Wednesday, February 06, 2008
This first frame is something that was given to me by my Sister-in-law Lisa, and at the time was just a plain black frame with a great picture of my kids with their beloved cousin Sarah.
I used my bone folder to rub on some accents for the sides of the frame, as well as right over the glass to jazz it up a bit.
This next picture is of me with Shelli Gardner, the "rubber queen" of Stampin' Up! (just kidding, she's actually our CEO and co-founder). It was taken at our annual Convention in SLC a few years back during our Awards night. Again, I just took a dollar store frame and added some little elements to personalize the photo a bit more.
Last but not least was a super-simple project I made using our plain metal Tins. When you open them up slightly, they stand up in a tent manner so I decorated the front of it to use as a note holder on my hubby's desk. This way, I can tack quick little notes to the front of it and he'll see them easily.
If you look closely at the littl matching magnet, that's actually a Rub On used with a Build-A-Brad. I simply removed the prongs and glue-dotted a small magnet to the back of it, so that it can be the magnet that holds down the little scraps of paper I use for notes.
I have a whole bunch of other rub-on projects to share, so stay tuned for those!