Saturday, 26 April 2014

Dr Who Symphonic Spectacular

Sci-fi geekiness is hereditary. My enjoyment of Dr Who has passed on to two of my children, including my son. It was with great pleasure that I went to Wellington earlier in the year to attend the opening event of the Wellington Arts Festival: the Dr Who Symphonic Spectacular. This concert toured the world for the 50th anniversary of the show and my son's choir was invited to sing in it. So, musician meets Dr Who meets proud mum. Centre photo: the artist's backstage pass and importantly - my ticket, which got me to within two metres of a cyberman, a Venetian vampire and the Silence.

New for this layout was the Spellbinders Sprightly Sprocket set, purchased with a Christmas gift voucher. Everything else was in the stash.




Equipment list
Papers: Bazzill black, Kaisercraft Timeless collection. The clock and concert motif were fussy cut from a page. The light coloured sprockets were cut from scraps. The background musical page is from the 12x12 pad. Bronze metallic paper, possibly Bazzill, for the sprockets.
Dies, Inks, Stamps: Tim Holtz distress black, various Rosie's alphabet stamps, Spellbinders Sprightly Sprockets
Other: gesso, Kaisercraft Art of Life collectible, peel-off mini-alphabets, Tattered Angels glimmer-mist Bronze, SU square lattice embossing folder.

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