Robot Bookmark

Posted by on January 15, 2012 in Bookmarks, Challenges, Copic markers | 7 comments

Today we went to a birthday party, so I needed something that was suitable for a 4 year old. I won a set of robot stamps last year from The Stamps of Life and I haven’t really inked them up until now. My aim was to make a personalised card, but it ended up as a bookmark! It is funny how things turn out sometimes.

I am entering this into the current Simon Says Stamp Chipboard Challenge over at Lilypad cards. I used chipboard fabric Thickers letters to personalise the bookmark – and covered them with glossy accents to add a bit of shine.

And to wrap the present, I stamped robots onto some paper and and my 5 year old son and 2 year old daughter coloured them in. They had so much fun!


Stamps: The Stamps of Life “robots2build” by Stephanie Barnard
Ink: Memento – Tuxedo Black, Distress inks – Chipped Sapphire, Faded Jeans, Weathered Wood
Card: X-Press It Blending card, Bazzill card – Navy Blue
Other Supplies: Copic markers, American crafts Thickers chipboard fabric letters, Glossy Accents, Kaisercraft turquoise ribbon, AnnaBelle Stamps Natural cotton thread, Basic Grey button – blue, foam dimensionals

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  1. Such a cute robot – Love the colours you chose and a personalised bookmark is such a wonderful gift!

  2. Adorable tag. Love how the arms stick out.

  3. what 4 year old wouldn’t be happy with this masterpiece!! the present and tag is just oozing love and so much fun!! šŸ™‚

  4. Like the 3D look of the Robot bookmarker & the coloring by your children. Nice to get the children involved. The Robot brings back wonderful memories of Lost in Space tv show. Do you know that show?
    “Sunshine HoneyBee”

  5. What a cute bookmark, he is just adorable and I love your wrapping style, very original and the kid’s would’ve had a ball helping.

  6. OH Marion… this is so CAAAAA~ute!

  7. This is fabulous Marion! What a great bookmark/giftcard and the paper is so precious! LOVE it!

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