Well, I had dropped in here to see what the new theme was and to post my very very late Robot Moos …. I am so sad to see that there was so little participation in the last challenge! I know that work has make my life crazy and I have been unable to do any crafting. Perhaps spring breaks are interfereing with others’ participation??!! Hopefully. I will be watching for the next theme!
In the meantime, here is the link to my Robot Moos.
I hadn’t realised you were back up and running! I love creating these Moos and was gutted when you stopped back in 2009. Please keep setting more themes, I will definitely keep checking back now and will participate in the next link.
Moo’s are definitely fantastic for using up all those odds and ends, and working on a miniature scale is great, as so much craft work is expected to be bigger. I agree that it should be kept as a craft based piece and not digital.
Though I know a lot of artists have gone digital (and I’ve done some myself – it is lots of fun), it would be nice if this challenge remained digital free, only because the whole idea is to work within the required canvas size (and to use those little bits and scraps of paper we’ve all accumulated)!
no more challenges
“Make a Moo or two”
Each Friday a new theme will be set for the Make-a-Moo challenge. You can make one or two pieces to show here at this blog (feel free to make more if you wish). Participating with one is fine too!
What’s a Moo?
A Moo is a little card sized 2.8 x 7 centimeters, or approximately 1.1 x 2.8 inches. Beside this fixed size it is what you make of it! Choose whatever materials and techniques you like and show us how you worked within the theme.
How to participate
Make one or more Moos matching the current theme. Post them on your blog, flickr- or other photosharing site. Copy the direct link to your post, then leave a comment on this blog with a link to your Moos.