Thursday, January 29, 2009

PROOF

Janis says, KAYA!

This is the only piece of paper (literally) from college that I kept. I had it photocopied on acetate (and made it my background, hence the sheen on the photo). I placed the actual paper inside the pocket (see arrow), it is a submission for my Philippine Literature subject discussing my view of death. Naturally since it was a literature subject, we were given the freehand on how to discuss it (please visit my blog for the contents of the paper because it?s rather long - - I thought I might as well share it, just to explain my professor?s remarks). Anyway, for this LO, I used BearyBox?s Sketch#10 (was not able to upload my entry in their gallery though, I forgot about the deadline!!!). Thanks Ching for this great challenge. ;o)


Journaling:
The last project in my Philippine Literature subject was to stage an actual play in class - - I cannot recall the title of the play but I remember that the role assigned to me was that of a child prostitute. I?d (secretly) longed to act, but the idea daunted me. I never joined any dramatic arts group in school (even though I wanted to) as I prioritized the ?intellectual? clubs.Anyway, it was my last shot - - and I gave it my all. My group did not attend class after our performance, we were just so happy that it was over. It was only during the class card distribution (and return of a previously submitted paper) that I learned of my professor ?s (whose name I have already forgotten) feedback.This is the only piece of paper from college that I kept. It has been more than 10 years now, yet every time I read this I can?t help but smile and be reminded of the drama queen in me.

Materials:
DCWV cardstocks, K&Co Papers, Xerox/acetate, woman chipboard cutout, acrylic paints, sakura pens, Uniball signo journaling pen, prima flowers, MM brads, chipboard labels (unknown), cloth flower, MM rub-ons (expressions), MM tiny alphas (pink ledger), MR sheer journal, AC Thickers (Jewelry Box, painted with pink acrylic paint, topped with Glossy Accents), Colorbox inkpads for distressing.

About Me:





I am http://thereluctantscrapper.blogspot.com/

4 comments:

leira said...

Good Job on the challenge i love the way that you made it all work together. Bravo!!!

CHING said...

Great Lo Janis ! Thanks for sharing with us your great drama memoirs !!!

CraftFairy said...

WOW! I love your scrolled embelly there! and how you arranged the pink flower - super great idea! You have the PROOF you are a super-duper scrapper... so don't ever be reluctant anymore (^.^)
PS...are those real stitches?

Aihara Ramintessah Sanchez said...

Nice achievement Janis. It is our achievement if someone we used to know believes in our capabilities. Its never too late right dear?