I have not scrapbooked in a looooonnnng time. It was fun to get back into one of my favorite pastimes. Last weekend James had his first Robotics Competition after HOURS of working in the shop. He loves it the way I love to stamp…check out my page.
Here is closer look…
Punches I used for the wrench include: Word Window, Itty Bitty Shapes Punch Pack, 1″, 3/4″ and 1 1/4″ Circle Punches. The main handle is a piece of paper that measures 3/4″ by 2 3/4″.
I used the school colors from Lee’s Summit High School for the page. Black and Gold are the school colors. I used Stampin’ Up!’s Daffodil Delight, Basic Black, Whisper White, Basic Gray and Brushed Silver.
I used the following Designer Series Papers: International Bazaar, Color Collection Paper Stacks in Brights and Neutrals. I stamped the tickets from the stamp set Your Amazing. The bigger ticket is done with VersaMark Ink, and heat embossing with Clear Stampin’ Emboss Powder. The smaller tickets I stamped in Basic Gray Classic Ink. Both size tickets are perfectly punched with the Ticket Duo Punch.
The center team number 1730 is die cut using my Big Shot and the Silver Glimmer Paper and the Typeset Alphabet Bigz. The Basic Black and Brushed Silver accent the numbers are attached to is cut on the Big Shot too using the Apothecary Accents Framelits.
The team competed in the Kansas City Regional First Robotics Competition. 52 other schools from around the region including the two other high schools in our town. They did not win the robotics competition, (Lee’s Summit West High School did) but they did bring home a very high award and a ticket to the Nationals in St. Louis in a few weeks. They won the Engineering Inspiration Award.
So proud of the team and James. Next competition is the Razorback Regional, then Nationals. Thanks for checking out my scrapbooking adventure today. If you need any of the supplies I used, you can find them all here from Stampin’ Up! Happy Monday. Diana