A bit of alliteration in the posting title there...LOL, but have to wait for Miss Muu Muu--am showing the card front first...
I've just finished this card. I've made a gate fold card--haven't created one for quite a while now.
The windows were made using the PoppyStamps Small Madison Window die. For the ornamental design above the windows, I used a Spellbinder Fancy Tag Three die which I cut in half.
LOL, I've been surfing the internet looking for pictures of cows to get an idea of how to colour the image. I like the look of a heifer cow so that's how I've coloured Little Miss Muu Muu.
The background scenery is the Barbed Wire Fence image which I've stamped twice after masking the cow image first. The sentiments are computer generated.
The stamps for all the images I've used are from Magnolia's Summer Memories Collection 2012. They are all available from Magnolia-licious on-line store. Diana is also giving a 12% discount and you will also be earning a 2% Store Credit to be applied on future purchases. How cool is that!
Beside the window die I used here and other PoppyStamps dies, she also carries Memory Box and Magnolia Doohickey cutting dies. Check them out!
Challenges I am entering with this card:
Creatalicious Challenge #35 - Anything Goes
Simply Magnolia - Garden Blooms
Stamptacular Sunday Challenge #168 - Fabulous Folds
Crafts and Me Challenge #89- Anything Goes
Divas By Design Challenge #40 - To "die" for
Tuesday Throwdown Challenge #103 - Window Cards
Craft Your Passion Challenge #115 - Flips & Folds
That's all for now. Thanks for taking the time to drop by. I always appreciate you visit and your comments. Enjoy your day!
Materials and Tools Used:
DP's: from Recollections Graceful paper pad; from me&my BIG ideas paper pad
Dies: PoppyStamps Small Madison Window and Honeysuckle Vine; Spellbinders Fancy Tags Three and Posy Patch
Punches: EK Success medium and small Retro Flower; Nellie Snellen Extra Large Leaf and Jumbo Rose Leaves; Martha Stewart Grass Edge and 3-in-1 Hydrangea; Michaels mini star
Miscellaneous: Tim Holtz distress ink stamp pad Frayed Burlap and Victorian Velvet; pearls and acetate sheet from my stash