For this assignment, I included my secret agent I created! First, I found a template for an ID card. Then, I used an app to add words and the picture, which I found online. I used that picture because when I think of a spy, I think of spies in decades like the 1960s, and I wanted to include that vintage theme when I created this card.
As soon as I saw this assignment, I got so excited because I knew I would have a lot of fun with this assignment. My favorite book when I was a child was called “If You Give A Pig A Pancake.” I chose this book because I knew I could be creative and add my own personal touch to it. I used an app of my phone called “superimpose” where I layer photos to create an image. I first added the background that has the table with the window and I flipped the image. Then, I found a picture of pancakes and I cut around it so that I just got the plate and the pancakes. Then, I added the finishing touch, the star of the cover, Poppy the Pig! I uploaded his pigture (oops, I meant picture!) and used the cutting tool to cut around him as well. Then, I chose a font and added the words and viola! My very own version of “If You Give A Pig A Pancake.”
I included my secret agent, Margaret Delatour, into this assignment. She owns a marina, so I made a business card for her marina, Marina du Soleil. I went to a business card website and had to go through and find a background that I thought was good. I thought this background was perfect because it is water-related. I had to edit the card and put in my own words and I also had to move around the mermaid tail.