Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Bieber Fever Baby! #gluenglitter

As a teenager, I was obsessed with guys who could sing and dance.  Still to this day I appreciate a talented artist even if the whole obsession part has left me.  I love listening to Justin Bieber sing, he has such an incredible voice.  And, of course, when I see him dancing around, I can't help but smile because he's absolutely adorable.  Almost every girl I know says that they are Mrs. Bieber.  It is almost impossible to see their bedroom walls because they have posters everywhere, literally.

I called my sister yesterday and told her about my latest project, reviewing "Never Say Never" and making a Justin Bieber poster for our cousin.  I stopped at her house and after letting the dogs out, we made our way to Walmart. I didn't end up making a list but I knew exactly what I needed to buy for this project. Every time I get ready to do something crafty, I turn to Elmer's.

This Elmer's Foam Board will be perfect for creating my poster.

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Creating something like this calls for Elmer's School Glue.


Bop magazine had tons of pictures of Justin, so I decided that a copy of this was a must.


While I was at Walmart, I decided to pick a couple other items:

I forgot to check the Redbox inside Walmart for "Never Say Never", so we had to take a short detour to a Redbox on our way home.  Lucky for me, I found a copy with my first try.

Almost every young girl I know is obsessed with Justin Bieber and many of them even refer to themselves as Mrs. Bieber.  Their bedrooms are plastered with Justin posters and the only music they are listening to is their dream guy.  When I was a teen, I was obsessed with boy bands.  A group of guys that can sing and dance made my heart swoon.  As an adult the obsession is gone but I still appreciate a talented singer.

When I put the movie in and hit play, I knew I was in for a treat.  I got to see Justin as a baby and a young child.  It seems that music has always played an important part in his life.  Watching him sing and play different instruments, even as a kid, was a nice treat.  It was exciting to see the YouTube video that started it all.  I was really impressed when I was able to see Justin perform live.  The only thing I would have changed is that I wouldn't have had so much fan footage.  People watch this to see Justin, not his fans.

And now, the moment you've all been waiting for...Feast your eyes on this masterpiece that I made:


I really hope my cousin likes it!  If you would like to see the making of this poster, please check out this slideshow:

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Disclosure: This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study for Collective Bias.  All opinions expressed are 100% my own.

1 comment:

  1. LOL - looking at the poster you made reminds me of when I was a teenager. I used to do the very same teen magazines and cut out the pics and make my own poster. TOTALLY CUTE.