Thursday, July 10, 2008

Moo-licious Flutter

It’s time for Innovative Stamp Creations Challenge #7 ISCC7.

What’s the challenge - well - they are all the rage and they are Moo-licious! Moo cards are like Artist trading cards but measure 1 1/8" x 2 3/4" .

Play along and upload your creations to your blog and/or on line gallery for a chance to WIN a FREE Art4Frames II and Tin (just like the one below) ! Super easy, use ISC stamps only on your design, then post your link in the comments section! A random name will be chosen and announced on the blog. The deadline is Sunday July 20th. Here is a link to the ISC blog to see the other creation and for me details. We can't wait to see what you come up with, play along!

My Sample - Moo-licious Flutter:

Close Up of Tin:

You can see that I used my Crop-a-dyl to put holes in the bottom to add the beads. The pull at the top is a Diet Coke tab.

First Three Moos:

Last Two Moos:

These are really fun to play with - they are larger than an inchie and smaller than an ATC. You can use all or parts of stamps and all kinds of embellishments and techniques. On these Moos I used Polished Stone, Emboss Resist, Sponging, Water coloring, Micro beads, stamping on Vellum, stamping on acetate, Cuttlebug embossing folder, cracked glass, faux shaving cream… all of that that’s on a surface a little larger than a stick of gum!

So play along for your opportunity to win!

Thanks for the visit!

Other info:
Stamps - (all Innovative Stamp Creations) Art4Frames II, Butterflies, Artsy Trinkets
Paper - (all SU) White, Choc Chip, Soft Sky Prints, acetate, cardstock vellum
Ink - VersaMark, Choc Chip, Choc Chip Craft, soft sky, groovey guava, river rock
Other - Glass Glitter beads (Darice), Crystal effects, tin, misc beads, Irish waxed linen, pop can tab, clear EB


Erika H. said...

WOW! These are gorgeous. It is always fun to learn about something new. Love your colors, the grunge look, that tin. Amazing!

Lisa Trombitas - said...

Wow - what an interesting visit I've had on your blog. Your art is so interesting and so detailed. I've never heard of Moos! Think I'm going to stay a while and soak it all in - it's so fun to stumble across something new. Thanks for visiting my blog, too!