Sunday, January 10, 2010

LOVE BOT PUNCH ART

Hi it has been a long long time between posts. I am getting ready to return to work part time - the past year has flown - I have loved spending the year with my , now, 11 month year old girl. Not looking forward to returning, but thank goodness I will always have stamping and punch art as my stress outlets.
In accordance with everything Valentine's Day, here is my contribution to the world of punch art and love!!! uggghhh hey.. Also to announce my new year of classes. Please see the right side of my blog to look at a class list and sneak peak of some of the classes. I have classes booked up till June at the moment. But with the new release of coming products, I am sure that there will be more classes. My valentine punch art for my class (hint...another cute animal) inspired me to make a "love bot".
I have been wanting to make a milk carton treat box for a while and thought the robot would look great on the carton. Just needs some treats or sweets inside now.

I used a variety of punches: 1 3/8" square; 1 1/4" square; heart to heart punch; own small heart punch; 1/2" circle punch; 1 3/8" circle; 1 1/4" circle; 1/4" circle; 1" circle; 3/4" circle; scallop edge punch.

6 comments:

Ellen Kemper said...

Very Cute!

Love his little "heart light/meter"

How wonderful that you have had so much time home with your baby girl and how lucky that you are getting to work part time. Sounds like life is good - Enjoy every minute!

We have missed your posts.
hugs,

lifesabeach32940 said...

How cute is he? You are SO CREATIVE!! :) Thanks for sharing!! :)

Betty said...

This is great!! A very fun take-off on the bots!

We have a not-so-little golden retriever. One year old, sweet, lots of love, a bit over-zealous:) I'm sure you know what I mean!

Yvonne Metz said...

LOVE this Richelle! Just to cute! I LOVE punches! Thanks for sharing!

Kim Gavarra said...

How cute is this!!! Your creations always blow me away!!!
Looking forward to catching up soon!

Kim Score said...

I actually found the K&Company KaZoo Robots designer paper that this little robot was based on. I saw it and said, hey, I've seen this little guy in punch art form! Good idea to make punch art from such an inspiration.