I was inspired by Terri's page: What's For Lunch?

Journaling Reads:
It all started with a trip to the Idaho Historical Museum. Passing through the museum’s many exhibits, we learned a lot about the state’s history and its people. . . and about its infamous two-headed cow, “Deja Moo.” In life, this little guy had a long, sad, story; but he’s risen above it all now to become the unofficial Historical Society mascot. Intrigued by the cute little cow, we took a little of Idaho home with us in a plush version of Mr. Moo. Since then, at the museum’s behest, we’ve toted him around on our travels and snapped photos of him in various locations. We send the shots back to the museum periodically where the gift shop proudly displays them in a “Deja Moo” travel photo album. Along with our little guy, his plush cousins have been everywhere from the Great Wall of China to Westminster Abbey, compliments of other past museum-goers who took the “Deja Moo Challenge” just as we did. Not bad for a two-headed little bovine from Idaho!

In this Project (all DD)!
Anna Aspnes
Dripped Stains No. 05 BrushSet
LoopDaLoop ArtStrokes No. 02 BrushSet
MonoBlendz Origins Paperie (overlaid)
StraightLine Stitched White No. 01

Jesse Edwards
Rockin Alphabet

Pattie Knox
Little Enamel Elements: Cars and Trucks (signs)

Katie Pertiet
Ad Inspiration Challenge, 11.15.09 (file tab)
Basic Twills: Plain
Classic Cardstock: Christmas
Color Inspiration Challenge, 9.15.09 (colored tabs)
Cut Ups: Springtime
Filed Layered Template No. 01 (frames, paper clip)
Going Away Collection (epoxies)
Grungy Ledger Grids Brushes and Stamps No. 02
Memorable Spots: Months
Naturally Krafty No. 01 Paper Pack (screened)
Postage Strip Words No. 01

Fonts: Pea Amy*Rica Script, Times Regular, Interstate

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