Monday, January 24, 2011

EKTT Weekly Challenge: Brotherly Love

The winner of our last weekly challenge, sugarbumps creations, has come up with a timely and inspirational theme for you curators:  Brotherly Love.  Lynn of sugarbumps creations wants you to combine Black History Month and the principles of Martin Luther King, Jr. into visually stunning treasuries.  

"Love is the only force capable of transforming an enemy into friend."
-Martin Luther King, Jr.

The Letter Studio on Etsy - Click HERE to view print.

1.  Submit as many treasuries fitting this theme in as many variations as you wish through January 29, 8 p.m. CST.  

2.  Required Challenge Tags:  "etsykidschallenge 2" and "Black History Month" and "Valentine's Day" always "etsykids tteam"   (Don't forget the spaces!)  

3.  Treasuries must include 4 active and verified EtsyKids Team members.  If you have not included your partner or greensies in a treasury this month, please take this opportunity to include them in one or more of your submissions!  If you have completed your partner submissions and your feature of greensies for January you may choose any 4 active, verified EtsyKids Team members whose products best represent your theme.

4.  The winning treasury will be chosen based on MOST COMMENTS on Etsy.

5.  Please use key words and ideas on treasuries from our February Merchandising Report:

6.  All rules and guidelines (including where to post completed treasuries) remain the same.  Use our EKTT Check List, curators!

Your shop and one of your shop listings (your choice) will be posted on our EKTT blog as the challenge winner.  Winner chooses the next weekly challenge theme based on the February Merchandising report.  Your shop will be featured in an Etsy Mini on our blog sidebar


  1. This was definitely a challenge... took me awhile but I created a treasury called "the colors of our skin" and it can be found at:

    It was fun, challenging and inspiring to curate a treasury based on this theme!!

  2. Hi Tricia! Yes, your treasury is gorgeous, and I've found all these challenges really make us stronger and better curators over time. Hoping to see you on the front page of Etsy!