Stamp Cow – Little Robot

June 19, 2013

I’m very excited to be guest designing for KK and his Etsy stores – Craft Pon and Stamp Cow – two stores that offers many crafting supplies and wooden stamps.  For the next week or so, I will be sharing some cards and projects that I have made his stamps and supplies!

I had the opportunity to play around with some of the adorable stamps that Stamp Cow offers. It has been awhile since I’ve worked with wooden stamps 🙂

Today, I’m sharing two mini cards featuring the adorable Cute Robot.

The first one is a very simple paper pieced robot, cut out and mounted on foam tape to the card. I did a little blending with some Hero Arts Tide Pool around the edges and finished off with some American Arts twine.

Little Robot - Say Cheese

My second card uses the same robot, paper pieced with some pattern paper from Crate Paper. My mom bought a few guitar clips so I thought it’d be fun having my robot play the guitar! The card base was blended with Hero Arts Soft Cantaloupe and Antique Linen.

Little Robot - Guitar Hero

Here’s a close up of the two mini cards 🙂 I’m in love with this little robot and I can’t stop using it!

Little Robot - Close Up


5 Responses to “Stamp Cow – Little Robot”

  1. Lindsay A. Says:

    Totally adorable! LOVE these!

  2. Virginia Lu Says:

    How CUTE!! I adore the use of this wooden stamp! And your ink blending is ABSOLUTELY SUPERB!! You totally rock it, Pamela!

  3. Michelle Says:

    These are the cutest cards that I’ve seen ages! Absolutely adorable!

  4. Patti J. Says:

    What fun images! I’m going to have to check out these stores! Love that they are so unique. Great cards!!! Congrats on guest designing for them!

  5. Elena Says:

    Wow! You are amazing!!!

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