Programmed for Play

I don’t often go for cutesy titles on my scrapbook pages, but awhile ago I saw a page somewhere with the title Programmed for Play.  I LOVE the Robotz cartridge, and really wanted to use it again and this title was perfect.  If not for the title, I couldn’t have used a little robot to embellish this page because there are no robots in the pictures!  I copied a page by Julie Bonner for the design.  For the “stitching” around the edges, I put my 12 x 12 card stock into the Cricut and chose a square from Sure Cuts A Lot shape library.  I edited the line to a dashed line with 30 pixel dash and 30 pixel gap:

I replaced the blade with a Prima Cricut pen and “cut.”

The robot is #44 from page 71.  The font is Hiccups.

If you want to see some of the other Robotz close up, click on the Robotz tag in the right-hand column.  They’re really fun to make!       I used them to make a Welcome Back bulletin board for my students last August.  After I took the bulletin board down, I laminated all the robotz and adhered magnetic strips to their backs.  My students each got to choose one to decorate the front of their locker!


About Evelyn

I created this little blog so that I could have a place to show different crafts that I make for my family, my friends, my students, and myself! I have always enjoyed crafting. I particularly love paper and wool, and that's what I'm currently working with.
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1 Response to Programmed for Play

  1. These pages are so cute! I really like the three bands of background paper, and of course I love the robots!

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