Did you guys have fun yesterday? WE SURE DID!!!! We wore Star Wars gear and ate Star Wars food all day!
I have been following Jessica at @thepieous (of Pies are Awesome) on Instagram for a while now. As you guys probably have figured out, I am big fan of “food art” and it is with joy that I watch her weekly pie creations.
In honor of the Rogue One opening she made a series of Star Wars pies for Wholesale Party Supplies that are, well, out of this world.
We have been so busy focusing on Rogue One (pixel patterns and LEGO sets) that I almost forgot to share the M4P exclusive Snowflake Patterns I promised to post before Christmas.
So each day for the rest of this week we will share a new downloadable Star Wars Snowflake pattern. ENJOY!
The hubby said it couldn’t be done. So of course I took that as a challenge: the two of us WERE going to be Imperial Guards for the May the Fourth be with You Party!
I immediately got stuck on the helmet. But refusing to admit that my husband was right (and not wanting to pay for $600 for 2 “real” helmets) I was determined to make them from scratch.
This Pixel Monday post is a follow-up on last week’s post and pattern of Darth Vader: today we have Vader’s TIE Advanced (TIE Fighter). I always though it was very interesting that Vader did not simply stay in the safety of the Death Star or his Imperial Star Destroyer. He got right in the action. I love how different that makes him from Kylo Ren.
Darth Vader is the greatest, and most influential villain in any movie ever made. I am usually not one for hyperbole, but really, I don’t think there is much to argue with here. Even if you don’t like Star Wars, or you don’t particularly LIKE Vader, you have to respect the character for what he is: Our Greatest Hopes and Greatest Fears all wrapped into one.