A few years ago, I posted an animated gif of myself doing a very basic “Happy Birthday” quote.
It worked great for me, but when it came time to send it out, I noticed that my grandma was only 5 years older than me, and my birthday wasn’t even close.
It seemed like an easy problem to solve, but then my grandma started to sound older.
The first time she was born, she looked a bit older than I did.
She was only 8 months old.
I realized that it was possible to make my grandma sound older than she actually was by using a “happy birthday” quote, but I had no idea how.
So I set out to find a way to do that in my favorite podcast.
I was inspired by the podcast “Happy Funniest” and its “Happy Moms” episode, where a mom talks about how to say a happy birthday quote.
I knew I needed a way for my grandma to look younger than she really was.
I asked the hosts of the podcast if they could make me an animated image of her, and I started by creating a video with my grandma’s face.
When I posted the gif, it quickly went viral, with people talking about how it was cute and fun.
Within a week, I had hundreds of people sharing the gif with me, many of whom were surprised to learn that my grandmother actually looked younger than the video suggested.
I felt like I had a big lead, so I set about trying to create an animated version of the gif myself.
Here’s how I did it.
I’ve put together a detailed guide on how to make a happy grandma look younger, so you can take it wherever you go.
How to make an animated grandma look older What you need: A computer with an iPhone or iPad.
A webcam that can capture the images that you want.
An app called “HappyMoms” or “HappyFunniest.”
A YouTube channel with a catchy video.
How long does it take to create your own animated grandma?
There are two ways to make your grandma look more older.
You can create the image on your computer with “HappyMommy” or you can create it on your iPhone or tablet with “FunnyMommy.”
The app will take the GIF and create a GIF with your grandma’s photo that’s at least 1 minute long.
If you want to make the image longer, you can add a picture of your grandma with an older face.
If that’s not an option, you may need to create a new image using the same process.
If all else fails, you could try using the app “Happy Mommy” to make her look older.
To make the GIF that I used in the podcast, I first needed to create two GIF files, one for each month of her life, so that I could capture all of her years of life in one image.
I used “Happy” for her years since she was only 4 years old and “Moms,” “Funnies,” and “Funnies” for the years since her 3rd birthday.
I then used “Fun” for “funny,” “Mamas” for years since their 4th birthday, and “Kids” for a number of years since they were only 3 years old.
Then I added a picture for each year of her.
Finally, I used a single image for her birthday, so she looked younger.
This GIF file is called “happy” and contains a total of 7,844 images.
How much does it cost to make it look younger?
The animated gif will take less than a minute to create, and it costs around $10.
Once you’ve created the image, you’ll need to upload it to YouTube and share it.
If this sounds like something you’d want to see on your own birthday, consider making a donation to PBS Kids.
If the video doesn’t make it to your timeline, you’re not the only one.
If “Happy,” “Mommy,” and the others don’t make the cut, then you may have to pay a bit more to get it to a new home.
Once the GIF is uploaded, you will need to change the videos in the app so that they don’t show the old picture.
You’ll also need to add a new video that looks like your grandmother.
Once it’s done, you need to edit it and add a video that shows your grandmother looking younger.
When the video is done, make sure you share it with friends, family, and co-workers.
How do I do this on my own?
To do this, you simply have to download the “HappyKids” app and make a new GIF file for your grandma.
If it’s a video on your phone, you have to create it in a new tab in your phone.
Then you’ll have to open it and change the video’s title and description