11/17 Rub On Samples

Ok, I'll be the first to admit that I'm not much of a Rub On fan. I seem to rub them every which way but the right way. Could that be lack of patience? Lack of persistance? Lack of skill??? Well, I decided that I would do my best to master this technique and I created two Rub On cards. Now, if I were a fan of making many unique one of a kind cards . . . I think I would be won over. But, I like to repeat my efforts. Afterall, if I make the effort in the first place . . . it's nice to be duplicatable. Rub Ons are not like stamps . . . I can't use them over and over and that my friend is what I find so frustrating. I tried the Rub On band wagon. Now, I'm going to get off. I'm quite the party pooper, aren't I? And the sun is shining!! Whatever.

Supplies for the Santa Cheer card which is semi cased from page 11 in the Holiday Mini:

Stamps: Winter Post
Paper: Riding Hood Red, Chocolate Chip, Naturals White
Ink: Riding Hood Red
Accessories: Jumbo Pewter Eyelet, Crop-a-dial, Tag Corner Punch, Old Saint Nick Rub Ons, Alpine Ribbon Originals

Supplies for the HoHoHo card:
Stamps: Pictogram
Paper: Kraft, Riding Hood Red, Ski Slope DSP
Ink: Chocolate Chip
Accessories: Stamp-a-ma-jig, White Gel Pen, Real Red Marker, Chocolate Chip 5/8" Grosgrain Ribbon, Old Saint Nick Rub Ons


kim evans said…
These cards are lovely! I love the vintage look, and you've made them look so classic. Perfect!! Thanks for sharing!!
LeAnne said…
I am with you on the rub-ons! I wish they had these images in STAMPS---I would use them lots & lots & lots! Esp that little Santa in his sleigh! But you did a great job with the big tag......my rub-on is still sitting lonely in its package, waiting for the rub!
Well I love your honesty about the rub ons I seem to have the very same issue. As for your creations they came out wonderful so no worries...lol. Have a great day and TFS.

Debbie/Phx AZ
Silli said…
Kay, your cards are so lovely. I love the tag and the little sante. Great job. Have anice day... Hugs from Silli
Nancy Riley said…
Beautiful designs, Kay!