Buckwheat Posted November 28, 2021 Share Posted November 28, 2021 My students have started humming Christmas songs back in September and were absolutely thrilled to pick names for a class Secret Santa a few days ago, so that must be a sign that the holidays are, indeed, approaching. Oh, and also today is the first Sunday of Advent, so I just decided to go ahead and start this topic which, I am sure, is going to bring us all a lot of joy. So, welcome to our sixth, I suppose I can say traditional by now, holiday-of-your-choice decorating game! Here are the rules, again: 1. This is the template for our tree. 2. The first player to play downloads the template from the imgur link I posted under 1. Every next player downloads the picture the player before them posted. 3. Open the picture in Paint, Photoshop or any other picture editing program. Draw decorations on it: You can add colour, an ornament, background, presents ... whatever you like and whatever you think suits our tree. 4. Save the new picture (in the jpg-format) and upload it to imgur.com. Post a direct link to the picture into this thread. 5. The next person repeats the process adding decorations to your picture etc. You can play as many times as you want. Some reasonable guidelines about picture standards: a) Do not change the size of the picture. b ) Do not add explicitly sexual or violent material. I want this game to stay completely safe for children and work and common decency and stuff. c) Try not to cover the whole tree with decorations in the first few steps, some space must be left for the next players too. č) Do not cover/erase other people's contributions. d) Pasting parts of other pictures/photos into this picture is allowed. e) Using imagination is welcome. Still unsure about how it works? You can take a look at the previous games: The original one: 2016 2017: Rocking around the Christmas tree 2018 - third time's the charm 2019 and its lovely angels The apocalyptic 2020 I welcome all the old and the new players who want to join and am looking forward to all the contributions! Have a happy holiday season. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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