I've added a little Etsy mini widget in left sidebar, in case anybody has spending money that's burning a hole in their pocket. I can't buy everything I like, but it's fun to window shop.
God bless that little etsy widget--now I can take the Etsy bypass straight to the must haves. :)
I have the mikasa duplex yellow D3300 Ben Seibel sugar and creamer. Wanna trade for something of equal value? Creamer has a small small chip. Still beautious.
I love the etsy widget and I love to see other people's favorites. Oh! if only I had some spending money to burn a hole in my pocket.
While surfing Etsy the other day, I saw several items made out of you fabrics. That has to be so cool!
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Etsy makes me very sad. There are so many cute things and i can't buy them all. Thanks for teasing me ;]
No money burning a hole in my pocket, darn it! Good idea to share your favorites though.Question for you: since you are always sharing your lovely resources, etc. What did you use to make the widget? Any tips? I found a good site to make widgets but wondering what you used?
I am now going to have to start spending more time on Etsy. Love the new widget!
oh the talent! so tempting. good luck!
i love when people do this... especially when they have my taste in things like you do!
AOTM, if you have an etsy account and click "Your Etsy," in the left sidebar at the bottom there's a link called "Etsy Mini." Click it, and you can format the widget however you like with things from your shop or your favorites, then paste the html code into your blog.
thanks jess for answering that.i don't have an etsy, yet (that's me being optimistic)! i sort of figured they would provide the html for the widget but wasn't sure?
i would like to get free texts and calls of orange thank you
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