Fried and true.
Southern Fried Paper
What: A budding Dallas stationery, wine tag, and art print biz with cute designs and quirky sayings (“Well-behaved women rarely make history,” “I love you more than Diet Coke”), starting at just $2.
Why: Save 20 percent online thru Oct. 3 with code dailycandy.
When: Every day, holiday, birthday, wedding day.
Where: Uptown Country Home, 3419 Milton Ave. (469-232-2042); online at southernfriedpaper.com.
Mary Louise Butters Brownies
What: Austin-baked chocolate brownies in twenty-plus flavors named after women close to the owner’s heart (and tummy). Don’t miss the Marilyn with toasted pecans and molasses.
Why: Chunks of proceeds benefit charities including Friedreich’s Ataxia Research Alliance.
When: Mon.-Sat., 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; Sun., 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
Where: The Corner Market, 3426 Greenville Ave. (214-826-8282).
What: Soft knitwear at up to 65 percent off to keep you cozy despite the fall chill.
Why: If that doesn’t warm you enough, try Winery Insider’s libations at up to 60 percent off.
When: The leaves begin to turn.
Where: Online at swirl.com.
What: A new Bishop Arts indoor marketplace with 60 mini boutique spaces for crafters to sell their wares (baby clothes, screen-printed tees, locally grown coffee) six days a week.
Why: Monthly rental space starts at $205 (that’s for a five-by-five footer).
When: Opens Nov. 4.
Where: 216 W. Seventh St.. Oak Cliff. Sign up online at beindiegenius.com.
Jenny on the Block
What: Last week to score jewelry, old-school candies, hippie dresses, and more before the Snider Plaza boutique goes strictly online.
Why: It’s all 50 percent off.
When: Mon.-Fri., 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Where: 6715 Snider Plz. (214-361-1781).
Photo: Courtesy of Southern Fried Paper