Monthly Archives: November 2012
The images from the German food blog, Photisserie, are delicate, simple and whimsical. Her food is precise and beautiful (and I am sure it’s also tasty) but I am in love with how she plays with her food. Making peas into buttons, chocolate into a moustache, mint into a bow tie , a lemon wedge into a smile and a red currant as the stone in a ring. It is just so cute and I can’t wait to see what else she comes up with!
Check out her blog here!
Their wedding and event line, made to measure is their edited collection of favorite designs, made to measure using your choice of printing, paper, palette and finishing details.
Their studio produces custom graphic design projects for clients interested in a personal piece of communication both for print and online.
We recently received some cash from a sale we made on Craigslist. Since we usually don’t have physical cash lying around, the first thing that popped into my mind was Cash Cats! Of course…1 Comment
An apple a day…
1. Warm apple pie pots. 2. Caramel apple cake. 3. Apple cinnamon pound cake. 4. Pulla, a Finnish cinnamon sweet bread. 5. Sweet and sour cream apple tart. 6. Apple tea cake. 7. Apple crisp. 8. Classic apple pie. 9. Baked apple doughnuts with caramel drizzle. 10. Apple and pumpkin upside down cake. 11. Apple pie cookies. 12. Apple mosaic tart with salted caramel.1 Comment
A few weeks ago I had the opportunity to take senior photos for this lovely young lady, Julia. While shooting, I was amazed by her beauty (obviously), poise (obviously) and character (triple threat…obviously). We took the photos bright and early outside of her house which sits on the beautiful Puget Sound. Her kitty even followed us for the entire shoot!1 Comment
Nature is beautiful.
Zhangye Danxia Landform is 400 square kilometers of natural art in the Linze and Sunan counties of the Gansu Province in northwest China. This type of landform known as danxia is a result of a combination of active movements beneath the Earth’s crust in concurrence with exogenous forces which act on the surface, therefore, creating rock layers that differ in color, texture, shape, size and pattern. These differences, however, uniquely characterize this scenery; creating a terrain composed of towering peaks, jagged cliffs, gaping cave holes, rugged rock pillars and stone walls that go from rough to smooth at various points. It gives an impression of an artistic creation that was carefully thought out yet creatively disorganized at the same time.1 Comment
We love fall. We love bundling up, drinking hot drinks, having date nights at home, watching movies in bed, hearing leaves crinkle under our feet on walks, the oranges, browns and reds, the rain, wind and storms and the roasted and toasted foods. It is like falling in love all over again.
If you didn’t see last year’s Fall in Love post, go here!2 Comments
Sparrow Nest Script has some beautiful and whimsical hand-made cards.
Check out her etsy shop here!0 Comments