Cute Cow Thank You Card for PP457

Are you in the “mooed” for a cute cow thank you card?  It’s Sunday, and time to play with The Paper Players!

cute cow thank you cardThis week, the creative LeAnne has a theme challenge for us:  Down on the Farm – use farm animals, barns, country images.

cute ow thank you card Since I always need thank you cards, I created this cute cow thank you card.  Isn’t he adorable, with his flower in hand and red galoshes? And just think how versatile this layout is!  By switching out the sentiment, you can design birthday cards, friendship cards, hello cards and more.  I hope you enjoy today’s creation.

Colors of the Day
cute cow thank you cardThe Stampin’ Schach Design Tips

This cheerful fella was a breeze to color with Stampin’ Blends.  The image was stamped in Tuxedo Black Memento Ink, and the colored using the following Stampin’ Blends: Cow – Light and Dark Crumb Cake; Boots – Light Cherry Cobbler; Nose, Inside of Ears, Horn – Light and Dark Petal Pink; Flower – Dark Cajun Craze, Dark Old Olive, Dark Mango Melody.  Shimmery Crystal Effects were added to the rain boots to make them shine. After the Crystal Effects were dry,  the image was die cut using a Stitched Shapes Oval, and the adhered to the card base with dimensionals.

cute cow thank you cardThe Crumb Cake and Cherry Cobbler color scheme adds to the country vibe, as does the gingham paper and burlap ribbon.

cute cow thank you cardDownload the tutorial! If you would like the complete details on how to create this cute cow than you card, just click on the tutorial button below to print off the instructions.  For more step-by-step tutorials, don’t forget to visit my 2019 PDF Tutorial Gallery!

For more inspiration, please be sure to visit The Paper Player team members.

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11 Comments

  1. Ann, if there is anyone who could create a classy and chic cow card, it’s you. This is FABULOUS in every way! Awesome color combo and your shading is gorgeous. Hugs!

  2. Oh Ann, this is just fabulous! I love the adorable cow in her red boots. The gingham and burlap are just perfect and the color combo is amazing! Every thing about this card is Moo Va Lous! Have a great weekend, My Friend! XXX

  3. She is just delightful (it’s gotta be a she, with shiny red boots!!) and I love your color palette! Warm and homey with all the gingham and burlap too!

  4. Love that cute cow! He/she made me smile. Such a great color combination!

  5. VERY cute!! Love that sweet cow and all the gingham!!

  6. I am always in the moo’d for a cute cow card Ann and yours is no exception – udderly fabulous!! Your colouring is beautiful and the shiny boots are just great and the gingham check papers make for a perfect country-farm feel. An awesome card!

  7. So udderly cute!! 🙂 Am loving all the fun farm cards in the gallery!

  8. Love the two patterns of paper together and your adorable cow! You made this feel so fall!

  9. What a sweet card. I love the way that you blended the colors and added the burlap ribbon.

  10. This card is so adorable! I love it! It is moorvelous! Thank you for sharing!

  11. How darling is this card! Love the glistening boots too. How beautifully the two checks go together especially when the cajun craze is cut on the bias. Great job Ann!

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