Thursday, July 14, 2016

Hay there

 CCEE Stampers Challenge for this week.......
Joanne says "Tomorrow is National Cow Appreciation Day.
  Let’s create a card with a cow or two on it.
  If you happen not to have cow images, then use another
‘farm’ animal.  Please add a fun sentiment OR make it as a get well card."

Today I have made a pop up card featuring Brownie the cow and the fence pop stand  and hay there pop stand dies, designed by Karen Burniston for Elizabeth Craft Designs.

On the front I have made the barn  and the fence inside were out of the through the lens designer paper - Wood and the pebble path is made with the through the lens designer paper - stone

Here is a close up of Bronwie she looks so cute peering over the fence.

Elizabeth Craft Designs
through the lens wood
All Seasons tree
Barn Pop Stand
Fence pop stand
Hay pop stand
Fawn Lawn clear stamps

Don't forget to check out the CCEE Stampers blog to see the rest of the creations the CCEE Stampers created this week. You can also see more details of their creations on their individual blogs.
Anne Harmon
Joanne Grzelak
Liz Williams
Lois Bak
Lynn McAuley
Frances Byrne



  1. What a wonderfully adorable card!!!

  2. What a great design...what a great inside!!!!

  3. I am pinning the Best of Show ribbon on this fabulous cow in the barn design, Maryanne! What a delightful surprise awaits the person who opens up this remarkable card!!

  4. I love your barn and that fab inside of the cow. The path leads right up to her.......for patting her nose!!

  5. How fun! Love your popped-up cow.

  6. Very cute card. You did an awesome job with the construction so you can't see Brownie till you open the card. Really???is there a national cow appreciation day??? Wild idea! I raise bunnies. Is there a national Bunny Day? Back to seeing more of your work.

  7. Love your surprise that is inside the barn! What an adorable card.

  8. took me a bit to take iin all the details on this card....fabulous work....truly

  9. fabulous card Maryann, glad you got to play with some of the farm dies :)