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Gear Up for a Great Birthday! | CraftyPaws

I love a good (or even not so good) pun. So when I recently picked up these adorable Robo Party stamps from Raisin Boat, I knew I was going to have fun with these new stamps.

I altered the adult robot to make a female version by masking off the thighs with tape, inking up the stamp, removing the tape, stamping, and then drawing in a simple trapezoid skirt. I also added a little bow to the antenna and eye lashes. LOL I altered the spunky little robot that seems to be jumping up for joy into a little dog (to resemble my Bandito) by adding ears, a nose with a split lip, and a tail. The little dog robot resembled my Biscuit sufficiently to just need a couple of eyelashes to illustrate she is a girl dog.

I used the following Copic colors in various greys for the metallic body parts: C1, C3, C5 for the girl robot; N0, N3 and N5 for the boy dog; and W1, W3 and W5 for the female dog. Then to add a little color to the entourage, I used the following colors to their “outfits”: RV52 and 55 for the girl’s pink “dress”; V06 and 17 for the purple boy dog; and R32 and 35 for the girl dog’s red top. I added Glossy Accents over all their eyes and on the tv screen to add a little shine and dimension.

I printed out on my computer the punny sentiment “Gear Up for a great Birthday!” using a free robot font I found online, and I anchored the sides and back of the sentiment with die cut gears. I used a plastic CD sleeve and used my fuse tool to make the see through shaker card. I inserted a die cut gear background into a plastic sleeve along with some silver star sequins and black and grey sequins, and I closed up the whole thing with my fuse tool (I also sealed the one open side of the sleeve with Zip Dry adhesive just to reinforce the closure).

The following is a video share of this card:

This card is being entered into the following challenges:
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Shake It Up Challenge
Simon Says Stamp Work It Wednesday Something New Challenge
MarkerPOP Anything Goes Challenge
Card Mania Add Some Red Challenge
Lil Patch of Crafty Friends Anything Goes Challenge
Art Impressions Shake, Rattle and Roll Challenge
613 Avenue Create Anything Goes Challenge
Seize the Birthday Anything Goes Birthday Challenge
Word Art Wednesday Anything Goes Challenge
Fab and Funky Male Birthday Challenge

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