Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Treasury Tuesday: Medieval Tale II

Gather around as Ginger of Minus Tide Jewelry tells a Medieval tale. Items depicting her fantasy poem include a treasure pile of faux gold coins, an adult knight costume pattern and my fire dragon magnet.

"Once upon a renaissance fair
I came across a dragon's lair
On treasure, he was sitting there
Bellowing fire into the air...

Although the knight was brave
The dragon he could not enslave
Twas not his courage that did him in
But that of the dragon's fiery wind."

G.H., 2012

Medieval Tale II Treasury
Treasuries shared by readers between July 31 - August 6

Medieval Tale II
Creepy Surreal reflection in fall
Repetitive Movements
It's in the Bag
She Danced
Big & Bold
Baking a cake
Evening of the Darkening Sun

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your links in the current Treasury Tuesday Linky.

6 comments :

  1. Lovely items! I left a comment on the treasury. Your dragon is totally right at home!

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  2. A lot of creativeness goes into a treasury and I believe it is more fun with a story behind it. When a poem or story is linked to a treasury it is like adding eggs in a recipe to make it all stick.

    Becky Van Loozen McCarty

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  3. Lots of women love shoes. I love bags of all shapes and sizes. I love the medieval treasury.

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  4. That's quite some inspiration for the medieval tale. Fascinating!

    Have a great week!

    Kate

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  5. The medieval treasury is so unique! Thanks for a great link up as always.

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  6. Thank you! what a beautiful blog!

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