many surprises you will find here. Not to mention the Vintage sewing notions, fabrics and patterns.

2. I became disabled in 2005 from a life once filled with activity entering my work at art shows and school craft fairs. To keep my mind active and not become a couch potato I was determined to find a place to sell my sustainable and useful items. I found Etsy. The perfect place for handmade things.
3. My favorite item in my shop would have to be my secret compartment and planter books. They are fun to make and can be used for so many different things. I love hunting at used book stores for just the perfect size book and ones in good condition to be turned into a useful and sustainable item for those on a budget.

Take a look at her website here:


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