This morning when I saw the ways to use it challenge I was a bit bummed because I don't have rub-ons....never really was a fan of them so I figured I would just ogle what everyone else did. Then sweet Melody posted the directions for making your own rub-ons. Well this intrigued me so I had to give it a try.....sadly it was a fail. My rub-on wouldn't rub-off! I decided to make something with my failed rub-on attempt so this is what I came up with.
The dud text background rub-on was created using the Easter Blessings sentiment digi set from Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps.
I drew the image (mainly because I have been wanting something like this for a while), scanned it, cleaned it up and printed it onto cardstock. Then I created a reverse mask with a Nestie circle so I could sponge a sun and sky onto my image. The rest came together pretty easily.
So there you have it....a failed attempt at a rub-on, but a worthwhile card none-the-less :).
Thanks for looking!
Date: Thursday, March 22, 2012 GMT Views: 1023
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Thu, Mar 22, 2012 @ 9:48 AM
Might be failed rub-ons but the card is a success.
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Thu, Mar 22, 2012 @ 6:54 PM
Wow a lot of work , but it sure paid off. love it. the bg paper is awesome and way to go on making your own stamp by drawing it...well done...:0). I was going to make a rub on card too and I did have a rub on , but similar to yours it didnt come off well and when I tried to fix it ....well you know that big recycling bin by our tables...lol...beautiful job here...TFS...:0)
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