Ever heard an over-excited child trying to describe an earthshaking event that just happened? They'll stammer and stutter and jump through linguistic hoops to try and convey how it made them feel. I've been known to say, "Ok, take a deep breath and let's start at the beginning."
As I browse the listings at artistic communities like Etsy and Artfire, it's natural to click the nearest button. That usually means the first page of an artisan's listing. Lately, though, I've been doing the opposite, and it's paid off. I start at the end. It's turned into a sort of treasure hunt, and I've discovered some really good stuff that may not have gotten much promotion since it was first listed a few months back.
Settle back for a couple of minutes and let me show you what I've found:
|"Pears in a Row" by AmeliaKayPhotography at Artfire|
|"Dijon" by theartofnotions at Etsy|
|"Crunchy Original Tree Drawing" by CindyDavisArts at Artfire|
|"Victorian Inspired Steampunk Necklace" by thesteampunktrunk at Etsy|
|"P is for Panda" by strawberry luna at Artfire|
|"Mango Papaya" by scentsinsoy at Etsy|
See what I mean? Sometimes those golden discoveries have to be gleaned. Start at the end and work your way forward. The results might surprise you!
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