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If you’re like me, you have sheets of rub-ons that are half-full (in the same box as the half-used sheets of stickers).
Now that Stampin’ Up has rub-ons that coordinate with their stamp sets, there is a new technique using the new product.
Of course, rub-ons aren’t just for paper anymore…
How To Use Rub Ons
I personally haven’t thought of using rub-ons on glass, but this project is really cute and very appropriate for Spring and Easter gifts.
This project uses the Stampin’ Up Friendship Bloom Stamp Set and the coordinating Love & Happiness rub-ons.
See this cute rub-on project.
This gets me thinking about the other uses for my leftover rub-ons:
- Decorative plates (not for use with food)
- Flower pots
- Book covers
I guess that any smooth surface that wouldn’t get wet would work.
I also found this technique for making your own custom rub-ons. I haven’t tried this myself, but it seems fairly simple.
More Great Tips For Using Rub Ons
Cardmaking is my jam! I enjoy using rubber stamps and scrapbooking materials to make my own homemade cards. I use Stampin' Up products for a lot of my cards.