Pan Dulce Children's Masks

¡Qué delicioso es el pan dulce!

I recently collaborated with a local San Antonio shop to make some super cute children's masks.  No. 9 is a shop focusing on unique floral, speciality chocolates, and artisanal gifts located on Blanco Road and Fulton intersection.  Grab a burger at Chris Madrid's and then walk 2 short blocks to No. 9.  :)
Unfortunately, it's currently closed due to Covid-19 but you can visit their website to purchase a fabric face mask or call them for curbside delivery.  

Each fabric mask is 2-ply cotton with a pocket, so you have the option to also use an insert for additional protection.  It's only $10!!! 

Here's a link to the online shop and a direct link to the "Ducle Sueños" children's face mask.  While you're there, make sure to also look at the other super cool items they have available.  Support local and handmade! 

Make sure to also visit them on Instagram at @no.9floral

Books Read - May 2020

So much has happened these past few weeks.  I've had my post in draft form for weeks and finally decided to publish it.  :( 

These are the books that I read during the month of May 2020.  The Wives by Tarryn Fisher, Sisters First: Stories from Our Wild and Wonderful Life by Jenna Bush Hager and Barbara Pierce Bush, The End of the Affair by Graham Greene, and The Boy from the Woods by Harlan Coben.  Click on the book covers to learn more about the book on Amazon.



Vintage Mannequin Torso

My husband and I love antiquing!  

Walking into an antique shop is like taking a trip down memory lane.  Well...most of the items in an antique shop have been around for much longer than I've been alive but you get the point.  :) 

It's thrilling to treasure hunt.  I never know what I'll discover.  Even though my house is tiny, there's always room for another piece of mid-century furniture or lamp, the bookshelf has space for one more vintage book, the kitchen cabinets can hold additional plates and cups, and my jewelry collection has space to grow.  

Now, due to my newfound devotion to sewing, I make a beeline to anything fabric and sewing notions.  This vintage adjustable mannequin torso caught my husband's eye.  It was hidden under a fur coat.  Several days later, he took me to the antique shop and it was love at first sight.  My mannequin has a new loving home where it will be treasured for many years to come. 

ps....I also bought lots of vintage lace and fabric. :)

vintage adjustable mannequin torso

vintage lace and fabric
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