|Goodbye, tiger-like experiment. I didn't even sign you!|
|I had to work way too hard to get enough material up on the corner to|
actually pull with my fingers, but I managed. I nibbled away with my X-Acto knife.
|Pull it! (The opposite of what Salt n Pepa did.)|
|One little bit almost always hangs on at the end. Jerk.|
|I then let some rubbing alcohol soak on any left over sticky residue from|
the pulled vinyl and buff it with a very special piece of cloth (a paper towel).
|New identity! I went with my most popular design because I had all the parts|
close by and some poppies already cut. Efficient!
|Ahh...That's better. It's poppy time!|
I just put clocks and frameables up at my favorite Kansas City ice cream shop, Miami Ice! It's the fourth time I've had work there, and dare I say that my clocks go PERFECTLY with sugary-sweet desserts. If you're a Kansas Citian, check it out at W 39th Street and Genessee. (They sell Lawrence's wonderful Sylas & Maddy's ice cream there!)
I'll have the poppy clock at my next show in Ottawa, Kansas, on Nov. 9th.