Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Numbers for Make A Moo or Two!

Yeah! for new things......collage background paper element from Katie Pertiet nice Irish gal!
Gorgeous new rubber stamps from Stampin Up! Email me for more info to discover all the wonderful papers, creative elements and rubber stamps!

14 comments:

Stempelchaotin said...

Wow they are so wonderful. Gorgeous moos.

herminesplace said...

Both are gorgeous.

Annes Art said...

Wowwwwwwwww , these are beautiful!!

dutchstamptramp said...

They are absolutely gorgeous again! Nice subtile colours and great layout.

Debbie said...

Gabrielle - these are absolutely adorable.

My Time To Craft Challenge said...

Great work Gabrielle!

Lineke said...

Birds at moo's very beautiful!

hilmof said...

Stunning - you have been busy

barnie said...

How beautiful, love how you've put the crown on the bird.

Heather Robinson said...

Oh how gentle and serene. Saw my first robin this morning and even verbally welcomed him back. He does indeed deserve a crown.

Melissa @ The Inspired Room said...

Those are so gorgeous!

Melissa

JACKIE M said...

Gabrielle I have been looking in on your Blog recently and love all your work , I have left you an AWARD over on my Blog.

Carole said...

Beautiful. I have yet to become involved in moo's.

BumbleVee said...

found your blog through the one heart logo...

now I'm enjoying a look at your Moos... love the birdie...

My Mom and I tossed a lot of bottles into the ocean off the coast near Oak Bay on Vancouver Island in '98.... always hoping perhaps somebody might find one...

Art in 2008 & The 'Moo' Card

While out walking this afternoon I found the creative ideas flowing....at times this seems rather futile and when it comes, it is a joy indeed. I made a random discovery a few weeks ago of a cute little bit of a card - called a Moo card. Off I went (Google search and others) to find out where this concept originated. At first I surmised that it must be a German word for wee, cute, small, etc...nope! Turns out a printing company from England coined the phrase, giggle. Perhaps this isn't as poetic as my initial idea...but then I started to think about it....deeper!

When I think of art, now in 2008, it is and has become something terrifically different than even just fifteen years ago. Suddenly, this magnificent communication tool (the pc) has become the most powerful art influence; I'm sure any of the greatest art students, teachers and patrons would agree.When I went searching for information about the 'Moo' cards I discovered the following: They are comprised of just about any medium you can get into the size, likely printed or handmade in some way. They measure 1.1" x 2.8" in length or 2.8cm x 7 cm in height.I have created this place for those of you that find themselves in possession of one of my 'moo' cards.....my wish is that you find that the art makes you feel something, good or bad, but that you feel for a moment special, connected and curious....just like those of us who have wondered about messages placed in bottles to travel the sea. I send my little images of art through hands and hope it connects one day to someone whom it makes a difference for.

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Message_in_a_bottle

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My First Moo Card