Sunday, March 6, 2016

It’s Time for the 4th Annual Bunny Week!

Starting tomorrow, I'll be sharing a week of bunny-themed crafts, a recipe, a scrapbook layout and lots of fun facts about rabbits! It's one of my favorite annual blog traditions. You can see all my rabbit posts, including previous Bunny Week articles, here



Speaking of bunnies, I've gathered all my rabbit-themed crafts in one convenient area. It's the first of many compilations I'm planning to do in order to improve the searchability of my kids' craft tutorials. I love seeing my bunny crafts together in one place!


As you can see, I've been having a lot of fun making collages. I've mentioned this before many times, but I am SO glad I finally got the PicMonkey Royale Membership. Back in December, I said:
I wish I'd gotten it sooner. It has so many cool features and would have saved me hours and hours of time (and frustration) in the past. At only $33/year, it is well worth it. (For the record, no one is paying me to say this. I was beginning to sound a bit like a commercial.
and...
Making this card gave me another excuse to play with PicMonkey. I've been using it for both work and play for about a month now and I'm still discovering cool features I didn't realize it had. Seriously, PicMonkey should start paying me. I can't shut up about it!

Well... it turns out that PicMonkey WILL start paying me for saying good things about them! Sort of. I'm now a part of their affiliate program, so if you click on the link and sign up for your own Royale Membership, I'll receive a portion of the money. I'm saying good things about them anyway and I promise you'll love them, so it's a win-win. 


See you tomorrow for Day 1 of Bunny Week!

3 comments:

  1. I love your bunny projects!

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  2. Can't wait to see all the bunny crafts!!! And ??? about PicMonkey -- do they have folders to store your photos too? I currently have Picasa (which does have folders), but heard through the grapevine that Google isn't supporting it anymore, so I will still have what I have, but no more upgrades from them -- so looking for a new place to store my folders on top of editing! :)

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    1. No, PicMonkey doesn't store any photos. It's simply a photo editor with tons of cool features; you store your edited photos elsewhere. It's definitely not a replacement for Picasa. I'm so bummed Picasa is going away. I haven't figured out what I'm going to use yet.

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