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Fun Weekend Projects by Mireille and Karen....

Here is a quick mini book to put together this weekend
for a special someone in your life that loves Robots!
Our Guest Designer for April- Mireille Divjak created
this mini for her son and his love of Buzz Lightyear...

 Mireille slipped tags under the photos and alternated
them to go on each side and added coordinating buttons.
This is a super great idea so you can journal lots about 
the photos and save some room!
Thought behind it
I used a star shape.. thought it would go well with the "out of space theme"
besides.. it's all about april 7.. and Noah was the star of the day - his birthday!!!

Story behind the book
They are all basically my son's #7 birthday pictures. 

I made tags tucked under the photos and they are inked and 
masked and stamped.. and have journaling on each.. It is about my son receiving
 his buzz lightyear costume for his birthday and wearing it all day.. 
even to his first day of Kindergarten.
On each of the journaling cards I shared about
his cake, his love for Thomas the Tank engine and
lots of other personal things he will love to read about
in the future to come.


 Best Creation Inc supplies:
Patterned paper: Robot Line #R001 #R003 #R004 #R005 #R007
Chipboard: #R014
Combo Stickers #R013
Glitter Elemen Stickers #R012

Other supplies:
Chipboard album: Love Elsie - Roxie Star 2668
Cardstock: Bazzill
Stamp: Recollections - Label me tough
Ink : colorbox - chalk- Archival (stamp) Distress ink - Ranger
masks : Gears Tim Holtz
Pens: American Crafts and Sakura

Tic Tac Robot game by Karen Thind
This was such an adorable idea to use one
of the spaceship papers.  Karen divided it up
with strips of paper and cut out lots of tiny
robots for the game and glued tiny magnets on the backs.
  Her girls put it on the refrigerator to make it easy when everyone 
is in the kitchen to play together!

12X12 Magnetic Tic Tac Robot board
R006 (cut out robots)
AC Thickers
Magnets and Magnetic Backing

That is it for this week and we hope we gave you
lots and lots of inspiration for our New lines of paper!!
Check back tomorrow for the Ballerina and Robot 
Be sure and stop back this Monday for a fun Blog Hop
 with all of our talented ladies to give you ideas
for using border punches!!!  

Have a great weekend!!


  1. love the tic-tac-robot...adorable. Great job once again by your DT...they really do rock.


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