Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Chick-fil-A Cow repurpose

The last few months have been kind of crazy (hence the absence of posting here). Mostly its just been dealing with sick kids: colds, hand-foot-mouth (which I also had the pleasure of getting), and most recently a nearly week long bout with a stomach bug. I'm hoping that with the warmer weather here we'll experience less sick days and more fun.

Playing both mommy and nurse to my twinners hasn't left much time to get any projects done. I've been itching to do something creative lately, but I knew it had to be simple and quick. Enter the ugly Chick-fil-a cows. This is possibly the lamest craft project ever, but it was fun.

So we got 2 little free Chick-fil-a cows at a 5k I ran a few months back. I held on to them even though I'm not a super fan of toys that double as free advertising. I was on the verge of just tossing them, but I thought I might be able to salvage them  by removing the sign. No go. The front sign came off, but the back sign wasn't removable.

So instead I decided to turn them into super hero cows. It was super simple to do with a little hot glue and left over felt from another project. They are now sporting the boys' initial on the front and I turned the sign in the back into a cape.


I don't know how much use they'll get by the boys, but it was nice to put a toe (like a pinky  toe) back into the creative world.


  1. Dear Katy. Your pictures are not working. Love, Tianna

  2. This is super creative! And hilarious!


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