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Today we are introducing two collections - one for the boys, and one for the girls. Since I have two sons, it was an absolute necessity that I got a chance to design with our new Robots collection. It is incredibly cool!
First up is a layout I made using photos from our recent trip to the Carnegie Science Center in Pittsburgh, PA. Their robots exhibit was really fun. Click on any photo for a closer look.
I die cut some chipboard gears and embossed them in silver. I used five kinds of KFD brads to embellish this. A little turquoise crafter's wire felt like the finishing touch.
How cute is this card? I have a feeling that it will find its way to a little boy birthday party inthe near future. I used the top portion of the spacescape sheet of paper, added some pop-dotted stickers and Scrappers Spools, then topped it all off with Stardust Stickles.
The big doozie of a project for this collection is this amazing Robot clock. I started with a $3 clock from Goodwill (the price tag is still on the back!) and altered it to be out of this world! I cut a small hole in the center of the paper used on the clock face and carefully cut around one of the robots to create a place to slip the hands through. It took me several tries, but once I got it...I really loved it!! Lots more KFD embellishments and Stickles were added to finish things up. My son has already laid claim to this project for his bedroom. I love that I can make my kids happy with crafting!
Thanks for stopping by to see my Robot collection projects. For more of these and some from the new Shopping Diva collection, visit all our designer blogs for more inspiration. Be sure to leave a comment on any post where you love the collection - you will be entered to win that prize pack. Good luck!