Our Théa had a wonderful Dance year in 2014. Competition was once again a joy to attend, watching her "do her thing". This year she was fortunate enough to win a scholarship for her Hip Hop Solo. It was pretty fun listening to the adjudicator offer her his feedback. He was practically gushing over her waves, he had so many wonderful things to say about her solo, my heart was bursting with pride listening to him recognize my girl's talent. This photo was taken the evening of the Gala awards and show. The show is filled with numbers from throughout the three week competition, all of which were top marks recipients, or adjudicator's choice. Each scholarship has 3 recipients, but only 1 of of those are asked to perform in the Gala evening. Théa was the lucky one chosen in her category. She looked amazing and performed her solo perfectly. It was a great way to end the competitive season for all of us.
Isn't that background paper awesome? Especially for those, who like me, love the distressed look, but have never really gotten the hang of achieving it on our own.
I was a little surprised at the size of the burlap bows when they arrived. I thought, somehow, that they would be smaller. It just required a little "thinking out of the box" to figure out how to fit it into my design. A simple 3/4" glue dot is all that I needed to tack it down to the page.
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