Sunday, September 29

Who loves Robots? I Do!

It's challenge time for me, and I used my time wisely at the Captured Moments Anniversary crop yesterday to get this done just in time! Luckily, this will fulfill two challenges - Dolls n Robots at the Steampunk Challenge and "use an exclusive SimonSays Stamp product. So, you say, what did I make? A robot!
It all started with a cute little salt shaker attached to a car (green of course!)
Next was looking through my stash of gears and things, and steampunk stuff to come up with the robot's parts. Added a spring to the "head" and little clips and metal bits to make the arms.

Then, I just played, adding nuts and bolts, eyelets, gears, washers to make my little robot. Here are several views so you can see the parts.
Lovin those eyes of eyelets and gears! Now that I look at the front of my robot! it looks like a smiley face ;)
Love that spiky "hair".
You need a way to start the robot, so here is the key. Oh yes, that is the Simon Says Stamp exclusive item - an ideology key from Tim Holtz.
Now, I need help from you to name this little robot - leave me your suggestions in the comments please. Thanks for visiting!

7 comments:

  1. Such a fun and creative make, Maura!

    I can see the fun you had making it as it pops out of all the awesome details! Love the key for winding up your robot AND his hair!!! No more bad hair days with spiky hair!!! Yay!

    Thank you so much for playing along with us at SanDee&amelie's Steampunk Challenges!

    Hugs,
    Claudia x

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  2. AWESOME!!!I love this little guy! You never cease to amaze me with your imagination. I think a good name is Jon Gear. Love ya! Tiffany

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  3. This is so clever!! What a great idea! Love the base of your robot and all the details you used to build it. Thank you so much for sharing with us at Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge Blog!!

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  4. You are just full of fabulousness, my friend!!!! LOVE everything about this!

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  5. Very inventive. Reminds me the book: Who's your Dada? I really love this assembling.

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  6. Terrific. Ingenious and cute!

    Oliver.

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  7. I would love to see inside your brain....how do you ever come up with these amazing creations? And, to no surprise, you have a green "car" as part of the robot....great job, Maura!

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