When I first got this job, I was so nervous, but now I’m like, ‘I can do this, I’m just going to have to put my head down and do it’

A painter, designer and designer is being asked to paint a mural on the wall of a local business in Sydney’s CBD.

A mural painted by the talented artist and designer, Sarah McElroy, was featured in a Melbourne advertising campaign for a new local business called Strawberry House.

The ad, which will be aired on ABC2’s Sunrise, features the words ‘Strawberry House’, a restaurant in the CBD.

The mural, which includes images of strawberry jam, is being painted on the side of the building.

Ms McElry told ABC Radio Melbourne that the painting was a challenge but that she’s now a believer.

“I don’t think there’s anything wrong with the painting, it’s just a bit of an art project, so I’m quite pleased that I’ve got this opportunity to paint this mural and it’s going to be really cool,” she said.

“To paint it on the front of a building that’s a local landmark is very special, especially to be able to paint something like that.”

The only thing that’s really bad about it is that it’s been painted on top of the front door and it looks like someone’s been trying to get the mural painted on there for a long time, so we’ve got a really tough job ahead of us.

“Mural on the other side of door, strawberry jamIn a statement to ABC News, Strawberry House said it would be “happy to provide you with any support you need”.”

We are extremely appreciative of your support and our customers, which is why we would be happy to provide any support and assistance you need,” it said.

The local business owner said he had asked Ms McElley to paint the mural on a wall of his shop.”

Ms McErloy said the mural was inspired by her love of the strawberry jam.””

We’re going to do it again and it’ll be a big hit.”

Ms McErloy said the mural was inspired by her love of the strawberry jam.

“You know the kind of love I have for it, so if it’s something I want to share with my friends, I’ll share it with them,” she explained.

“And I want my kids to know it too, so it’s all about the love, it can’t be any other way.”

Ms Smith said she wanted to raise awareness of the job and help other local artists.

“We all love strawberries, so why can’t we all have a little bit of a laugh,” she added.

“Strawberries are the most beautiful fruit, and you know you’ve just got to take a bite and it just makes you feel good.”

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