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Make a Moo or Two – Vintage Love

I’ve ventured over to Make a Moo or Two this week for their Vintage Love challenge.

Vintage Love Moos

Vintage Love Moos

Background is a wash of walnut ink. Postcard images from Summerset Studios image CD. Collections border stamped in Brilliance Galaxy gold. L O V & E stamped in sepia ink, by Basic Grey. Various heart punches (who would have thought I had so many!?!). Found text. Cards edged in Adirondack Espresso.

These are the first Moos I’ve made this year – I had forgotten how fun they can be. I find the best approach is to use the length, as there isn’t much width!

Keep crafting,


Make a Moo or Two – Cats

This week, over at Make a Moo or Two, the theme is cats (so, I guess, it’s “Make a Meow or Two”!).  These have been done with limited resources, as I went away for the long weekend and only took a few things with me.

Make A Moo or Two Cats

Stamp set from All Night Media (I think!) with Brilliance Graphite Black ink and Faber Castel pencils.

Happy creating!


A Moo or Two – Brown, Beige and Cream

I’m getting the hang of these Moo cards! I took too long for last weeks Spots and Stripes, so I jumped straight into Brown, Beige and Cream for this weeks Make a Moo or Two challenge. This wasn’t too challenging as I do a lot of vintage pieces with these colours; the challenge was not to use a metallic (bronze or gold) with them.

Make a Moo or Two Brown

Border stamp from Collections Victorian Sheet #3. Embellishments also from Collections. Images from Art-e-zine and the flicker group (I’ll add the link when I can find it!). Ink is Espresso Adirondack and Sepia.

Happy creating,


Make A Moo or Two – Beach

This week was my first go at a challenge from the Make a Moo or Two blog. A “Moo card” is similar to an ATC but measures 28mm x 70mm – quite small. The aim of this format is to use the length rather than the width.

MakeAMoo Beach

Blue background created by me. Instructions on how I made the background can be seen here. Images from Art-e-zine. Text from my old-fashioned font set. Edged in silver Krylon pen.