Thursday, July 23, 2009

use rubs on tins



how cool does that look!

4 comments:

Melissa said...

Very cool, gorgeous in fact!

Deanna said...

Hi there, thanks for the great links!

Since you are talking rub-ons today, I have a question - my rub-ons don't work very well. The have bits that have even come off on the backing, but they won't rub on smoothly and completely onto my project. Although I am pressing firmly and trying to get the whole thing rubbed on before I lift the plastic sheet, I can't get them right. Sometimes an area that was rubbed on, comes back off the surface onto the original applicator plastic sheet. Any ideas what I'm doing wrong?

Deanna said...

Celeste - thanks for taking the time to visit and answer my question!

I though the bone folder worked better than my other tools, but they still didn't go on fully or without flaws.

Know any brands that do work well?
Thanks again :)

JgWM said...

I love your favorites and some of mine are the same. Met you on the bus to CHA, Lucy and I were sitting in front of you and Dina.Nice talking to to both if youwe were happy to finally meet you! Hope you enjoyed Florida.