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Drawing upon years of culinary scholarship and experience, Simpleicious's chefs, Melodie Hack and Dayna Pawlowski, sculpt their signature gourmet oatmeal-chocolate-chip cookies from scratch. The pastrysmiths line ovens with mouthwatering morsels by the dozen, then lightly dust them with sea salt. Completed cookies taste simultaneously salty and sweet, while their chewy interiors and crisp exteriors make them ideal as quick snacks or as bookmarks for hard-to-finish novels.
The proficient framers at Art Frame Studio employ high-quality framing materials and seldom-used techniques to efficiently preserve photographs and documents. Using rice paper and wet-paste mounting techniques, they evenly mount scrolls and other delicate objects. In addition to prints and photos, they encapsulate puzzles, needlepoint work, and keepsakes within sleek shadowbox frames. Employing museum-approved materials and conservation framing techniques, they mount historically significant documents on archival-quality matting to ensure a stable framing job, minimal exposure of the work to adhesives, and protection from studious insects.
Harnessing his well-trained eye, owner and artist Jeff Hernandez crafts custom art dwellings in his combination gallery and framing center. Whether working with a photograph, prestigious diploma, or painting of a prestigious diploma, his team of framing specialists can pair customers' items with just the right materials, colors, and design styles. A basic 16"x20" frame starts at about $150, though prices vary depending on materials used. To keep keepsakes protected against the elements, customers may opt for acid-free materials and UV glass ($180 for a 16"x20" frame) or museum-quality wares ($230 for a 16"x20" frame) with crystal-clear glass that is impervious to glare and pretentious commentary.
A licensed aesthetician and cosmetology-school graduate, Stacey Witt is well-versed in the importance of skincare as it relates to beauty. She applies sunscreen at the conclusion of facials to ward off harmful UV rays, and she wields products that work with a variety of skin types to unclog pores and brighten complexions. Witt approaches each of her treatments with attentiveness, whether she is performing an enzyme peel, a lip treatment, or a makeup application for paparazzi-heavy treks to take out the garbage.