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How to Make a 3D Robot using the Cricut Robotz Cartridge

In this video I create a 3D robot from the Cricut Robotz cartridge.  You’ll learn what each piece is, since it’s not explained in the booklet. You’ll see me cut, glue, score and assemble the robot.  (Some of the cutting and gluing is shortened for time.)
I hope you enjoy this video!! 😀

I’m using a red Cricut Expression.  It looks a bit like the Cake, but isn’t. 😉

I hope you have a great day!! Thanks for watching! 🙂

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9 Comments

  1. 3 D Robots are wonderful, love them. Thanks for the tutuorial it will be much easier to make. Can't thank you enough, he is adorable
  2. Thanks Joy Joy,The tutuorial is wonderful,And so helpful,Many Blessing my friend, :)
  3. Wow! I am in awe. All those itty-bitty little fiddly pieces! I would have drawn them on! The end result is SO CUTE. And the robotics teacher will love him. Thank you for the tutorial.
  4. Great video! I don't know why, but I'm so wanting this cart! It's crazy cute! Love the 3D guys. Thanks, Pam
  5. Joy this is so cute I do not have any little boys, but I am sure I can find someone who would like these Thanks, Teri Question I have been asking for 2 things for my birthday one being the Ultimate Crafter's Companion and the others being the Cuttlebug, what do you know about the Crafter's Companion would I be better off with just a cheaper one? Thanks, Teri
    1. Thanks, Teri! :) I consider the Ultimate Crafter's Companion and the Cuttlebug to be in 2 separate categories. The UCC is cool and I love that ribbon function. I haven't used it, but it certainly does a lot of things. One comparison I can make between it and the Cuttlebug is that with the Cuttlebug you're able to constantly add to your embossing choices by buying new folders, which are widely available. Also, the Cuttlebug has almost no learning curve. You can take it right out of the box and figure it out. I show it in action in this video. Here's a link to the UCC on HSN. You can read some of the reviews on it. If you just want to emboss, I suggest the Cuttlebug! :) I hope that helps you some!! ~Joy~

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