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How to Make a Great Treasury List

Nov 19, 2007

by Vanessa Bertozzi

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Ever wonder how we get those beautiful collections of items on the homepage of Etsy? If you’re new to Etsy, you may not have yet visited the Treasury. But for those of us who have been around for a while, we’ve come to recognize these hand-picked lists from Etsians as the virtual display windows for Etsy, and also one of the focal points of the Etsy community.

There are no hard and fast rules for making Treasury Lists. However, since admin often pick Treasury Lists to “promote” to the homepage of Etsy, there are many questions about what we look for. There is simply no exact recipe for catching our eye, and getting on the homepage is not always the sole end-all goal of a Treasury List curator. People curate Treasury Lists for the fun of it or because it’s a meaningful mode of expression and shows your flair as a shopper with good taste. It can also be a useful marketing tool: you can promote your Team’s items, do a Buy and Replace, show off your friends’ and family’s work, create a gift registry for yourself, feature newbie sellers, bring an underrepresented art form to the fore, or foster good karma in the community, etc. (comment below with other things you can do!). To soak up curator skills by osmosis, peruse the winning entries to the Poster Challenge (for more info on this, read the Storque articles).

In fact, making a Treasury List is a curator’s art form in and of itself, and it’s incredibly important for Etsy. You can express your mood of the moment, you can celebrate some aspect of life, and you can also curate items that riff on a theme or playfully show your sense of humor. As an Etsian known for her Treasury Lists, KarmaRox stresses the importance of interesting titles, “Something like ‘Laura Ingalls Smokes Pall Malls’ will get alot of views because people are curious by nature. ‘Pee In Your Pants’ is another title that I use over and over because it generates views.” She also suggests to curators on the hunt, “Search with more than one tag.” yaelfran, a seller who makes wonderful lists, explains how she went about building out a list around a favorite Christmas themed item that was tan and white with a dash of yellow: “so Christmas, yellow, white, and tan would be your first keywords.”

Another amazing curator, mothtoflame likened making a Treasury List to planning a window display. Not surprisingly, her beautiful lists are influenced by her work as “a Visual Merchandising manager and designer for 2 major department stores for many years.”  She “think[s] of each treasury like I would a window at Nordstrom or Macy’s. It begins with an idea for theme or direction, moves to the merchandise pulling (which is just a big shopping spree really!) and then ends with the execution and arrangement to best spotlight each piece and convey the theme. In the real world the title of the Treasury would be the signage or catalog title that draws your customers in to look, and hopefully shop. Selling the merchandise is the ultimate goal for me and it’s so fun and rewarding when a piece that may have been listed for months sells because of my treasury.”

Placement and balance of the motifs, shapes, and colors is important and you may want to spend some time moving the pieces around in the Poster Sketch tool.

Jared says of a good list, “Every item in the list is thoughtfully included, standing both on it’s own merits, as well as being integral to the list as a whole.” yaelfran spoke with me about creating the sense of a story or a concept that binds the pieces together: “A story has always been the most powerful way to sell something.” Interestingly, yaelfran suggests thinking about your shop in this way as well — as telling a story. See below for an example of how of an item in her shop fits in with her other items, while it can also fit in with a differenr group of items in a Treasury Lists.

With really good lists, the whole is more than the sum of its parts. Good lists conjure more than just the items, because they trigger the imagination, making free-associations. And this is the frame of mind you should get into when making lists. yaelfran muses, “when you buy something for a girl, do you just thinkabout buying a doll, or even more than that? Maybe the biggest smilein the world, and the possibility of infinite fantasy games, imaginary friends? When youbuy tickets for a trip, do you just think about bought tickets? Or rather the daydreams of relaxing time with family, long walks on the beach?”

There’s no one right way to make a Treasury List!

That said, we can offer some ideas to keep in the back of your mind while making your lists. These tips also come in handy for sellers who aspire to be included within Treasuries.

  • Good photography is essential. Clear, well-lit and color-balanced photos with compelling compositions are more apt to garner clicks from shoppers.
  • A consistent color palette can serve to tie the pieces together.
  • Provide a range of price points (see Beth’s article on Tiered Pricing).
  • Use alternates! When a Treasury List is promoted to the homepage, it includes the four hidden alternate items. On the homepage, items are removed when they sell and the alternate are moved up into view.
  • Provide a varied collection of items. We rarely promote all-one-type-of-product Treasury Lists to the frontpage.  That said, if you’re using the Treasury Lists to promote your Team’s art form, or you’re just plain interested in only earrings, go for it! Not all Treasury Lists are made with the homepage in mind, and this is a good thing.
  • Double check that everything is handmade or properly categorized as vintage or supplies.
  • Double check that sellers you’re featuring have good feedback.
  • Themes and puns are a fun and creative way to organize a list.
  • Give a boost to interesting items from new sellers or items with low views from the back pages of the categories.
  • Make sure no artist is represented more then once on a given Treasury List. (We avoid featuring the same seller twice on a single homepage.)
  • If you are a seller, you should include no more than one item of your own. (If the list gets promoted to the homepage, your item might not be included since the Treasury is not intended for self-promotion.)

Leave your comments below and let us know your tricks of the Trasury-making trade!

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115 comments

  • jcades

    jcades said 8 years ago

    Thanks so much. I will keep all of this info in mind for my next Treasury. I just did Treasury yesterday. Wahoo!! It is addictive:-)

  • shellieartist

    shellieartist said 8 years ago

    fun fun...I know that yael, mothtoflame and Karma are all treasury experts!!! MY advice would be to have fun and sometime featuring a variety of art forms can help bring your list to the front page- good luck everyone and great read ya'll!

  • myjewelrybydee

    myjewelrybydee said 8 years ago

    I've been practising my Treasury skills! Looking for the next one to go FP! ::wink::

  • cthings

    cthings said 8 years ago

    Thanks so much for this! It is great to hear what other artist are thinking when making a treasury! I'm reading Shellieartist before me and she has also done wonderful treasuries!

  • localcolorist

    localcolorist said 8 years ago

    Great and helpful article, thanks. Yaelfran is my # 1 favorite artist of all I have seen on Etsy, in the 9 months I have traveled around Etsy. I love finding so much amazing art work in Etsyland from all over the world. What a gift to be responsible for...

  • mothtoflame

    mothtoflame said 8 years ago

    Listen to shellieartist! She has fun, and the current front page spot!

  • MyFairyBabies

    MyFairyBabies said 8 years ago

    Thanks for the read!

  • KarmaRox

    KarmaRox said 8 years ago

    *titter!*

  • binspiredboutique

    binspiredboutique said 8 years ago

    Great advice! I love treasuries!

  • CurlyGirlCrochet

    CurlyGirlCrochet said 8 years ago

    Thank you for the information :)

  • joolzbylisa

    joolzbylisa said 8 years ago

    Lots of great information! Thanks!

  • savor

    savor said 8 years ago

    Very cool! I've only just started making Treasury Wests, so this is good to know when building up a future "real" Treasury!

  • tortillagirl

    tortillagirl said 8 years ago

    Great tips; I follow them myself and they really do work. When I make treasuries, I don't search for them. I just pick things that catch my eye and put them in, and then shuffle around to create visual continuity. P.S. Listen to shellieartist. The first time one of my items made it to the front page was thanks to shellieartist!

  • periwinklesuz

    periwinklesuz said 8 years ago

    Thanks for the great info. I really appreciate it and can't wait for another treasury!

  • littlegirlPearl

    littlegirlPearl said 8 years ago

    Really informative article. I have figured out who makes really interesting lists, and always click on those. You are all in my faves!

  • awdesignsuk

    awdesignsuk said 8 years ago

    As a new seller I have had fun learning how to do treasuries & using common sense design them using most of these rules already. Always interesting to read new ideas though or to have your own thoughts & ideas confirmed as right. One thing I did do straight way, as also mentioned in this article, was to search at the bottom of the lists for items that have been listed a long time & not sold. I also searched for sellers that have had little or no sales. Great items can get missed. Looking at all the wonderful Treasuries, I agree that they are an Art Form in themselves.

  • prettycheap

    prettycheap said 8 years ago

    Yes, awdesignuk, I like to pick things from the *back* of the store.

  • creativemuse

    creativemuse said 8 years ago

    THis is a Great Article! Well thought out and for Etsy admins not to have hard and fast frame for the Front page this article give a Great deal of information! Thank you!

  • cleopatrajones

    cleopatrajones said 8 years ago

    Very helpful article! I've come across some really good-looking lists that have been put together. I'm a former visual merchandiser and I decided to try my hand at the Treasury after reading this article. But, I've come to dicover that getting a spot in the Treasury is like trying to reach the top of Mt. Everest in two seconds flat. :) I have a bunch gf great displays I want to do - we'll see what happens in the days to come . . .

  • craftsnmore

    craftsnmore said 8 years ago

    Great information. As a newbie I'm reading a lot before jumping in as this etsy.com concept is all new and exciting to me. It's great to know there are "teams" and I look forward to discovering more about that and how the Treasury works!

  • SandFibers

    SandFibers said 8 years ago

    Great how-to :D I love how the really great treasuries become mini works of art in their own right.

  • elainedesigns

    elainedesigns said 8 years ago

    i am a newbie and am glad to learn about all that etsy has to offer. Everyone is so supportive. Great insights. Thanks!

  • cMaille

    cMaille said 8 years ago

    While it's nearly impossible not to think a tiny bit about the front page, I think the most rewarding treasuries are those that are made up of items that really, truly speak to you on a deeper level. Then you'll want to perfect the composition and effect, and to represent the artists as best you can. Be a true curator, for the joy of it, and not just to get on the front page. Happy treasury making.

  • agualila

    agualila said 8 years ago

    All this ideas are very useful for me, thank you all!!!

  • PauletteInsall

    PauletteInsall said 8 years ago

    Wonderful! Lots of fantastic info!!! :)

  • BerryPatchDesigns

    BerryPatchDesigns said 8 years ago

    cMaille, that's exactly right :) Same with the items one creates. The article is very good, but I usally could never get Treasuries or even look at them, due to the port issues. That issue seems to have cleared, so I hope to be able to create them in the future. This next comment will sound horribly negative, but please consider it as a wistful plaint, rather than a COMplaint... I, for one, was pretty sure those Promotion questions about gifts for "x" (Boyfriend, Sister, etc) were Treasury related, but had no idea about the Gift Guide. While the initial Promotion lists were great ideas to START the GGs, maybe a "request for inclusion" blank or "suggested item" blank would be nice, too. New items ARE created all the time :) Pretty please: Would there be ANY chance of modifying the existing GGs to add those items or users who were not included initially, rather than leaving what appears (appears, mind you!) to be the same lists, endlessly promoting the same sellers and items? Pretty please? With sugar on top?? Many of us promote Etsy constantly, offline and online, to prospective buyers AND sellers. Many of us believe Etsy provides a REAL CHANCE for people to get started in their own business, marketing their items born out of their dreams and sweat. The sadly funny thing about the GGs is that I HAD been responding to any and all Promotion threads where I had suitable items. After I STOPPED (to make new items and work 2nd job to support my dream), then the GGs come up and (appear to) stay with the same artisans and items?? /sighs, smiling

  • Ekioart

    Ekioart said 8 years ago

    I love, love, love the Treasuries. To snag one makes me giddy and I so enjoy putting them together. While I make them I think of how I'd showcase the pieces in a gallery. The color schemes and lines. They really are such a great place to promote all the creative minds on this site. Oh and though I don't try to make them for that reason....my fingers are always crossed that the list might end up on the front page ^-~

  • tortillagirl

    tortillagirl said 8 years ago

    333 treasuries?!? [Faints to the floor from excitement.]

  • Junienone

    Junienone said 8 years ago

    What a helpful article! Thaks so much! :)

  • SnappyBibs

    SnappyBibs said 8 years ago

    Thanks so much!! I have not been on the site long and have had so much fun snagging treasuries.

  • studio550

    studio550 said 8 years ago

    Nice article. I love making treasures. I usually develop my treasuries around a concept, subject, or color. I wish treasures could have a longer life spam. It takes a lot of time to make one and we could get more out of them - for marketing purposes. I feel treasures are great marketing tools ( stumbleupon, style sites etc...). and sellers would link them to their own blogs, websites, etc... Treasury links die too fast :(

  • shiningmoon

    shiningmoon said 8 years ago

    Thanks for the article! I haven't been including the alternates in my treasuries because I didn't understand the purpose. I thought that I would disappoint the sellers by not featuring them up front. You know, that "always a bridesmaid, never a bride" feeling. I am very addicted to treasuries, by the way. Do you have a TAA (Treasury Addicts Anonymous) group on Etsy?

  • beadznthingz

    beadznthingz said 8 years ago

    Wonderful information. Thanks so much!

  • urbanbird

    urbanbird said 8 years ago

    i have set more alarms for 2:53 and 4:11AM - - - i get there and STILL dont get a treasury. refresh, refresh, refresh - - - - from 334 lists to 512 in a matter of seconds, but then i look and the lists are 5+ minutes old.. i dont get it.

  • nansglam

    nansglam said 8 years ago

    Since I am new, I didn't even know what a treasury was...but now...reading the article and all the comments, I am beginning to understand where they come from, etc. I thought Etsy support or admin created the treasury lists....Boy I have so much to learn. I am going to dabble in creating my first. Stay tuned.....

  • tracylacytrinkets

    tracylacytrinkets said 8 years ago

    This is great, I am embarking on my very first Treasury, I have been so inspired by others, this article has been a great help, already applying some of the tips!

  • Ragsanddoodles

    Ragsanddoodles said 7 years ago

    this is very helpful, its just another reason i love etsy

  • ImJewelee

    ImJewelee said 7 years ago

    YES this is ALL true and my very first treasury I ever made on Etsy made it to the Front Page!!! Yay, my title was ....Black is Back.... and I did have one item of mine in there and had various sellers with all different items!! All of the items were black with a touch of color here and there. I love ETSY I have met a lot of people and found many new friends. THANK YOU!!

  • BethToddCreatz

    BethToddCreatz said 7 years ago

    Wonderful article! Thanks so much for all the help! I love Etsy!!!

  • Ravenhill

    Ravenhill said 7 years ago

    I am really happy to have read this article. It has explained a few things I was wondering about. Funny, now that I have started to make treasuries I am hoping one of the ones I curate will hit the front page way more getting my own items featured! Etsy is so wonderful in that each and every aspect of it allows one to grow and develop skills as an artist and individual! Curating also helps you to re-examine your own photos in a new light.

  • EliseMargolis

    EliseMargolis said 7 years ago

    Thanks for all the great information.

  • RSSDesignsWearables

    RSSDesignsWearables said 7 years ago

    In Treasuries, I have discovered some really beautiful and neat things on etsy. I think that is one thing to think of when making a treasury - that people are going to be discovering something looking at treasuries. Having been a visual artist for so long and with a new computer and internet connection, I am looking forward to putting some together myself. This article and everyone's comments are vey helpful!!

  • MonasMane

    MonasMane said 7 years ago

    this article is so helpful, I don't know what I would do without the storque. I love you Etsy Admn!

  • sandraduke

    sandraduke said 7 years ago

    thanks, It really helps !, I'm running to do my treasury list...

  • EarthlyCreations

    EarthlyCreations said 7 years ago

    I've been on Etsy for 11 months and always thought Treasuries were a waste of time. In the last month I've curated five of them and am already addicted. I LOVE making them and consider them my "artistic outlet". I enjoyed reading the article, thanks.

  • brownbunnybyiris

    brownbunnybyiris said 7 years ago

    Thanks for precious tips! Addicted I am!

  • giftsforkids

    giftsforkids said 7 years ago

    I hope to accomplish my first Treasury within the next 24 hours! I've already used the Poster Sketch tool to arrange all of my featured items. There are great tips in this article and I definately realize the importance of good photography! I am going to check the feedback for each of the items listed before I finalize my Poster Sketch! Thank you for all of the great ideas!!

  • jolijoli

    jolijoli said 7 years ago

    Great advice! Thanks :)

  • CatLudwigStudio

    CatLudwigStudio said 7 years ago

    I'd rather be on Etsy then in the crazy malls at Christmas. This is great fun!

  • vintagedchic

    vintagedchic said 7 years ago

    I just tried implementing ideas in my new treasury- thanks..very helpful

  • myteacups

    myteacups said 7 years ago

    wonderful info and advice! thanks so much!

  • That70sShoppe

    That70sShoppe said 7 years ago

    Great advice.

  • WarmCountryMeadows

    WarmCountryMeadows said 7 years ago

    Thank you for the great ideas. Hopefully my treasuries will make FP someday.

  • HHknits

    HHknits said 7 years ago

    very helpful, thanks

  • AwakenJournaling

    AwakenJournaling said 7 years ago

    Very informative, thanks so much!

  • luxandlove

    luxandlove said 7 years ago

    fantastic! I have been wondering how this works - great tips Lux x

  • emptynestegg

    emptynestegg said 7 years ago

    Can I copy and Paste the addresses at the bottom of the sketch pad?

  • anayansi

    anayansi said 7 years ago

    great

  • RolledOats

    RolledOats said 7 years ago

    thanks, am thinking about my first treasury.. very inspired!

  • craftedbylindy

    craftedbylindy said 7 years ago

    Excellent article. Thanks so much!

  • BloomCreations

    BloomCreations said 7 years ago

    Thanks so much! I'm new seller and there are excelent tips in this article.

  • chyrls

    chyrls said 7 years ago

    These are wonderful tips :) Thank you!

  • gufobardo

    gufobardo said 7 years ago

    I'm making my 3th treasury and I think it's so fun so fun!

  • MadeForYouJustByMe

    MadeForYouJustByMe said 6 years ago

    I hope to make one someday. I've been on here for over a year and have yet to make one and have really only tried once to grab one. Any tips?

  • TonisBiz

    TonisBiz said 6 years ago

    I'm going to have to read it a couple of times to absorb enough to try and put one together. Kind of mind boggling right now. I'm kind of new and there is so much to learn. Sometimes I run right into something I know and can intelligently comment on, but this time, it's just over my head. I'll be back! Toni

  • ripegoods

    ripegoods said 6 years ago

    These are great tips. I made my first treasury today and wonder if I should notify those artists that I featured?

  • aemcdraw

    aemcdraw said 6 years ago

    Great tips! I just created my first few Treasuries this past week, and was really excited to see it come to life. I definitely think practice makes perfect. I'm sure my next treasury will be even better than the first.

  • MoranArtandQuilts

    MoranArtandQuilts said 6 years ago

    Great info! Thanks

  • anotherghostquilts

    anotherghostquilts said 6 years ago

    Very helpful. I only recently discovered the treasury and love it!

  • TangoRocks

    TangoRocks said 6 years ago

    This is so interesting!! Get to work right away! I've made treasuries before but it's great to have this helpful guide!!Great info. Thanks

  • CarlaLovato

    CarlaLovato said 6 years ago

    very interesting, I never even realized how treasuries were made and why. Good tips!

  • WeddingFlowersAndHom

    WeddingFlowersAndHom said 6 years ago

    GREAT! Just what I need...Another EXCELLENT reason to go SHOPPING!!! I can browse for hours just to see what I can see. Yea, this is going to be FUN and challenging!

  • TheAmygdala

    TheAmygdala said 6 years ago

    Thank you for the great tips! Does anyone if the sellers are notified if we use them or if we should let them know ourselves out of courtesy. Thanks again

  • sunsan

    sunsan said 6 years ago

    GREAT!But i cannot figure out how to save the POSTER SKETCH.I think this is done automaticaly, but where? HELP ME OUT.Thanks.

  • LeahsHeart

    LeahsHeart said 6 years ago

    Cool information! I have the items, I found the poster sketch and have my items in it... an to the next step ??

  • FilissaTreasures

    FilissaTreasures said 5 years ago

    Very useful information! I just made a treasury but NOW I really understand what it is about.

  • TattooedBuddha

    TattooedBuddha said 5 years ago

    I'm a newbie folks. Do you contact each person to let them know they have been placed in by you or is it automatically done by Etsy ? Any info would be great. Thank you in advance.

  • PillowThrowDecor

    PillowThrowDecor said 5 years ago

    Hey Tattooed! You contact each person with a link to the treasury and encourage them to leave a comment and click on as many items as possible. Good luck.

  • DesignsbyJocelyn

    DesignsbyJocelyn said 5 years ago

    Great post! Very helpful. I just made my first Treasur list today and I had fun! :)

  • evdesign

    evdesign said 5 years ago

    Thanks for the great information. I just created my first treasury "The Eyes Have It!"

  • EsperanzaGems

    EsperanzaGems said 5 years ago

    Great info. This will help me create my first treasury.

  • BarbaraRosenzweig

    BarbaraRosenzweig said 5 years ago

    Great ideas! Very helpful. Even as a newbie, I'm inspired to create a treasury!

  • FolkHeartRecords

    FolkHeartRecords said 5 years ago

    Great article--lots of really thoughtful info. Thanks!

  • brienna

    brienna said 5 years ago

    Such brilliant suggestions, thank you so much!!!!!

  • mcclouddesigns

    mcclouddesigns said 5 years ago

    Great suggestions...new treasury titles are brewing...

  • 4UbyK8

    4UbyK8 said 5 years ago

    I'm about to take the dive... wish me luck!

  • sweetcase

    sweetcase said 5 years ago

    great info thanks so much

  • InspiredMindDesigns

    InspiredMindDesigns said 5 years ago

    great info on how best to create a treasury list - and good to see that i've been on the right track with my own!

  • BeadedDelightsByStef

    BeadedDelightsByStef said 5 years ago

    Reading all the posts and info. I'm eager to put together my first treasury list. It seems such a lovely and fun idea! :D

  • trapeze11

    trapeze11 said 5 years ago

    Ummm.. How do you make a Treasury?

  • thewritedesign

    thewritedesign said 5 years ago

    Thanks for this info. I want to start making a Treasury but can't figure out how. Any suggestions? What's a URL and how do I find it? THANKS!! Can't wait to get started!

  • dimdi

    dimdi said 4 years ago

    Thank you so much for this great info!!!

  • DEJAVU143

    DEJAVU143 said 4 years ago

    Sometimes things on here are so confusing..

  • smartblondz

    smartblondz said 4 years ago

    Is there proof that treasuries really increase sales or are they more about having fun and being creative? Thanks for your time! :) Andrea

  • hbarros

    hbarros said 4 years ago

    nice!

  • EcoArtz

    EcoArtz said 4 years ago

    Did I make this list?? oh my! Thank You,..... got to keep the interest coming!

  • sfadden

    Vernon (Sonny) Fadden from sfadden said 4 years ago

    It is outstanding for a new comer such as I to the Etsy family unit; to make it on a treasury list. Thank you

  • DEJAVU143

    MARY from DEJAVU143 said 4 years ago

    I have made alot of list it is very fun. I didnt know I could put a item of my own. I tried and it wouldnt take. I am now a little confused.

  • ragalus

    ragalus from ragalus said 4 years ago

    Thank you for this article.

  • Bibliomancy

    Bibliomancy from Bibliomancy said 4 years ago

    I never understood how items made it onto the front page before- not i get it! thanks for the info.

  • vermontwool

    Denise D'Abramo from VermontWool said 4 years ago

    This is so helpful, thank you.

  • Seemart

    Seemaz from Seemart said 4 years ago

    Great article thanks a lot!.

  • artofnow

    Peggy Dot from CircleAndTheDot said 4 years ago

    Thank you for answering my today's question!! It seems like you were in my mind! I feel like making my first "great treasury list" !!! Love, Peggy

  • watthelen

    Helen Watt from HatsbyHelen said 4 years ago

    Interesting reading.... Thanks a heap!

  • mariem1437

    Marie Miller from AdoreAFlower said 3 years ago

    Thanks for the helpful advice. The page is very informative.

  • paintingjoy

    Viktoriya Melnikova from ARTbyViktoriya said 3 years ago

    Thanks for the tips

  • mawmawtrish1960

    Patricia Morales from PatsCajunCanvas said 3 years ago

    This should get me started. I think.lol

  • artenzie

    Enzie Shahmiri from PetPortraitsbyNC said 3 years ago

    Great information, I never thought that the titles make such a difference.

  • tirzahcarey

    Tirzah Carey from Soincrediblylovely said 3 years ago

    Thanks, really helpful.

  • ThenThereWereThree

    Cheryl Stuart from ThenThereWereThree said 2 years ago

    The article is great for "what is a Treasury list" but no so great on the steps to create one.

  • handmadebycecilia

    Cecilia Escobar from HandmadebyCecilia said 2 years ago

    Nice article. I treaty treasuries as an art curator will do its exhibitions. I just do them for fun.

  • windwalker2268

    Sabrina Wyatt from STUFFEZES said 1 year ago

    A lot of good info and good use and help of Etsy community. but I am not sure I know how to do all the steps. I know what to try now, though. thanks, Sabrina STUFFEZES

  • cultofthemug

    cultofthemug from cultofthemug said 1 year ago

    Okay, here's my first attempt at a Treasury using these blog tips! https://www.etsy.com/treasury/NDU3NDUyMzl8MjcyNDQ3MTUzNw/pacific-northwest-indie-trends

  • marytbing

    mary bing from PineStreetPickers said 1 year ago

    Made a few thanks for the help. Question- how do you pin it to show little thumbnails of all? When I pin mine it just shows first item until you open it

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