Welcome to Crazy Sweet Tuesday!
Just a few things before we get this party started.
Firstly, I updated my About Page
. Go check it out and tell me how awesome I am. (One of the things I told y’all about myself? I’m like being sarcastic.)
Second, I started using PicMonkey
. Yesterday’s photos (and the ones in Thursday’s post) are edited using it. I like it a lot. It’s so super similar to Picnik. I think it’s kinda cool that the employees who lost their jobs didn’t go quietly into the night.
The only things I miss and hope that they will put into PicMonkey sometime soon are: the Pupcat font (so sad it’s not there), the ability to put my photos directly into Picassa, and the ability to edit the levels of the photo (exposure and such). I’m keeping my fingers crossed, hear me PicMonkey dudes and dudettes?
Oh, and? It’s so much faster for me than Picnik. For now anyway. I edited 10 photos and my computer did not freeze, give me the spinning wheel of death, or crash. That’s a win in my book.
There was a third thing I was gonna say. But I have no idea what it was. Good thing I have some supercool features to make up for it.
Homemade Samoas by Pastry Chef Baking. It’s brownies with a crust!!! And caramel! And coconut!! *Swoon*
Bunny Chow by Shugary Sweets. It’s chocolate, cookies, and candy. And it’s got pretty sprinkles. A must eat.
Pot of Gold Cookies by What’s Cooking Love. This is so creative and I’m a little peeved I didn’t think of it first! A must make next year.
S’mores Brownie Bars by Brandy’s Baking. It’s brownies with a crust. And marshmallows. Double *swoon*
Potato Chip Cupcakes by Cups by Kim. No words. Except “get in my belly.”
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Published on: March 19, 2012