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Monday, January 12, 2015

Robots: Lil' Inker Designs Release Day 2


Hello again and welcome to Day 2 of the Lil' Inker Designs January Release!  All of the products being shown today are currently available in the Lil' Inker Designs store!  If you are following along in the blog hop you should have come from Erin Schreiner's blog and if you'd like to start at the beginning, visit Laura's blog! There are three $15 gift certificates to the LID store up for grabs, so the more blogs you comment on, the better your chances are of winning! 

**Be sure to scroll all the way to the end of this post to see a very sweet bonus creation by my 6 year old daughter!**

Jen Carter LID Robot Valentine Sucker Pinwheel 13 WM


First up is a project featuring a fun new way to hand out Valentine's or treats for a special day!  I used the new Lollipop & Pencil Treat Holder Die to cut the Kraft cardstock.  Not only does this die have the Lil' Inker signature stitching on it, but it also cuts two holes that you can insert a lollipop, a pencil, a paintbrush, a pinwheel, etc through!  How cool is that!  For my treat I inserted a blow pop sucker with a pinwheel (cut from the Original Pinwheel die) attached to it.  I stamped the mix & match robot & sentiment from the fun new Robot Builders Stamp set.  I also cut and attached the Hearts Banner to the corner of the treat holder.




I pulled out the robots for this next card as well.

Jen Carter LID Robot Window wm

I created a window using one of the Stitched Mats Rectangle dies.  Then I used the Robot Builders stamps to create the fun robots and to stamp the sentiment.  

Jen Carter LID Robot Window Closeup wm

The entire gray piece was popped up with dimensionals.  These mix & match robot pieces are so much fun to play with!  I love that you can personalize your robots in many, many ways!

Thanks for stopping by today!  We'll be showcasing more products tomorrow! Don't forget to leave a comment to win!  The more blogs you comment on, the better your chances are of winning!  There's plenty more inspiration to see using these sets today!  Your next stop on the hop is over to Karen's blog!

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If you've made it this far, I wanted to share a little bonus with you.  My daughter asked for one of my discarded Lollipop Treat Holder die cuts.  I was super surprised with what she came up with.  She's 6 and has one very proud mom! :)  I love how she sees things!

Jen Carter LID Lollipop Treat Holder by Sadie

37 comments:

  1. Thanks for showing the Robot Builders set. They are adorable on your cards!

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  2. FUN & FABULOUS cards Jen :)
    I WANT TO BUILD A ROBOT!!!
    LOVE your pinwheel & window designs - SO COOL!!!
    WOW - your daughter did an AMAZING job with her dog - SO TALENTED for a 6yo, she must take after her mother!!!
    THANK YOU for sharing your family creativity today - I'm INSPIRED!!!

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  3. Nice and cute cards ! Congrats to your daughter for herbes beautiful card !

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  4. What fun cards! Those robots are just so super cute!

    Oh and what an adorable creation from your daughter.....crafty kid♥

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  5. So much fun!! Love your cards and projects and your daughters puppy is awesome!

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  6. Super cute and totally fun!!! Love your daughters puppy!

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  7. Cute idea with the pinwheel blowpop! Love that die! And your daughter did a nice job on her project, very clever!

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  8. Those colorful robots are SO CUTE! And I love how you used the treat holder die to hold your pinwheel! Clever! And your daughter's project is so creative and totally adorable! Great work!

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  9. I am going to have to add those super cute robots to my wish list!

    The card your daughter made is so stinkin' adorable...She should be very proud! What a creative mind she has!

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  10. Those robots are super cute! I can't believe that your daughter created that puppy out of the die cut. How clever!

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  11. Super cute and your daughter's doggie is so adorable-she did an awesome job!!!!! I love it!

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  12. Love,love the pinwheel on the lollipop idea! Tell you daughter that her doggie is so sweet!

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  13. there haven't been many examples of the robots. You made them look fun and easy to use.
    thanks for sharing some great projects.

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  14. Very cute robot projects--love the pin wheel. I like your daughter's bonus project too!

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  15. Love the pinwheel! And lovely creation by your daughter! :)

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  16. Cute lollipop holder card perfect for kids or big kids. your daughter is a future card crafter; she did an awesome job.

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  17. Super cute and love the card your daughter made!

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  18. Love your robot creations and a pinwheel holder is such a great idea! But seriously you have been upstaged by your own budding artist! Soo cute, crafting with our kids is the best!

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  19. Love the cards. Great Lollipop & Pencil Treat Holder die!

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  20. I start to see the possibilities for the lollipop die, not least, the cute critter by your daughter! So much fun to craft together!

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  21. Your daughter stole the show! Awesome card and yours are so fun! TFS

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  22. ADORABLE ROBOT cards, love the pinwheel! Your daughter is showing a lot of talent for age 6! Wow!

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  23. Jen, love your tag and card with this fun robot set! Adorable! And your daughter has your great gene for art, super cute little dog!!

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  24. Great cards for the little ones thanks for sharing

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  25. Darling robot card, and I LOVE your daughter's fun creation!

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  26. Adorable robots and love that treat holder. Tell your daughter that her dog is just sooooooooooooooooooooo adorable! Wow love her creative mind!

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  27. Love that you used a pinwheel, love those little robots twirling around, and LOVE the dog your daughter created! I'm so impressed! You have every right to be a proud mama.

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  28. Love, love your creativeness....and your daughter is taking right after her Mama....what fun!!

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  29. I LOVE LOVE LOVE your window card with the robots peeking through. It might be my most fave of your projects for this release!!! Love that you used our pinwheel as a special treat with our treat holder. WOW!!!

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  30. Sadie's project is so inspiring to me in so many ways. Please tell her I think her doggie is AMAZING and clever and that she totally takes after her clever and crafty mom's ability to think outside the box! WOW!!!

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  31. Love the pinwheel and the robots peeking out of the frame, but hands down my favorite is that adorable puppy your daughter made. Look out crafting world!

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