I consider myself to be a go-getter. I do what I want and I don't usually take "no" for an answer. Unless it's illegal, and then "no" is totally cool with me. And also only if it doesn't involve laundry. Laundry and I are *so* not friends. And sometimes when people are mean, I just stay home and sulk and maybe watch pointless internet videos until my eyes want to fall out of my head. I guess I'm only kind of a go-getter.
But with cookies, I go all out. And I like to make the cookies I want to make. Not the cookies the cookie cutter companies tell me that I want to make. They're not the president of my cookies. And until they start cleaning my living room, I am not going to let them tell me what to do. (But I'm still okay if they want to send me presents on my birthday or something.)
Sometimes I see a cutter and I fall in love with it. And I want to keep it forever and make cookies of dreams. And sometimes I don't. Sometimes I see a cookie first and I have to find a cutter that's willing to put aside it's differences and make things work out. It happens a lot at my house. I'm basically a cookie/cutter therapist. I kind of have a system for it now. And I was thinking that if you're having some cookie and cutter love troubles going on at your house, you might be able to use that system.
How to piece together cookies so they stay together.
Keep your letters sharp and not all blendy-into-each-other.
Torch of Liberty Tutorial.