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TRENDING TUESDAY ~ MOO ART

Welcome to Trending Tuesday!
 
During the month or April the AlteredPages Design Team has partnered with Unruly PaperArts.  The themes for the Unruly PaperArts  Readers Art Quest is Tea Cups and Tiaras!  Christine Hatchell a contributing author/artist  wrote about "MOO"-nificent Layouts.  This month for Trending Tuesday our team has combined the two themes... BELOW is what our team would like to share with you.  Please take time to visit each artist blog to learn more about their projects!
 
Also Stephanie is the Guest Artist at Unruly PaperArts this month.  Check out her interview HERE
 
 
 
Barbara created an Inspiration piece for Reader Art Quests on Unruly PaperArts HERE!
 
Robin also created an Inspiration piece for Reader Art Quests on Unruly PaperArts HERE!

 
 
See how the TRI-MOOS create a full collage!
 
Please send some time at Unruly PaperArts after visiting the artists above!
 


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  1. Wonderful job everyone! Such a lovely eclectic mix!

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  2. Everybody did a terrific job! Love them all...very clever!

    What, exactly, does MOO stand for? The closest I could come up with was "Move Over, Opie"

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    1. Tristan, I think I saw somewhere (can I find it now? Nooooo, of course!) that it stands for Minimally Optimized Object or along those lines.

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  3. Some fabulous art! So much colour and vitality! Many thanks for sharing! Julie Ann xxx

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  4. How fun are THESE??? Love all the different styles, mooooooooooooooooo!!!!!

    :)

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  5. What a fabulous assortment of Moos! Love them all!

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  6. WOW! I am so honored to be part of this group. Each take is so fun, creative and even a little smarty farty thrown in there. Such fun projects.

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