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Sketchabilities has revealed its latest sketch, #59, and it’s a great one! Be sure to head over to the site to grab the sketch, then create something and link it up! :)

Here’s my Design Team layout inspired by the sketch.


Artist-decorated cows were displayed all around the streets of Austin.

CowParade is the largest and most recognized public art event in the world. These exhibits, held in 75 cities in 30 countries to date, have produced more than 5,000 cow canvases by local artists. The exhibits have been viewed by upwards of a half billion people.

And from July through October CowParade came to Austin!

CowParade Austin included 74 sculptures. Matt and I wanted to be sure to partake of this public art display, so we took a few hours one Saturday in October to see as many of them as we could. We walked up and down Congress Avenue and photographed these big bovine beauties. There were many that we didn’t get to see in person, but the ones we did see were beautiful and clever!

Just this weekend the sculptures were auctioned, raising $1.49 million for The Superhero Kids Endowment at the Dell Children’s Medical Center of Central Texas!

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  1. Michelle Wedertz says:

    Love all the pics of the cows! And the colors you used for your lo are great :-).

  2. I love your LO, the cows, and all the colours!

  3. Great layout!

  4. I love this!!!

  5. This page was educational for me b/c I had never heard of the CowParade! It looks very interesting & artistic…I liked your choice of bright colors to go along with the artsy photos of the cows…

  6. So cute!!
    CowParade!?I’d never heard!!What a funny event!!

  7. Love your interpretation of the sketch—the simple shapes are great and I love the stitching!

  8. I so loved this the moment I saw it on the blog :)

  9. you have done a great job !

  10. Love this! Love the stitching too :)

  11. Interesting layout!

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