The movie is a documentary of Justin’s journey to becoming a “star.” It includes video clips of him as a child singing and showing his talents. The movie interviews all the important and most influential people in his life including his mom and grandparents. We were able to see how he was discovered! And how he so quickly became a sensation!
This is the first G-rated film for MTV Films and Insurge Pictures. It is rated appropriately! I was so encouraged to see a “star” in a movie that was not full of bad language and questionable behavior! What I found most impressive about this movie is that he and his mom are so open about their faith! They openly pray and give God the credit for everything. I LOVED that!
After seeing Justin Bieber: Never Say Never
After watching the movie we had serious Bieber Fever and decided to make our own poster. Please check out my this moment slide show below to check out the entire project from shopping to creation!
What you need:
- Elmers All Purpose Glue ($2.47)
- Elmers Foam Board ($2.88)
- 2 Felt Sheets ($.20 each)
- 2 photos printed on stock paper(can be 1 large photo) (free if you have paper and ink)
- Stickers (We used foam hearts and scrapbook music instruments)(approx $3 total)
- Chalk or Markers
How to make this budget friendly and unique Justin Bieber Poster:
1. Take the Felt Sheets and photos and apply a small amount of glue to the back of the photo sheets. Attach to the felt sheets.We could not find purple felt so we used red. Purple would have been ideal! We used a photo of my daughter and a photo of Justin to make it like a “couple”. You could take photos of Justin if you prefer. Even different sizes would work and you could cute the felt to frame appropriately.
2. Glue the felt sheets to the foam board We did them in the middle as the main pieces.
3. Pick your words wisely and carefully title your poster. Since we used a black elmers foam board we used chalk to make the letters stand out. If you use a white board you could use any colors you like and markers would work fine.
4. I let my daughter go crazy with the stickers. Since we used red felt we used purple and red hearts.
5. Have fun! If your daughter is young like mine you can pretend you are attending a concert while watching the movie. For the older girls she can display in her room for later use.
This is a very affordable and fun idea to do with your daughter! If you have a fun idea I’d LOVE to hear and see it!
Disclosure: This post has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study for Collective Bias.All opinions are 100% mine!