So many people love Star-Crossed and were upset to see it cancelled. But it's sadder to never see it again due to the country we live in. Fans over the world would love a DVD and episodes on iTunes released worldwide so we can remember this wonderful show and own these episodes forever!
iTunes, The CW Network & CBS TV Studios: Release Star-Crossed Season One DVD and Episodes, Worldwide!
Banners are a great way to get a lot of people’s attention around your town.
If other Stargazers are in your area, that is great! You can get together and figure out what you need, what you have, and how to make up the difference. Organize a banner painting session in your garage, a public, community or school art space.
Sheets or other cloth-like materials work great, as they will withstand the elements but are not required. You can also use paper or other materials as you deem fit.
Take the sheet of fabric or paper you wish to use as your banner and lay it on a flat surface.
Using your markers or paint, stencil or freehand your message in big bold letters. Keep your message short and sweet, always including #StarCrossed.
Some examples might be:
You can find sheets from: thrift stores, bedding shops, or art supply stores. Be creative and resourceful, you would be amazed by the options available. You can get cheap paints at local hardware stores (ask them for half-used cans), and some towns have a paint-exchange or a paint-shed at the dump. Invest in different sized paint brushes.
Locations and Times
Let’s start getting Banners hung as soon as possible. Pick a location in a heavily trafficked part of your town. If you hang it on a bridge or overpass, the best ones would be those that do not have an exit/entrance from the highway below, as they are safer for you as there’s less traffic. The best times to hang the banners are early morning, around 3-5 am. That way you will catch morning rush hour.
Please don't forget to TAKE PHOTOS of your banner and upload them to Twitter, using #SCBanner