Saturday, February 5, 2011

Valentine for My Boy

The Cricut Cardz Challenge this week is to make a Valentine's Day card for a man. I made one for my almost-man, my 15 year old son. When I saw this robot on the Robotz cartridge, I knew I had to use it. Doesn't he look like a gangly teenage boy? Something about those arms reminds me of my basketball playing Eric.

The robot is cut at 4", and he's holding a 1" (real size) heart from Create a Critter. The sentiments are from My Creative Time's "You Had Me At Chocolate" Stamp Set (click here for ordering information). Both the card and matching envelope are from Wild Card, cut at 7". I used my Gypsy to hide the cut-outs on them.

I free hand cut the layers on the outside and inside of the card, and I didn't bother cutting the liner for the envelope, since I was using double-sided paper.


K & Co. Patterned Paper
Papertrey Ink Pure Poppy & Aqua Mist Cardstock
Core'dinations Cardstock
My Creative Time "You Had Me At Chocolate" Stamp Set
Papertrey Ink True Black Ink & Rustic Cream Button Twine
Sakura White Gelly Roll Pen
Red Sharpie


  1. This is awesome!!! The paper and colors go so well! TFS Cathryn67

  2. Yes Robot cards are my favorite so i try to find them every day. And not normally the first commenter guess i was surfing at the right time this time

  3. Cute card, love the robot, thanks so much for joining CCC.

  4. Katie! I'm sorry I haven't been by in awhile! I love everthing you've been making! the heart tree it just adorable, and so is the robot, and...
    liz :o)

  5. Love the card! Thanks for the inspiration!!

  6. Love the colors and the robot Katie!

    Gina L.

  7. Love the boy theme valentine. I have 2 boys and that is great inspiration. I may need to go get the Robot cart.

  8. Such a great Valentine. I just got the Robots cart. But I have been intimidated by it. I will have to try it out. Thanks for this wonderful inspiration!


  9. This is too,too cute. I love that robot paper. Thanks for playing along at CCC.

  10. I love this. What a unique card. I have never made this one before, but will have to give it a try now. TFS

  11. This is such a clever take on the CCC challenge. I just love it - thanks for making me smile.
    Cheers, Karen


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