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Justin Hackworth's Fine Art Prints

• 13 June 2016

For years, Justin Hackworth has been the one to capture all the big moments in our family's life (here and here to name a few). I consider these images treasures and am so grateful to have taken the time to make our photo sessions together a priority.  Now that I don't live nearby, I love that I still have access to Justin's work online. I am a particular fan of the large size, as it makes the image even more compelling.  His style would be ideal on a wall like the ones shown below.

You can discover these fine art prints here and view more of Justin's wedding + portrait photography here.  I think any of Justin's prints would look fantastic on a gallery wall styled like the ones seen in this home tour (more images of this Australian home here).  Swoon!

images via Justin Hackworth and The Design Files



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Mini Fruit Rouges Crisps with Pistachios

• 06 June 2016


For me, summertime is the season for camping, small trips to see family/cousins and for picking berries.  The activity is both practical and enjoyable for kids (who doesn't want homemade jam in their lunches next schoolyear I remind them) and adults alike.  We all get to munch while we pick, chat about this and that, and catch a few rays of sunshine (not to be taken for granted up here in the Pacific Northwest).  Also, since we live in the city, it involves a trip to either the suburbs or the country, which is always refreshing as long as you don't get stuck in traffic :).

This recipe is a personal favorite, as it encompasses so many things I love--mini desserts, fresh berries, slightly nutty flavor and a mix of warmth and coolness (if you serve with ice cream, which is a must in my book!).  If you don't have access to tayberries, like we do up here in Washington, feel free to substitute cherries, a more classic "fruit rouges".  Enjoy!


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