Thursday, July 23, 2009

use rubs on tins

how cool does that look!


Anonymous 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.