No, I didn’t put that on all wonky. I cut the houndstooth patterned paper at an angle. (That means it’s wonky ON PURPOSE. 😀 LOL!)
When this cartridge came out I had to have it RIGHT AWAY!! That was me being crazy, because I haven’t used it to make a robot until now. When will I learn? (Uh…never.) This is a cute cart, but I’ve found I don’t have a lot of need to make robots. Weird. Who knew? LOL. I did use the font to make my nephew a word book. I was just thinking … maybe I should make a little 3D robot army. This cart has a 3D selection of robots. Maybe I could train them to clean the house and bring me stuff. Like lunch…and … more Cricut cartridges. 😀
In this awe inspiring photo…I welded some gears together. 😛 There are some gears on the Robotz cart, but they are suprisingly hard to find. Isn’t that weird? I figured I’d find different shaped gears on every page. That would be a “no”. I found these on page 57 and only 2 out of that bunch were welded. What up, Provo Craft? Anyway, I welded them with my Gypsy. I had plans for a more involved card, but…plans are made to be creatively adjusted? crushed? bent? broken? nah, that’s not it … well, you get the point.
Yes, I own paper that is called Joy Ride.
I LOVE that white ink from Stampin’ Up. It doesn’t dry fast though. The numbers paper is from Cosmo Cricut Cricket (gosh, I almost forgot how to spell cricket, LOL!). I love using those Honeybee scissors. They are so sharp and do a great a job! You NEED a Zig 2 Way Glue pen…well, not really, but I do use them all the time. They’re really helpful! The ribbon is from PaperTreyInk.com. The card sentiment is from Stampin’ Up “Think Happy Thoughts” stamp set.
I am now thinking that my artistic decision to make the houndstooth paper sloped just looks like I can’t line anything up. Oh well, live and learn!
Now I can say, I’ve made a robot with my cartridge. Time to move on to finishing a Mother’s Day card…fast! 😀