‘Tis the holiday season for sending out greeting cards to friends and family. And my friend Irene mentioning that gave me the inspiration for today’s Fun Day Sunday activity:
Holiday Cards, CRAzy Captioning Style
As before, I will start us off with six Richard Armitage character holiday cards–with added holiday graphics–and a sample holiday greeting. Thanks to my gal pals over on FB who voted about which RA roles to draw upon for inspiration. But, the actual images chosen by me have been a secret until now. So I hope you enjoy the graphics that I created. Then you can comment and suggest alternative holiday greetings to these sample holiday card graphics, if you wish.
And let me say what a treat it is for me to combine two fun activities–admiring Richard Armitage’s character portrayals and the December Holidays.
And as we all prepare to celebrate our own holiday times with family and friends, I’m sure that we all send Mr. Armitage our warmest wishes for his own holidays.
Enjoy and Holiday Cheers! Grati ;->
P.S. As I made the composite images, I listened to and watched this festive video “Richard Armitage – All I want For Christmas” created by utubeacct2008 (song sung by Mariah Carey). So, I thought you would enjoy the video as well to start us off:
12/04/11–Holiday Greeting Cards: CRAzy Captioning Style
Image A: Sir Guy of Gisborne of the BBC’s “Robin Hood” (2006 – 2009)
Image B: John Thornton of the BBC’s “North & South” (2004)
Image C: Lucas North of the BBC’s “Spooks” (2008 – 2010)
Image D: Harry Kennedy kissing the Vicar (played by Dawn French) of the BBC’s “The Vicar of Dibley” (two part Christmas Special 2006)
Image E: John Porter of Sky1 TV’s “Chris Ryan’s Strike Back” (series 1 in 2010)
Image F: Collage of various other RA roles
Heinz Kruger in “Captain America: The First Avengers” (2011); Dr. Alex Track in “The Golden Hour” (2005); Claude Monet in “The Impressionists” (2006); and Ricky Deeming in “George Gently” (2007)
(1) All Richard Armitage role screencaps are courtesy of RANet (www.RichardArmitageNet.com), unless otherwise indicated. Such as, the Thorin screencap image (“The Hobbit”, 2012 and 2013) on the Holiday Card’s title graphic was made by Dhana.
(2) I have put Richard Armitage’s years of performance in these shows in parentheses for each holiday card label. If you would like to purchase these or other program titles of Mr. Armitage’s artistic projects–several dvds are on my wish list for my hubby to give me–you can do so through the RANet web site which has now become an Amazon affiliate. And RANet (www.RichardArmitageNet.com) will return the commissions earned to one of Mr. Armitage’s chosen charities. Here is that RANet Amazon link for both the US and the UK http://www.richardarmitagenet.com/raondvd.html
(3) You may also donate to one of Richard Armitage’s chosen charities directly by visiting the Just Giving link that is also found on the RANet site as well as in my resources list to the right of your screen http://www.justgiving.com/Richard-Armitage
(4) Holiday graphic clips are from MSOffice. I composited the images using MS Powerpoint and Adobe Photoshop. These photo manipulations that I created are all intended to be in good fun and for personal use only, no copyright infringement intended. Please do not repost these images elsewhere.