When your kids get older, it’s fun to watch them become mature enough to indulge their inner child. Through the Middle to High School years, they're usually trying to act much older than they are. Then they get to college and they are more comfortable in their own skin.
Our son is a self professed comic geek. A fan of both DC and Marvel characters ( although Marvel prevails) and a collector of comics, memorabilia etc.
He’s coming home for Spring Break tomorrow (YEAH) and I found a way to combine what I love to do with what he loves.
He’s excited about the “Justice League” movie that’s in the works so I found an image online ( this is for personal use only
Copyright people) but it was in color and I wanted black and white.
Using My Memories Suite
, I not only converted it to black and white, but chose a pencil sketch filter. I exported it as a photo and in my Print Shop program, aged the edges.
Printed on cardstock, framed it in a frame I had on hand and then downloaded the “Justice League” font from here
and then cut the words on CoCo, my Silhouette Cameo. I used metallic silver vinyl from Expressions Vinyl.
We got him a very cool black and white Batman statue for his birthday so this will go perfectly with that!