Create a map of a story that others will know. Here I drew Goldilocks and the Three Bears. As you can see I am not one that can draw but I tried my best. This is all a learning experience and drawing is not something that I do well.
To create this daily create, I pulled some paper from the printer and began with my poor drawing skills. I drew Goldie walking down the path on the map to The Bears house. Then I drew the table chairs, upstairs, and the Bears coming home as Goldie began to run from the house. I then saved the photo to my computer and uploaded it to Twitter and embedded it into my blog.
This daily create I chose because it gave me some motivation for the day by using the clouds and the beautiful poem that I found to create a motivational post.
To create this daily create, I used a photo that I had previously taken. I found the poem online by googling motivational poems with clouds, and this poem came up in the search results. I then used paint to edit my picture and then add the text with the chosen font into a text box to the forefront of the photo. I then saved the photo and added it to Twitter.
This is a clock that I received after several years working with a local company. In this tweet, I took a picture of the clock with my phone, emailed it to myself, and uploaded it to Twitter.
This a picture of my daughter’s plant. The only lonely plant in the house. She has been named by my 7 year old, Ms. Happy Face. Her planter was made in school with googly eyes and the smiley face. Her first plant died so I took some seeds from a green pepper and tried to grow those instead. She was very unhappy when the previous plant died, so here she is brought back to life.
In this daily create I took the only plant that we have in the house and grabbed her from the kitchen window sill.
I then placed her on the kitchen table and got to snapping with my cellphone camera.
I then chose the best photo I could get of her, I opened Twitter on my laptop and added the picture to my tweet. I then took the tweet and embedded it into my daily create.
Here is a poem to my girls. They are my world and so special to me.
I created this picture by taking a picture I already had from my honeymoon in 2006 in Barbados. The photo was taken at one of their orchid gardens.
I have a hard copy of the photo so I took a picture of that picture with my phone.
I then emailed the picture to myself and retrieved it and put it into paint.
I then tried a number of different colors and fonts in order to see the words through the flowers. I then posted the picture to twitter, with a sweet poem to my girls.
I did this twice. I unfortunately put in the wrong code for the day and went back and corrected my mistake. I kept the other tweet as well that was done incorrectly just in case their was any question to when I submitted the post to Twitter. Previous incorrect create was on 6/25/2020. This has definitely been a learning process for me.