Saturday, 10 August 2013

Number Bots

I was a bit stumped for an idea for today's One Layer With Numbers challenges at Less is More when I saw it first thing this morning - but then I went to collect a parcel from the post office and it was some lovely new robot stamps from The Alley Way Stamps that had come from Germany again (thanks Carolin) and it sparked a couple of ideas:

OK, so there's only one little number on this first one but I bought this set (Crazy Circuits) specifically for it's Dr Who slant as my hubby and lots of his friends are big Dr Who fans so this set will get a lot of use.  I added the K9 using an old Elzybells alphabet set and a sentiment from Doxie with Moxie from There She Goes.  I coloured the robot with metallic pencils.

Now if the first one doesn't count, then this one should as there are a 3 whole lines of numbers on this one!  This is a sentiment from another TAWS set - Iconic which I bought for the binary pun as I think you can switch out the sentiment as just add (in Robot) to any other sentiment and it would still work.  I paired it with another cute robot from their older Bot Time set which I'd been trying to resist but folded.  I do love a robot stamp!  Again he was coloured with metallic pencils - this one reminds me of Johny 5 from Short Circuit!

Right - I have a craft room that's not going to get any easier to work in unless I tidy up and put some stuff away......


  1. Two great cards Tara - love them both!
    Margaret x

  2. Brilliant cards Tara! I love a robot too, Short circuit was one of my very favourite films for a loong time :D xx

  3. Hi Tara,
    you're always welcome! Love what you did with the little robots - the second one is my favorite with the "electricity" in red between his - ahm, is it his antenna?
    Big hugs,

  4. Brilliant cards. Chris xx

  5. FUN cards - especially the one with the robot!

  6. Great cards Tara xx Jan

  7. These are great fun Tara! Love them!
    Thanks so much
    "Less is More"

  8. so much fun tara
    So sorry for my late visit. Thanks for joining us
    Jen x
    "Less Is More"


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