I never saw a purple cow.
I never hope to see one.
But I can tell you anyhow
I'd rather see than be one.
I used to love this poem and even had a little purple cow statue. Or maybe I loved the poem because I loved that purple cow. No matter, it inspired me to make this card using cows instead of flamingos.
I cut the cows from Create a Critter and stamped their faces with a Peachy Keen stamp. Unfortunately the photo doesn't show the winking face on the purple cow. If I had it to do over, I would use a lighter purple. I printed the sentiment on the computer and inked the grass with Peeled Paint Distress Ink.
I also got a chance to do another card for my homework for the Summer Camp 2 online class. This is my 10 Minute Challenge.
I cut the banners from the My Craft Spot banner dies in various polka dot papers. The white panel is cut 5 1/2 by 3 3/4 and mounted on foam tape to a gold paper. The sentiment is from PTI's Birthday Bash stamped in Memento Tuxedo Black. I used a Zig pen to add the line and swirls carrying the banners. 10 minutes on the dot! It would have been a little quicker but I dropped my Cuttlebug plates and had trouble getting the paper off the foam tape.
I am also entering this card in challenge at CAS-ual Friday.
I'm glad you stopped by today. Please leave a comment so I know you were here and have yourself a wonderful day.
You're purple cow card and idea are adorable, Bobby! Ready? Udderly adorable, in fact!! Good job on your homework!! I've still not even started because I have real homework from work. Bad timing, but I'll get to summer camp eventually ...ReplyDelete
Love that Poem!...you do have a typo in the poem...hope you don't mind me saying so! Your card made me smile, so cute! Thanks for your visits...I so appreciate it Bobby! and yes....my cutting does have a lot to be desired too...you should see how many flowers made the trash can!ReplyDelete
Thanks, Nancy. I'm usually the one who sees all the typos in everything but this one I read at least 3 times and missed it. It's corrected now.Delete
Love the purple cow - (isn't that a cocktail? I wouldn't know, being a Salvation Army girl, myself! lol!) Great, creative take on this week's Muse - thanks for playing along!ReplyDelete
What fabulous cards, love those fun cows they are absolutely adorable!ReplyDelete
Great cards! How fun that you used the poem as an inspiration. It really does work perfectly with the challenge. What a perfect sentiment too! And your banner card is fantastic! The polka-dot paper is a fabulous choice! Good for you doing it all in 10 minutes too.ReplyDelete
Wonderful source of inspiration ... thanks so much for sharing the poem. And your dotted banners have the perfect amount of party spirit! So glad you joined the CAS-ual Fridays Challenge, Bobby!ReplyDelete