Moo and Virii

My Moo cards

Moo cards

I have been busy with various things over the last few days so I thought I’d post a few odd photos I have around.  These are my Moo cards with some of my work on them.  If you haven’t seen Moo cards, they are tiny – about 2 inches by 1 inch, and very sweet!  You can have as many images as you like printed on them and they link to Flickr.    I’ve been involved in a promo swap with various members of the Ecoetsy Street Team that I am on, so I’ve been busy sticking labels on the back with my Etsy shop address.   Being a shy shrinking violet and not used to promoting myself, I also left them around surrepticiously in a few cafes in Pontypridd on Saturday.     Someone has actually organised a sort of Moo card treasure hunt where a box is left in a particular position (in a park or somewhere) and pinpointed on a blog.  You can go and take a few and leave a few of your own for other people to find.  I read about it a few months ago but can’t find the link again.  If I find it I’ll update this post.  It sounds quite fun!  Moo are actually having an Easter egg hunt at the moment with cryptic clues on their blog – the eggs are hidden online and in real life as well.  With real prizes!

Today I’ve been busy trying to sort out a very slippery virus my kids managed to acquire on the laptop.  Not the laptop I use, thankfully.  Despite running AVG and Spybot and AdAware it is still there.  And clearing System Restore in case it was in an old restore point.  All the while the mains lead kept cutting out and running down the battery halfway through running AVG etc…. grr… I’ve handed it back to them to sort out now…  but any ideas would be gratefully received!

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3 Responses to Moo and Virii

  1. Dayna March 12, 2008 at 9:50 pm #

    Love your Moo cards Liz! Good Luck with the virus. They can be buggers to get rid of!

  2. ZudaGay March 13, 2008 at 9:55 pm #

    Liz, I love your MOO cards!!! So cool!

  3. Michele March 14, 2008 at 6:52 pm #

    Liz, great cards! I love my Moo cards and fondle them frequently and pass them out; I’m just so fascinated by the idea that I can have my photos and artwork printed on my own cards (yes, I get excited by the simplest things :-))!