This is several days late, but better late than never! 🙂
My summer seems kinda run together, so I’m not quite sure what all happened in July. Thankfully I have pictures to look back over to see when we did what, and so I shall write about our adventures in July.
Yesterday Carmen suddenly decided that she wanted to write a guest post. I have recently read two interview posts that people did with their younger siblings (one is on a private blog, but the other is here) and I thought they were hilarious. So today I have an interview with Carmen for you to read. Continue reading “Interview/Guest Post With Carmen”→
Hello everyone! Clementine the amazing here. I forgot about those bunny sunglasses, I need to make Megan buy some soon. I am now writing my dozenenth (that’s not a word but it should be) entry, and you should be honored to be reading it. Continue reading “The Diary of Clementine ~ Entry #12”→
March has come in like a lion. Tuesday was rather windy, Wednesday was in the thirties, on Thursday it snowed, and on Friday it didn’t get above 45. Right now it is hanging around forty.
Anyway, on Sunday it was marvelous! Our cousin walked home with us from our grandmother’s house and after a few tears from a Carmen that needed to go to take a nap, we ran outside to get some rabbits. All of them got at least an hour outside in the sunshine. Only Clementine needed a leash, the rest just stayed in the shade of the umbrellas, venturing out every now and then.
Ready for some pictures?
A bunny day is…
… riding in wheel barrows…
…being held rather awkwardly…
…lying in the shade of an umbrella…
…giving humans ‘the look’ when they put earthworms on your head…
… being cool with the humans…
… sniffing cameras…
… modeling for mud rabbits…
… and that’s a bunny day!
I loved writing that! 😀 We had so much fun last Sunday. 🙂 I can’t wait for warm weather, brownie stands, flowers, and… come quickly spring!
To wrap this up, how about a quick cloud collage?
Are you looking forwards to spring?
Which do you like better, daffodils or tulips? I think I lean slightly towards tulips because there’s more variety, but I love the sunniness of bright yellow daffodils!
To make this you will need two programs: Paint, and PicMonkey.
This is what your thing will look like, with customized outline and photo fill. 😉
Go to Bing (well, I guess you could use Google…) and type in ‘____ outline’. For this tutorial I typed in ‘bunny outline’. 🙂 Choose a good outline, one that looks like the one below. It doesn’t have to be transparent, (that’s the checkerboard behind it) but it works a little better usually. The rabbit image was from this site.
Save the picture to your computer and then open the Paint app.
Click file, then click open, and select the image you just saved.
Select the paint bucket tool.
Fill the outside part with black. Yes, it has to be black. Save your photo and then go PicMonkey.com. Click ‘Edit’ and open your photo.
Once your photo pops up, click the little overlay icon which looks like a butterfly.
Click ‘Your Own’ and select the photo you want to use to fill it.
Make the photo big enough so that it covers the whole rabbit (or whatever you are using).
See the little box that says Overlays? Click on the word Normal. When the box drops down, click ‘Darken’.
Ta-da! Now all you have to do is save it!
These are really fun to make and they look so neat! 🙂