But I thought that might turn some people off, so formally, it's known as "It's kind of fun to ride the super roll-y carts at IKEA."
I used the SOS sketch (love it!) over at the Paper Poppy Kit Co., and incorporated random and assorted altered alphas in keeping with their alpha challenge.
I'm a sketch-noob, but apparently, I love it and have been seriously missing out! (Maybe that's because I'm so "sketchy"! Ha! ...Stop groaning, Cliff. I know you're at work, but I can hear you all the way across town.)
And now, I am off to prepare a novel study on To Kill a Mockingbird. On a Sunday. While the sun is shining. And the birds are singing and the blue sky is taunting me through my window.
(It's a great book. But seriously - why couldn't today be rainy?)
If there was any doubt as to the source of my questionable sanity, we may have just found it, my friends.
At least "crazy" makes for good scrapping-fodder.
So, inquiring minds want to know:
- Do you use sketches? Are you a sketch-noob like me, or are you a seasoned vet?
- Have you ever ridden the super-roll-y carts at IKEA? And if so...how far do you think one could travel in an open space, if given a good push? I am interested in your hypotheses for purely scientific reasons. (Unless, of course, you have access to a super-roll-y cart and an open space. In which case, please contact me ASAP.)