Monday, July 4, 2011

Farm Raised


It has been awhile since I have able to join the fun at Cooking With Cricut and I am happy to participate in this week's challenge. In honor of June being National Dairy month, Challenge #40 is to create a project with a cow on it or a project with black and white and a small amount of a third color if you do not have a cow. I live in the country and I chose to make a little country scene for my cow!
The card was cut from blue cardstock and measures 5 x 6 1/2". White fleck paper is cut 4 3/4" x 6 1/4".
Cricut cartridges:
Nate's ABCs - Page 64 -Farm cut 4.50" and Clouds cut 1.25"; Page 63- Grass cut 1.75"
Country Life - Page 45 - Cow cut 1.25"; Page 32 - Farm Raised cut 1.50"
Cuttlebug Folder: Distressed stripes - Barn
I used lots of inking and pop-dotted the cow.

Hope you enjoy!

10 comments:

  1. This is really cute! I love the scene you created and how you did the clouds. I'm going to have to add Nate's ABCs to my wish list!

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  2. How cute! Love how you filled in the whole scene--looks great.--Pat N.

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  3. Love the farm scene. I think your card is fabulous!

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  4. this is so cute Glenda, home sweet home for me!!
    we had twins in the barn tonight and I pulled one myself, good thing it was small!
    have a good evening,
    Carol<><

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  5. Awesome card, Glenda! I love your pastoral scene - the windmill is wonderful. Thanks so much for linking up to Cooking With Cricut this week!

    ~ Jen, CWC Design Team
    www.gator-4-life.blogspot.com

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  6. I am happy you are back Glenda. I love your work:) This is such an awesome farm scene. I live in the country too and I love this:) Cows are my neighbors!! TFS and thanks for joining us this week at Cooking With Cricut.
    ~Madison CWCDT funkycards.blogspot.com

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  7. Great card. Love all of the details. Thanks for playing along with us at Cooking with Cricut.

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  8. You created a beautiful scene!! Great card! Thanks for playing with us at Cooking with Cricut :)

    ~Roberta, CWC Design Team
    www.txscrappermom.blogspot.com

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  9. Glenda, I love the country theme! Wonderful job on it!

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