A Robot Birthday Card for a Boy

Supplies: Canary yellow+ Orange Cardstock by Canson, All About Boys 12×12 paper by Echo Park Paper, Element Sticker 12×12 sheet – All About Boys Collection by Echo Park Paper, Vellum paper, Robots stamp set by Recollections, Jewel Tones 1/8″ Eyelets by Recollections, Black Opaque Zing embossing powder by American Crafts, Colorbox pigment ink, Watercolor Pencils by Faber-Castell, ABC Cardstock Stickers by Lily bee Designs, mini staples, cloud punch and corner chomper by We R Memory Keepers.




Hi everyone today I show you a card I made for the (Inter)National Scrapbooking Day that was on May 4th, many sites made challenges with prizes. So I decided to participate in the more challenges I can, this card I made it following Challenge #3: Your Scrappy Tool Belt at Two Peas in a Bucket.
The challenge was to put 5 tools to work on my next project. Some ideas of tools were: punches, die cutting machine, scissors, paper piercer, embossing tools, a stapler, etc.

So I choose this 5 tools:

- I used a cloud punch to made the border in the orange cardstock.
– The heat tool to embossed the robot.
– I fuzzy cut the robot with scissor.
– Use the Big Bite II for the eyelets.
– Corner chomper
– And finally use mini staples.

I love the idea of robots and that echo park paper that have nuts and metal pieces, a perfect card for a little boy.

Andrea Garland

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4 Responses to “A Robot Birthday Card for a Boy”

  1. Agus Yornet says:

    Esta hermosa!! Me encanta como combinaste el robotito con el papel de mecanos :D

    • Gracias Agus, si me parece que va bien, esa colección de niño está linda, ya que siempre se me hace difícil hacer tarjetas para hombres o niños. De mujer/niña es super fácil.

  2. Me encanta! Está super cute

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