Thursday, February 07, 2008
Here are a few more ways I've mucked with using our Rub On's, please click on images to enlarge for additional detailing:
On a candle and mug...
On my computer monitor, which was so boring and plain before....
A glass container...
A wine glass (which I plan on storing candies in on my desk, yum!)...
You can even use them on your accessories, like ribbon & buttons!
Here are some tips on how to use our Rub-ons:
1) For best results, cut out your Rub-On image and remove it from the backing sheet. Lay the image on a flat surface, and rub it lightly with your finger to hold it in place. Then firmly rub the image with your bone folder or the wooden stick (included with the Rub-Ons) to transfer it to your project. You’ll know the image has transferred completely when the image becomes lighter on the transfer sheet. Pull up slowly on the transfer sheet, being careful not to slide it. If the image hasn’t transferred completely, simply lay the sheet back down and try again.
2) If you want to transfer Rub-On images to a small embellishment such as a button, you may want to transfer the image to the embellishment before you adhere the embellishment to your project. Stick the embellishment to a smooth surface, such as a cellophane bag, using SNAIL Adhesive. Trim the image from the Rub-On sheet and lay it over your embellishment. Rub your finger over the image to help hold it in place, then transfer the image completely using the wooden stick. Peel the embellishment off the bag and adhere it to your project.
3) You can remove Rub-Ons from most surfaces with our Adhesive Remover.
4) Make sure you store your Rub-Ons with the paper backing or your images will come off where you don’t want them to!!
5)If you need to clean the item the Rub-On is adhered to, wipe it gently with a damp cloth.
(I walked home last night and I'm not dry yet!) LOL!