If you are like me, you barely remember the drive-in.
From what I've read, it was a favorite spot to spend a summer night under the stars
watching the stars: by that I mean the on-screen stars.
That is, until urbanization
took over and pushed drive-in owners to sell their large plots of land that
could be used for no more than four months each summer.
But back in the day when these cars were in style, this was apparently the biggest event of the weekend. That is, until school started and the drive-in had one final Friday through Sunday night fun fest before it closed for another year. So welcome to the back-to-school weekend when we close the drive-in for another year.
Materials used include scrapbook paper, an image from the internet, computer generated sentiment, black pigment ink, variegated thread, and a 3-D embellishment.
Thanks for visiting today. Bleubeard and I would love for you to join us at Art Journal Journey, where this month the theme is "Back to School" and even the weekends had rituals.
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