I've always wanted my own "Star Wars" introduction.
(Find yours at Star Wars Intro Creator. )
My love of sci-fi began a long time ago in a galaxy far-far away! I remember going to the theater as a little girl and being transported into the world and never wanting to leave! And in some respects I never did. For Halloween that year my mom twisted my long dark hair into Princess Leia braided buns. When the boys of the neighborhood would play "Star Wars" I was the only girl allowed to play with--someone needed to be Leia. As a 12 year old my love of Luke Skywalker transferred to a full blown crush. It didn't matter the actor Mark Hamill was quite a few years older...and married...with kids. My 12 year old heart still loved Luke I even cut out a mask of Luke found on a cereal box and had it taped to my wall next to my "Teen Beat" posters of Ricky Schroeder.
As I got older, my love of science fiction grew. I read Lord of Rings. The Dune series (yes I'm one of the few people I know that has read the complete series and seen the movie,) Doctor Who, any superhero movie. I loved being transported to other worlds while being able to do the strange and impossible.
Creative Meets Geek!
My creative side would meet my geek side with the occasional Cosplay going "Steampunk" for a Youth Center costume party or helping the daughter become RiverSong, or one of the Doctors.
|Beginnings of a Doctor Who Gallery Glass|
Plaid Crafts is launching Plaid Cosplay. Whether it's building cosplay, making terrain and painting miniatures for table top gaming, or creating fan art and other geeky crafts. There will be a place for you! To celebrate the launch Plaid is sponsoring a contest here on my blog! You can win a prize pack valued at $50, full of an assortment of Plaid Crafts paints, Mod Podge, and brushes. To enter simply comment here on what you will create.
|Win Me! $50 prize pack from Plaid Crafts|
Want an extra chance to win? Sign up for my email newsletter! Yay! I'm finally starting one! The sign-up link is to the right! Launching next week I'll share more of what I'm doing in my many areas of creative life; craft projects and DIY to Operation Christmas Child shoebox crafts, prophetic art and even some fan art. For those that might remember my old column "Crafting at the Speed of Life" from Chicagoland Scrapbooker Magazine, look for a revival! It's all about how my life collides with my art and vice versa!
Contest closes May 27, 2019 at 11:59pm and is open to residents of the United States and Canada only!
Thanks Plaid Crafts for sponsoring the contest and be sure to stop by Plaid Cosplay on Facebook