Friday, 10 August 2018

Flower Bot

Hello.  Welcome.  Stamplorations have a fun colouring challenge.  Shery provided a page of the new colouring book for us to play with.  I don't usually do digi stuff and after discussing the state of the universe, the price of butter, whether to wear blue and whether llamas are better than alpacas I finally managed to get something out of the printer!  A rather big something, but hey ho.........  So I coloured a couple of the large flowers, much larger on my sheet than intended, and fussy cut them.  I had a vision of the future and this is where we ended up.

I used a square hammered card base and smeared the edges with Salty Ocean distress oxide.  I stamped Stamplorations big robot and sentiment from Woodland Friends using blue dye ink and fussy cut the robot.  I coloured the flowers with distress ink and Promarkers. 

Thanks for dropping by.  Hugz

Joining the fun at
Stamplorations Blossom Bliss Linky Party
Stamplorations Theme and Sketch Challenge
Stamplorations CAS Card Challenge
Stamplorations Anything Goes Challenge
Tuesday Morning Sketches 465


  1. The flowers and the robot seem to unlikely companions, yet they work perfectly together. Perhaps it's the color! Nicely done, Gail. Hope to see you soon on my blog!

  2. The flowers and robot look rather cute together and I like the way you put it together! Great colors and whimsical fun, and thanks once again for sharing with the Tuesday Morning Sketch challenge!

  3. Awesome card! What a great sentiment!!
    Thanks for playing along with us at Tuesday Morning Sketches
    Debbie ~ TMS DT
    Debbie's Dash of This and That

  4. Well this is fun! I love that sentiment. Thank you for joining us at Tuesday Morning Sketches.

  5. What a whimsical card! Who knew robots and flowers went together so well?! Thanks for joining the fun at STAMPlorations again!


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