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Not in the Moooood

Hi Everyone,

I got inspired by a T-shirt I saw on Pinterest and I immediately thought of Cecil the Cow from Stampotique. I figured it would make a fun card.

Cecil is super cool - he also has a couple of "brothers and sisters" - you can see them HERE

Not In The Mood

I stamped Cecil, colored him and sprinkled Brushos around him, after I masked him to prevent the Brushos to take over.  Spritzed with water and let it dry. Stamped the alpha stamps onto strips of paper and added them to the dried card. 

One strip of striped PP on the left and a black stripe on the right, to balance things out.

What are you in the moooood for?

Happy Stamping!

Linking up with:
Crafting with an Attitude - anything goes
A bit more Time to Craft -  anything goes
Crafty animals -  anything goes
Simply Papercraft - anything goes

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conil said…
Aaah, inspiration is where you find it and, girl, you really found it. Like your rendition of the cow so much more than the one on the shirt. He's gorgous with all that amazing color and those great letters for the sentiment.
Mac Mable said…
Fun indeed, great image and such a fun sentiment x
papierelle said…
Ich schmeiƟ' mich gerade weg vor Lachen!!!! Genial gemacht!!
How fun! Great take on the T-shirt idea.
Anita in France said…
Hahahahaha ... I'm in the moooood for laughing out loud, Cornelia! Cecil is brilliant ... such fabulous detail in the colouring ... and such a great sentiment ... love the humour! Hugs, Anita :)

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