Falling wasn’t an issue but coming to a sudden stop was a bigger concern.
Thanks to Richard Turner for suggesting ‘temper tantrum’ for this week’s Wildcard Wednesday. Sometimes coming up with a sticker for the week is easy and other times, you just want to scrap it all. The two came together this week.
This one’s definitely heading to the glue factory.
I had a lot of fun with this week’s Wildcard Wednesday sticker. I use clear vinyl for my slaps, which meant I could paint the black hidden soldiers first, then their white outline (along with the reverse side of the Troy soldier) and the inside of the horse, before painting the exterior of the horse and Troy soldier again. When stuck onto glass, you can see both sides!
One minute you’re eating an ice cream and then the next minute, you’re eating an ice cream in the rain.
Does the scythe not give it away?
It made nipping out for milk at rush hour so much easier…
Thank you to Neil Morris for suggesting ‘above it all’ for this week’s Wildcard Wednesday. I was only looking for a dark background to slap this up on, so that the jetpack’s blast wasn’t lost, but this was a handy spot.
Starting was the hard part and it was best not to think too much about it.
Thanks to Matthew Harrison for suggesting ‘breaking the fourth wall’ for this week’s instalment of Wildcard Wednesday. If pieces painted themselves, I’d be totally fine with that.
…must show…everyone…how…cool…I am.
Thank you to Judith Hall for suggesting ‘check in’ for this week’s Wildcard Wednesday. #YOUHADTOBETHERE