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Weekend creativity

I had/have a very busy weekend going on but when the kiddos went to bed last night, I decided to need my go-to stress craft room.  Here are a couple of projects that I did, I was kinda all over the place last night, lol.

 I went with a cute robot "card/figure" from ROBOTZ cart

  • Cut at 7" for everything, making sure my real dial size is NOT on.
  • There are 6 layer pages for this robot, using my gypsy made it easier to cut it all at once.

LESS IS MORE- sketch, using Marks Finest Paper sentiment stamp

FRIENDS OF SPEEDY TV- 3 pattern papers, 2 buttons and 1 ribbon and using Marks Finerst Paper flowe border stamp

TUTORIAL TIME ON MFPSPEEDY- vellum leaves, using Autumn Friendship from Marks Finest Paper Stamps
Here is a close up, I think this is my new favorite way to do leaves!!!

Hope you have a blessed day and thanks for stopping by,


  1. Looks like you've been really busy Sandy!
    Thanks for joining us.
    "Less is More"

  2. This is really nice Good job......Lis

  3. Wow what a great set of projects and good stress relief I hope. Thanks for joining our FOSTV recipe challenge - please play again with the new challenge that starts tomorrow.

  4. Love your robot. Thanks so much for playing along with FCCB.

  5. Love your robot. Thanks so much for playing along with FCCB.

  6. Your cards are all wonderful!!! I am glad you like the way the leaves turned out. It's my new favorite too.
    Thanks for joining us this week at TTSTV.

  7. Love all of your creations so cute!! That little robot is so so sweet, TFS!! Thanks for joining us this week at FCCB!!

  8. All these projects are great! Your robot is so cute with his google eyes! Thanks for joining us at FCCB this week!!

  9. Great projects, the little robot is so super cute!! Thanks for joining us at FCCB!!

  10. Such a creative weekend! I'm jealous! Thanks for playing along with the Friends of Speedy TV!

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  12. That robot is super cute! I'm so happy that you joined the challenge this week at Fantabulous Cricut.
    FCCB DT Member

  13. Now that was a very productive evening! Beautiful work, Sandy!...Nancy :o)

  14. I'm glad you enjoyed the new leaf technique and your card turned out really lovely! Thanks for joining us at Tutorial Time on SpeedyTV!

  15. great cards sandy
    Fabulous interpretation of my Sketch. Thanks for joining us this week
    "Less Is More"

  16. wonderful projects Sandy, your butterfly card is so beautiful!!

  17. I like this leaf technique also. Thanks for joining TTSTV.

  18. Great cards! I love your chalked vellum leaf card! Thanks for joining us at TTSTV this week!

  19. This turned out so beautifully. Such wonderful detail on your leaf! Thanks for playing along with us at TTSTV!

  20. lots of Amazing creations :) Love the vellum leaf card and that robot is too stinkin cute! Thanks for joining us at TTSTV.

  21. Wow you've been busy! LOVE the robot, he is super cool! Also love the image on the Sketch Saturday card and the buttons you've used, very cute! Thanks for playing along with Sketch Saturday this week, Niki xx


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