Thursday, September 16, 2010

Thursday's Tutorials #27


Today we are featuring the talented Denine and her blog Pumpkin & Spice.
Denine's blog is full of cute projects and DS Files.
I love her cute Robotz Card Tutorial!
Here's how to get started...Denine started with a tri-fold card that she had already layered with the 'Lil Robots' papers from My Mind's Eye.
She used cuts from the base button and base button + shift for Robot #44.
Here are the pieces after everything is cut.
Here's the cute Robot after he is all assembled. More steps to this tutorial are available by visiting Denine's blog. For the full tutorial details click HERE
She also used the PSB Cart and cut another robot from another sheet of the Lil Robots paper to make this cute tag.
This is the card with the tag inside. So cute.

Please comment below and let us know how you've enjoyed today's tutorial. And be sure to visit Denine at Pumpkin & Spice to get more details about this tutorial.

If you have a tutorial that you would like to share for future Thursday Tutorials please email me at cokiepop@yahoo.com

Have a Creative Day!
Angi
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10 comments:

  1. So cute! I am so tempted by this cart, but my son is getting too old for stuff like this, boo-hoo!

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  2. There sure is a lot of work in your card. I hope who ever receives it appreciates it. ; )

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  3. Great card! I love this cartridge as well! I did a mini scrapbook with it. It does take some time but, they turn out WONDERULLY!

    http://invitationsonly.blogspot.com/2010/08/robotz-mini-scrapbook.html

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  4. This is such a fun card!! Some little guy is going to love it!

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  5. Very cute! The robots seem to have a lot of pieces to it. Lots of details. Great job!

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  6. This is so so cute! I love this idea! I will have to scrap lift this one. Thanks for sharing!
    ~Dorcas

    http://4craftyangels.blogspot.com/

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  7. This card is absolutely adorable!!
    Barb :)

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  8. Great Robot I love this and I will be using it for my grandson soon.
    pennykitz@charter.net

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