Last night, we were watching the Coronation of King Charles being livestreamed on YouTube.
And during the beginning of the ceremony…
There was this little… “skit”!
A cute little boy suddenly marched up to the king and said:
“Your Majesty, as children of the Kingdom of God, we welcome you in the name of the King of Kings!”
And King Charles replied:
“In his name… and after his example… I come not to be served, but to serve…”
And I thought that was SO cute!
The tension is the air melted somewhat. And I could see people in the audience just smiling…
Though people in the livestream chat were like:
“Who’s the kid?”
“WHOS the KID?”
“God Save The Kid!”
“Was that DISNEY music playing in the background?”
“LOLLL!!! Are YOU a KID?”
And it reminded me of a principle in art I learned from one of my Disney mentors:
“Cute Always Wins! Always!”
Sometimes when things get too tense, too elegant, too beautiful yet formal… it’s a good idea to break up the tension with… some cuteness!
It helps the viewer relax a bit.
Adds a memorable peak to the “program”.
While bringing smiles to people’s faces.
And this is what I try to do sometimes:
I know that my art is elegant, beautiful, and often formally fairytale-like. But sometimes, I like to “break up the tension” by adding something cute to my designs!
You can do it yourself.
By adding cute elements.
And cute fonts or designs of your own.
But if you’re looking for something cute that I’ve already drawn for you (really beautifully too) added to the center of the wreath (you can remove elements anytime) and that complements the wreath perfectly…
One of my favorites is my hand-drawn bunny wreath.
A lot of our fans love this.
Their family, friends and customers too.
It always brings a smile to my face.
Children of the kingdom will find it here:
Aurelia “Cuteness Overload” Nobleia