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September 22, 2010

A girls take on Robotz

Wow, I can't believe it is finally here! My very first time as a guest designer, so I am very honored to be here on TheBugBytes!!!! My name is Lisa AKA Fairydust0218 from Cuttle Fairies Express, http://cuttlefairiesexpress.blogspot.com/ .

SO the challenge was using the Robotz cartridge! Lets just say we are not very good friends, lol! I have made a unique card using this cartridge, but I want to do something a little bit different. I am so use to hearing that this cartridge is a "boys" cartridge, so I wanted to show it can be for girls to!

I decided to do a spinning girl robot on this very simple and easy card.

First I choose which robot I wanted and laid out all the layers on my Gypsy.


I then picked out my colors that I wanted and matched up the colors to my Gypsy layout.

I then put my layers of robot pieces together and embellished with a little bit of stickles.
My card is normal A2 size and the robot was cut at 3 inches. To embellish the card I did a faux white stitch around the boarder of the card. I used button stamps with versa-mark (which I only used to to make a watermark not to emboss) to make a slight background. I didn't want to take away from the focal point being the robot. I used a stampin up slot punch to make the slot in the card. (There are tons of how-to's on YouTube on how to do this type of card so I wont go into much detail) I then stamped a small stamp with white white ink to put the final touch on the card.
When you move the card from side to side the robot spins! I hope you enjoyed my creation using the Robotz card, and that you come and visit me on my blog. I would also like to thank Pam for letting me have this opportunity to design for her blog. Thanks everyone!

9 comments :

Pam aka TheBugBytes said...

Oh My goodness. Love it. Love the blong. Yep very girly!! Awesome job =D>

Sheila aka SassyLady said...

This card is adorable! How did I miss this cut? Love it and must make one or two or three!!! LOL You did great with this cutie!

Dana said...

What a great idea to make a spin card. Cute girly robot. Thanks for sharing.

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Celeste B. said...

So CUTE!!!! I love it, such a great idea! :)

CraftyGirl said...

This is soooo cute!! I love that you put the girl spin on this project!! Darling!!
Barb :)

HappyExpressions said...

Super cute! I didn't think I wanted this cart but this card tells me I need to get it. TFS!

flowerdisco said...

this is really neat and I love the purple hehe

thanks for the inspiration and hard work.

Audrey Frelx said...

Oh, my! This card is adorable!

Karen said...

What a cute and very girly card. Thanks for putting another "spin" on this cart for us!

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