Her Story

When I was a kid, I used to play that I was an entrepreneur; I sold peaches from my grandma's tree, I imagined that my parent's living room was my art gallery, and sold all the art pieces. Being a business owner was one of my favorite games. After spending some years as a stay-at-home mom, I knew that it was time for me to revive my childhood passion, I envisioned a project that stands for my dreams, values, and beliefs. I packed my bags and traveled to my home country, Mexico, to search for my artisan women partners. I found what I was looking for: hardworking and talented women who work sustainably, using ancestral techniques filled with meaning, art, and spirituality to share with the world.