First off, I'm thankful for this Mini Babybel semisoft cheese, complete with its own wax casing.
Second, Inkscape. I've mentioned Inkscape before, and I still use it regularly when coming up with logos or even prototyping the layout of something. It's easy to draw a few boxes, then drag them, resize them, and arrange them to reflect whatever I'm trying to visualize. Vector graphics are well-suited to this task. Inkscape also exports your drawings to PNG, JPG, GIF and probably a few others.
IE is very lame for not understanding PNG transparency.