I spent some time on Saturday working on a new header for Catholic Cuisine. I have received quite a few complaints about the layout this past year – some people are not able to see the sidebars, others would like the posts to have a white background for easier printing, etc. It isn’t that hard to change the actual template, but the problem was that the header which is currently being used is part of the actual template and cannot be transfered to another blogger template. I did not want to hire/pay someone to create one for the blog… (Catholic Cuisine is a free site and we have never looked for sponsors or have had paid advertising on the blog. Some posts do contain affiliate links, which pay a percentage if a purchase is made after someone clicks over, but that very small amount is the extent of any “income” that is generated from the blog.) Anyhow, at the suggestion of a friend, I spent Saturday evening over at Picnik (what a fun site!) trying to create a new header, using a painting of The Last Supper by Domenico Ghirlandaio. I thought it turned out nice, but I am still nervous about actually making changes to the blog – it has been the same since I first created it back in 2008… So, I thought I would give you all a sneak peek here first. I’d love to hear whether
or not you like it… 😉
The weather has been beautiful this week! Mostly sunny, with highs around 55˚… It is still chilly, but nice enough to go outside each afternoon. On Monday the kids and I worked on cleaning up our yard and then I even took the initiative to figure out how to fire up Hubby’s leaf blower, after filling it up with gas, to clear all the fallen pine needles off the driveway. It’s hard to pull start a leaf blower!