**Oh the joys of being 5 paragraphs into a blog post when a glitch erases all of the words not captured or saved anywhere else. UGH. And the 2nd time it happened in the same post = my fault…onto writing in Word FIRST. UGH x2**
It's no secret that my husband and I love to travel. In fact, we've been to some pretty cool places: Iceland, Sweden, Denmark, Germany, Prague, Austria, Barbados, Curacao, and Mexico. We've been to most large cities in the U.S. (with the exception that I haven't been to NYC yet...*gasp*).
When I saw this challenge, there was no way to avoid it, especially once I saw the other amazing creations born from it. Using photos of my husband and I that I had saved on my phone; images obtained from a Bing search using ‘public domain’ or ‘free to share and use’ licenses; and my favorite photo editing tool—PowerPoint, I set off to create our amazing Fakecation 2015.
NOTE: PowerPoint isn’t a sophisticated photo editing tool, but it is darn easy and convenient anyways. Plus, once you see the end result, you’ll see why using PPT for this challenge was a no-brainer.
After pairing bucket list travel destinations that we’d actually like to some day visit, I did exactly what I do when we actually travel—I made a scrapbook layout. Together with the Project Life app and Collect app, I created my page.
Check out the final result of our glorious trip to see Estonia, Jordan, Dubai, Japan, the Great Barrier Reef, Antarctica, and visiting the puffins off the coast of Maine (as per Bing) and not Iceland as I had hoped). Not pictured was our trip to Santorini and Easter Island.
**Apparently, Weebly is having a bad day and really doesn't want to hyperlink anything either.**
Hi my name is Kimberly Valliere and I'm an experienced Leader, Instructional Designer, eLearning Developer, LMS Administrator; lover of technology, Articulate Storyline, pictures, and learning. (Certainly not an exhaustive list.)