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Rub-Ons

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I just LOVE the new Dots and Designs Rub-Ons in the Summer Mini! I’ll admit I haven’t used Rub-Ons much before in my card-making, mainly on 3D projects …….but these were so easy to use and create with. The colours in this pack are Chocolate Chip, Ruby Red and Whisper White…..with a touch of Regal Rose and Close to Cocoa.
The card above has only minimal stamping, just the greeting. I could have used a greeting from the new Chit Chat Rub-Ons (also in the Summer Mini, p.5) and completed the entire card without inking up any rubber at all!
Here’s another one I was inspired to make after I saw one by the amazing Beth Stewart at our Regional training day in November :
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How yummy are these colours together??!
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Inspired to create a card like this yourself? Below is a list of what I’ve used to put my card together.
Don’t forget that my New Year’s $1000 Catalogue Workshop is currently running! There are still hostess benefits up for grabs……all you have to do is place a qualifying order with me before January 24th to claim your free gift 🙂
Stamps :  Occasional Greetings, Think Happy Thoughts
Ink : Chocolate Chip
Paper : Pink Pirouette, Close to Cocoa, Real Red, Bella Rose Designer Series paper
Accessories : Circle Scissor Plus, Glass Matt, Button Bouquet Designer Buttons, Chocolate Chip 1″ Double Stitched Grossgrain Ribbon – Clearance Sale Item:CURRENTLY ONLY $14.96, 1 and 1/4″ Circle Punch, 1 and 3/8″ Circle Punch, Mini Glue Dots, Snail Adhesive.
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3 thoughts on “Rub-Ons”

  1. Hi Vanessa,
    A technical stampin up question – which is better for doing water colours like on page 13 of the current mini catalogue – the aqua painter or the blender pens. i don’t have any of the water colour crayons or pastels only the ink pads.
    ta
    Anne

  2. Great question Anne!
    Personally, my all-time favourite watercolouring medium would have to be Stampin’ Up!’s Water Colour Crayons. They are so rich in colour……you can buy 12 of them at a time, and use them successfully with either Blender Pens or the Aqua Painters, they work well on any cardstock too eg Whisper White, Very Vanilla, Confetti White/Cream as well as the Water Colour paper for that authenitc look.
    I use the Classic Inkpads and Pastels too, usually with a Blender Pen and I’m usually happier with the result if I use them on heavier papers like the Water Colour paper, Naturals Ivory or Confetti.
    You can also water colour with our Markers……….. and I can demonstrate that technique for you sometime too if you like 🙂

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