Monday, March 31, 2008

Discovering Moo Cards


Where have I been and when did Moo Cards appear? I kept reading about them and found that the handmade ones are a take on the printed ones sold by flickr.com. So, here's three that I did today in preparation for a swap. They're very addicting. I can see how they would look really good on the front of a small gift card, too.

Now I'm wondering what else am I missing?

5 comments:

Michelle W said...

Okay I give up I will have to sign up now. LOL This is not fair!

Dianne Adams said...

All is fair! Glad you are signing up. You know you won't regret it..LOL!

Pam Seavers said...

I'm not quite sure what a moo card is, but these are darling.

Pam Seavers said...

I'm not sure what a moo card is , but these are darling.

Dianne Adams said...

Pam,
Go to flickr.com and see the ones that can be purchased. The handmade ones are just take offs of the flickr ones from what I understand. Some great samples can be seen at http://makeamooortwo.wordpress.com/. Also, google moo cards and you can find more details. They're also referred to as Extreme Inchies...if I'm remembering correctly.