Still buzzed on all of the inspiration we found in Paris, my mom and I headed to the Market Hall in Dallas this morning to visit the Buchanan Flea Market after my grandma called us about it. It was a last minute field trip but I am soo glad we went. I can't get all of the images from Hanna Bernhard's studios out of my head. (I'm still editing the thousands of photos I shot there–post coming very soon)
But since the day starts with breakfast I will first share a picture of mine…
A few weeks ago my mom taught me how to make these biscuits and ever since I've been obsessed with them. They're so tasty and simple…and even I can make them! This morning I made a fresh batch. Check out the recipe my mom just posted.
This is my favorite type of tea–and I've just started using loose leaf tea. It makes a big difference. Assam tea is so strong its almost like coffee.
Nothing like tea in bed with your dogs. Here lies a pensive Staci.
Okay–on to the flea market.
Three pounds of lace–next DIY project?? I loved photographing all of the lace.
Here is a Madeleine doll house. Remeber in the Madeleine books how the dining table and the rows of beds went on forever? In the house they've painted them on the walls–how cute.
What a nice weasel. I asked the seller about this–he is actually a 1920s German mask for Mardi Gras, with two holes in it for you to see through.
My mom and I found so many great things–I have not photographed any of it yet but an art dealer from Oklahoma had some incredible stock that had been in storage for years. I am so excited about it. I must take pictures soon! I got some huge books of Disney animation history too.
A pair of harlequin bookends.
An amazing pair of Mexican vases that now flank my mom's desk.
A cool candle holder that has now become a jewelry holder.
This vintage Jean Paul Gaultier biker jacket was a steal–can't believe it. What a piece.
My little sister Carol has been busy in the kitchen again–look at the beautiful cake she made!!
The doggies want a piece…
Townsend, my corgi, being ridiculous. Business as usual for him-he always sleeps this way. I guess its comfy if you have really short legs.
You'll hear from me soon–I can't wait to post the pictures from Hanna Bernhard's studio!