What happens to North Koreans sounds made up. It sounds like scenes from a horror film.
Except it’s not made up.
And it has been going on since the mid-1990s. Every single day. For 20 years. It seems strange that the world would knowingly let such humans rights violations continue for 20 years.
Read this article. Just read it. You have time.
Watch this video. And read what the press said about it.
Find out more about the film, Seoul Train, and read some updates.
Time to make a gift for the girls.
Look closely. You can see the top of the gift from Valentines 2015.
I decided to make something simple for my daughters for Valentines Day.
I had seen a smaller version of this online somewhere.
Make the art in Word and print it
Cut the stencil by hand using a utility knife and a straightedge (ruler)
Attach the stencil to the board with rubber cement and pins
Paint the stencil with acrylic paint, using two colors
Remove the stencil
STEP 5 – B
Realize that rubber cement and pins were not the way to go with this
STEP 5 – C
Frown at the results.
Sand down the whole thing.
Ask a friend who is an artist if you can use her Cricut. Thank her for helping make a new, precision-cut stencil.
Redo the first attempt.
Give to daughters.
Gil Scott Heron…
In case you forgot him. In case you never heard him.
Source: Sean Hart
Via: This Isn’t Happiness