She likes her coffee like she likes her men .. 16 ounces at a time!
Well, it was a smaller group this time out when it came to responses for our DIY Challenge, with only 3 entrants. I know the picture limited participation as did the requirement that you use the phrase, "Good to the Last Drop!" somewhere in it. Maybe October's will be more accessible?
So, because of that, I figured I would make one as well, and as such, I didn't read anyone's until I am posting this. Hopefully I didn't copy anyone, though I know that I wasn't the only one to punish someone, since I put Ian's story into a caption setting. Here's the submissions:
First one to send something in was Dawn (Commentator) and it has that classic and timeless plot, and I really like the font she used as well. Most playful than some of the other fonts she uses.
Then Brittany also posted one to my trading folder on the Haven. She used a coven as well, though this is a super-sexy lesbian coven. I don't tend to ever call the four corners with that sort of coven. I must get lost in the back woods more often I think!
Both captioner expanded the caption setting palette, and I can certainly see why with Ian's. I'm hoping people can read it in the font I selected, which took me about 10 minutes to find one that would be legible when ensmallened. The wild part is that I took "the short version" and cut out where Ian said I could stop. To make it even more visible, I changed the blended background at the bottom so the white wouldn't bleed in so much. Love the idea, but we really do have to work on brevity some more Ian! I know you can do it!
All worthy stories that made the requirements seem easy. So, for feedback, how did we all do? Should we have a picture AND a phrasing to include in the DIY Challenge for October? Did it make it harder, or easier to come up with something with those guidelines?