Wednesday, June 12, 2019

Over the Moon - Cow Card

I am udderly thrilled to share my card from the new Over the Moon stamp set.
These adorable cow images caught my eye right away when we received our new 2019-2020 catalog.
My card is:
9 1/2" X 4 1/4" Basic Black card stock - scored at 4"
3 3/4" X 3 3/4" - Cow prints stamped on Whisper White
3 1/4" X 3 3/4" Whisper White on inside of card for sentiment
2" X 3 3/4" Check DSP - for the right side 
3 1/2" Scalloped oval - in Basic Black card stock
3 1/4" Stitched oval - in Whisper White with stamped image

I immediate thought we needed some cow print paper, then when I saw several people on Pinterest do this cow print paper I knew what I wanted to do with this stamp. I don't know who did it first to give credit, but they used the Love What You Do stamp set to make the black ink spots.
I just randomly stamped those two little ink blobs on Whisper White cardstock to make my own cow print paper.  Unfortunately the black check paper is retired DSP from the Botanical Butterfly DSP pack.   But you could easily make a black check with the Buffalo Check background stamp found on page 156, the check will be a bit larger.

I used Stampin' Blends to color in my cow and grass.
I placed the bow with a glue dot as I did - to help keep the card flap closed, tucking it under the bow tails.

I hope you enjoyed my version of Over the Moon!  


If you don't already have a Stampin' Up Independent Demonstrator that you work with - I would love to be your coach!  You can shop 24/7 by clicking the little store front  on my side bar.  Please use the hostess code that is posted at the top of the side bar.  If you spend more than $35.00 before shipping and tax - I will send you a 6X6 inch sample selection of some of the new Designer Series Papers, including Mosaic Mood and Perennial  Essence when you use my hostess code.  I will be happy to include the New 2019-20 Creativity is Calling Catalog. 

Ann @ Corner of Plaid and Paisley
Ann @ Corner of Plaid and Paisley

In the past few years my interests have grown from fabric to paper and now to dishes too! I just love prints, polkadots, plaids and paisleys- hence the blog name.


  1. Love this idea!! Thank you for sharing! Shannon ❤️