After my robot was the way I wanted him, I printed him out to a size that would fit my cards and I put dots where I wanted my stitches to go. I did quite a few dots (because I wanted a lot of stitches) but you could definitely space your stitches out further.
Once the spacing was decided on, I cut my robot out and paper clipped him in place on my notecard. Using a needle, I poked holes through my dots to create a stitching pattern on my notecard. (TIP: If you have a squishy mousepad you can lay your notecard flat and easily poke your needle through the dots. I've found this to be the easiest, least painful way of doing it).
After you've poked all of your holes, you're ready to stitch. I used almost 2 arm lengths of floss and backstitched my way around the robot. For more instructions on how to do this, check out this post.
Now all I have to do is decide what to do with my robot pattern next...