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Happy Birthday Robot Theme Card

I waited till the last minute to make this guy for my nephew's birthday. I recommend not ever waiting till the last minute to finish a card. It can be very stressful! The little robot arms kept interlocking with each other and the Happy Birthday sign, but with a few 3D dots, I was about to secure and control how the robots would lay when the card was opened or closed. Anyways, it was a success! So well worth the stress fussing over it.

Cartridge Used: Cricut Robot Party
Paper: Michael s card stock, Monsters & Robots Kids Paper, other misc paper.
Other: Eyes are embellishments from Michaels.

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