Tuesday, January 3, 2012

A Camera So Tasty You Can Eat It

The calendar's quickly turning to a whole new year, but if you act fast you can keep the holiday spirit alive for just a little longer with help from my favorite ridiculous photographic web site Photojojo and its recipe for gingerbread cameras. It's total photo geekery, I know, but I also know I'm not hip enough to deny how great these look. I can make no judgments regarding tastiness, but I guarantee these designs to be in perfectly good taste! Check out the blog post at http://content.photojojo.com/diy/gingerbread-cameras and then get to baking. Feel free to send the leftovers my way, too.  

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A Camera So Tasty You Can Eat It


The calendar's quickly turning to a whole new year, but if you act fast you can keep the holiday spirit alive for just a little longer with help from my favorite ridiculous photographic web site Photojojo and its recipe for gingerbread cameras. It's total photo geekery, I know, but I also know I'm not hip enough to deny how great these look. I can make no judgments regarding tastiness, but I guarantee these designs to be in perfectly good taste! Check out the blog post at http://content.photojojo.com/diy/gingerbread-cameras and then get to baking. Feel free to send the leftovers my way, too.  

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