Contributed by Catherine L. Osornio
Great entry!! Sooo creative.
Catherine, this was delightful! How in the world did you do that? I’ve been trying to figure out how show a rebus on my blog. No clue . Very well done!
A picture is worth a thousand words.
Catherine, that was so much fun to read! I’ve never been able to sell a rebus. Maybe I’ll give it another try!
Marilyn, believe it or not, I sold the first and only rebus I ever wrote. That was two months ago. I had been playing with the idea of writing one for a few months before, and even got some samples from Nancy. I finally took a story that had been rejected by a children’s magazine and made it into a rebus. I heard back within a month that they wanted the rebus and would send out a contract. If I can do it, I know you can, too!
Sherri, it was a bit complicated to figure out. What I finally did was to take my final work from Publisher and convert the image to a jpeg file. I could then download it into WordPress as an image.
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