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Lots of Bots…gotta love them! August 25, 2009

I do love the images from Stampin’ Up!’s Lots of Bots stamp set.  I think they are just too cute.   They look like they are from the movie Robots (just one of many favorite kid movies). 

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Lovin’ the face of this robot, but not wanting him to have an icepack on his head, I changed him up a bit so I could give this handmade greeting as a “hello human card” and not a “get well soon card”. 

To create my sentiment, i used the “hello” from Hello Again stamp set, and “human” from Lots of Bots stamp set.  The striped paper is from Storybook Specialty Designer Series Paper.

This is a rather small greeting that measures in at 4″.  But the image is rather small so it works out nicely.   I used watercolor paper, Stazon ink, and Going Gray Classic Stampin’ Pad with an Aqua Painter for the main image.  I used Masking Tape to the icepack on the robots head for omitting.  Used Stamp-a-ma-jig Tool to properly place the “nuts and bolts” piece to his forehead. 

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Hope you enjoy this little robot as well:)  He’s irresistable! 

 

ALL SUPPLIES STAMPIN’ UP!

Lots of Bots set (115293), and Hello Again set (113780); Storybook Specialty Designer Series Paper (115679); Watercolor Paper(105019); Brocade Blue cs (101166), Ruby Red cs (102030), and Textured Crushed Curry cs (115719); Stazon Jet Black ink (101406); Ruby Red ink (102259), Going Gray ink (103274), and Brocade Blue ink (101102); Antique Brass Jumbo Eyelets (108431); Vintage Brads Assortment (109109); Certainly Celery 1/4″ Grosgrain Ribbon (109031); Small Oval Punch(107304); Large Oval Punch (107305); Crop-A-Dile (108362); 3/4″ Circle Punch (107217); Stamp-a-ma-jig Tool (101049); Aqua Painter (103954); Stampin’ Dimensionals (104430); Masking Tape.

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Thanks for stopping by.  Have a wonderful day!

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7 Responses to “Lots of Bots…gotta love them!”

  1. Fran Says:

    He is so cute! I love the “nut” on his head! Very, very clever (and you are always very, very clever!)

  2. oh I like him this way so much better! you are quite the clever one! cute card! 🙂

  3. Stephanie L Says:

    I love this. I really love the detail of your punching where the brad and the eyelet are placed. Such a wonderful leiitle detail that makes a stunning difference.

  4. Julie Says:

    What a great idea to swap a nut for the icepack! Love that cute robot and what a great card. Fun layout!

  5. Anthonette Says:

    I love how you switched out the icepack…genius! I have to try that. These images also remind me of the “Robots” movie.

  6. Irresistable indeed~ fabulous robot!! Your work is inspiring!!

  7. Debbie Olson Says:

    This is darling, MJ–perfect coloring, perfect everything!


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