Local Artist Donates Puppy Print Face Masks During COVID19

From Custom Picture Frames To Face Masks

A local artist and the talented Custom Framer of Willow Street Pictures, Tracey Ramsden, has been making great use of her free time during this COVID19 pandemic. When everything came to a standstill, she realized she would need something to keep herself busy. She found a substantial amount of puppy print fabric in her crafting supplies and started sewing face masks. She wanted to donate them to a good cause and provide help during this difficult time.

Artist Donates Face Mask

10 Days of Giving

The timing was perfect because we were in the midst of our 10 Days of Giving challenge! Each day we selected a new nonprofit to focus on and help. From organizations like The Friends of the Reading Police K-9 Unit to Grey Muzzle Manor, we wanted to put a spotlight on them and help raise them funds during this uncertain time.

Artist Sewing Face Mask


With Tracey’s kind donation of the puppy print face masks, we were able to really make a difference! For every $10 donated, we would mail a mask! All donations go to benefit one of 3 charitable organizations. These groups include the Wolf Sanctuary of PA, Animal Rescue League of Berks County, and Grey Muzzle Manor.

Artist Donates Face Mask

Sold Out

Tracey received a stupendous response and sold out very quickly. She is working hard on the orders in place and then more puppy print face masks will be available soon! To see when we are back in stock, check out our shop. We are thankful for everyone that donated and participated in helping these wonderful organizations.

Artist Donates Face Mask

In these challenging times, we are all navigating through uncertainty for ourselves, our loved ones and our community. It is important for us to remember to take care of each other . More than ever, we are committed to giving back to our community and helping those in need. Read more about our community efforts here.



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