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We Love Etsy in the Wall Street Journal!

We were featured in the Wall Street Journal on March 6 in an article about Etsy! Check it out!

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Our New Video

Cheryl and I have been creating some new and wonderful beach treasures for our Etsy shop.  So..... we created a new video, showcasing our creations on Youtube.  Enjoy and share! 

(If you are an Etsyian and have a Youtube video, share the link with us in the comment section below!  We would love to see your work and connect with…


Posted by A2Sea Creations on March 31, 2014 at 7:20am

Vintage Door Pulls From Japan

This is a great vintage Japanese door pulls!! Lots of unique door handles. In Japan, sliding doors are very common and these are used in the sliding doors. 

It is from the "昭和" "showa period" . The "showa" period is from 1926-1989.

These would be fabulous as frames for your art, a small dish for teeny tiny objects etc.…


Posted by from japan with love on March 28, 2014 at 11:21am

Vintage Japanese Ito Maki Kyoto Silk Thread Frame

This is called a "木製糸巻" or "ito maki" which held silk threads used in the making of kimonos in Kyoto's famous textile center- Nishijin-Ori Kaikan. The history of Nishijin silk weaving began with the history of Kyoto itself back in 794; by the Edo Period, there were an estimated 5,000 weaving factories in the Nishijin District. Today, the district remains…


Posted by from japan with love on March 22, 2014 at 11:13am

Branding Iron

Vintage Japanese Yakiin Branding Iron Under Underneath Below Down S204

This is a vintage branding iron called a "yakiin". These were/are used on wood, leather...food...anything you want to brand. Please see the last picture to see an example of how it can be used.

I think they would look fabulous if used in pottery as a stamp. Also...I think they could be used with ink but as it is metal, the image wouldn't be as smooth and clear as a rubber stamp -please keep that in mind if that is how…


Posted by from japan with love on February 19, 2014 at 7:23am

The Storque

Why I Create

Etsy.com handmade and vintage goods

Every morning on my way to work, I create. On the crowded New York subway train, between shuffling feet, crumpled newspapers and coffee cups, there I sit, crocheting, hand-sewing or drawing. Making things is my form of meditation, a way to center myself and prepare for the day ahead.

I create to find peace.


David crochets on the train.

Why do you create? Today we’re launching the #whyicreate gift card giveaway. Until April 28, share an Instagram photo or tweet of your process, inspiration or craft using the hashtag #whyicreate and mentioning @etsy and you could win a $250 Etsy gift card!*

Follow us on Instagram as my fellow Etsy admin share why they create. Here’s a sneak peek from admin Katie:


“I love making myself and other people smile, which is why I draw cats and dogs.” #whyicreate

What inspires you to create? We look forward to seeing your #whyicreate posts!


*NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER. Promotion is open to legal residents of the 50 United States, District of Columbia, Canada (excluding Quebec), France, Germany, and the United Kingdom, age 18 or older, with a Facebook, Twitter or Instagram account. Entries must be received between 12:01 AM ET (05:01 AM GMT) on April 14, 2014 and 11:59:59 PM ET on April 28, 2014 (04:59 AM GMT April 29, 2014).  One prize available: Etsy Gift Card valued at ($250 USD for US residents, $250 CAD for Canada residents, £125 GBP for UK residents, €200 EUR for French and German residents).  Odds depend on number of eligible entries received.  Skill-testing question required for Canadian residents. Go to etsy.me/whyicreate to enter and for Official Rules. Sponsor: Etsy, Inc.





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