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Etsy Front Page News.... Out on a LIMB!!



Etsy Front Page "Out on a LIMB!!" curated by BeadNestDesigns

This morning I discovered that my Semi-circle Purse with a Leafed Branch Applique made it to the front page of Etsy's website last night. My purse got over 500 views! Thank you BeadNestDesigns  for curating such a wonderful treasury and the Etsy administration for choosing it for the front page! 

Comments

kathy said…
yay! congrats!! i must say that is a very frontpageworthy bag! ;) (but they really all are!)

:)
Elisa said…
Thanks Kathy! :)
...kristen... said…
hi...it looks like this purse was on the front page AGAIN today! i thought it was super cute, clicked on it, and discovered your blog. i love all your purses!! i make purses too...and i too have an artsy market to sell them at tomorrow. weird!!

p.s. my etsy page is www.stonefox1978.etsy.com
Elisa said…
Thanks Kristen! I just saw your comment. By the way, you have very lovely items in your shop. Hope you sold lots at the market you attended! Good luck with all.

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