Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Birthday Bot

Hey there stampers! I'm happy you stopped by today!
Today's card is the last of the ones we made at my Birthday Stamp Camp.  It's a revised version of the one I made HERE.  It's a  CASE of one I saw on Splitcoast Stampers HERE.  It's a cute card but a lot of my stamping ladies hated the binary code stamp and using the Stamp-A-Ma-Jig!  Sorry guys!  It just takes a bit of practice.  A few stamped the code over and over throughout the whole background and it looked great even if it wasn't "perfect".  Good job, girls!


  1. Stamp the robot from the Lots of Bots stamp set in Versamark Ink after wiping the Whisper White card stock with the Embossing Buddy to remove any static or oils from your fingers.  Sprinkle Black Embossing Powder over it and tap off the excessinto your Powder Pal.  Return the excess to your container to use again.  Heat set with Heat Tool.
  2. Color the robot in using Stampin' Write Markers and punch side with the Spiral Punch.
  3. Stamp the binary code in Bermuda Bay using the Stamp-A-Ma-Jig along the top and bottom of your card base of Bermuda Bay card stock.
  4. Add a square of Basic Black card stock to your card and adhere your stamped piece on top.
  5. Add a panel of Brushed Silver card stock with some Black Grosgrain Ribbon tied around it with a knot.
  6. Stamp the nuts and bolts image in Basic Black on Whisper White and punch with the 3/4" Circle Punch.  Add to Basic Black punched with the 1" Circle punch and adhere to card with a Dimensional.


  • STAMPS: Lots of Bots
  • INK: Basic Black, Versamark, Bermuda Bay, Stampin' Write Markers
  • PAPER: Bermuda Bay, Basic Black, Whisper White, Brushed Silver
  • ACCESSORIES: Black Grograin Ribbon, Dimensionals
  • TOOLS: Spiral, 3/4" and 1" Circle Punches, Stamp-A-Ma-Jig

Happy Stampin'!

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