Group Rules | Folder Descriptions | Help
You might remember about a poll we created a few months ago that asked if you would be interested in an ItaSaku month. Well, there was an overwhelming vote of yes (which doesn't really surprise me--you're all such loyal ItaSaku fans
). We also asked what month you thought would be a good ItaSaku month, and the majority vote was December. Thus, it's time to celebrate a month of ItaSaku!
ItaSaku month is a month long event dedicated to celebrating the friendship and/or love of Itachi Uchiha and Sakura Haruno.
How do I celebrate ItaSaku month?
You can celebrate ItaSaku month however you would like, but for each day of the month, there will be a theme that you can create work for. The goal is to create one piece per week for one of the themes in that week. Of course, if you find yourself very motivated and inspired, you can create two pieces, three, or even a piece for each day of the week! You can find the themes for ItaSaku month at the end of this journal.
But I'm not an artist or writer. How do I Celebrate ItaSaku month?
If you're not an artist or writer (or a creater of things in general), consider encouraging your fellow ItaSaku fans who are artists and/or writers to create ItaSaku work for ItaSaku month. You can share this journal with non-Itachi-Sakura
members so that they are aware there is an ItaSaku month.
You can also consider being creative in other ways, such as writing a journal to describe your love for ItaSaku or write a journal to describe what you would create if you were an artist and/or writer. Be creative! There's no limit to what you can do to celebrate your love for ItaSaku!
What if I can't finish a theme in the week it is given?
You can finish your pieces whenever you want, including after ItaSaku month. The goal is to create and finish a piece for one theme each week, but that's just a goal. This is your celebration of ItaSaku, so celebrate how you want!
Where do I submit my pieces for ItaSaku month?
You can submit your pieces to the ItaSaku Month 2012
The themes are grouped by week starting on Sunday and ending on Saturday (with the exception of the first and last weeks since they're not full weeks). The themes are:Week 1:
December 1st: beginning
December 2nd: in-laws
December 3rd: pink
December 4th: happiness
December 5th: bedtime stories
December 6th: masquerade
December 7th: pudding
December 8th: vacationWeek 2:
December 9th: entertainment
December 10th: love
December 11th: lunch
December 12th: cuddling
December 13th: reading
December 14th: slumber party
December 15th: candidWeek 3:
December 16th: jewlery
December 17th: fun
December 18th: snow
December 19th: training
December 20th: coats
December 21st: knitting
December 22nd: coffeeWeek 4:
December 23rd: decorating
December 24th: playing
December 25th: Christmas
December 26th: couch
December 27th: house
December 28th: tea
December 29th: party
December 30th: twins
December 31st: end
If you have any questions about ItaSaku month, please either comment on this journal or send a note to the group. Have fun!
Thanks,The-PhischBrushes From: redheadstock & Aka-Joe
Skin By: The-Phisch