Sunday, June 23, 2013

Rub On Resisit

I have had so much fun the last few weeks creating with my friends.  Last weekend we all went to our favorite scrapbook store, Scrapbook Creations, for a whole day of play.  My friend, Cheryl, even came from Charlotte.  My birthday had been earlier that week and I have to say that I have the best friends!!  They fed me and showered me with gifts, and Kim even brought her delicious brownies.  The best gift was that they all took their day to come and spend time together.  Thank you, ladies!!

April showed me this wonderful technique she learned from Tim Holtz, using rub ons.  We had so much fun with this.

I started with a piece of cream cardstock and added distress inks.  Next I added the rub ons – a leafy branch, a brown doily, and a small dragon fly.  Using Rich Cocoa Memento Ink, I stamped the Music Scrap, along with the little birds and feather from Sparkle N Sprinkle's Bird Song set, overlapping the rub ons.  Then I simply wiped the ink off of the rub on to make it look like the image is behind it.

I added the Bird Nest image layered on a Spellbinders’ Fancy Tags Three die and the sentiment on Spellbinders’ Back to Basics Tag die, along with a seam binding bow.  Using a glue pen, I added small amounts of Starfire glitter to each of the feathers and the dragonfly wings.

This is such a great technique and now I am constantly on the lookout for new rub ons.  You can see a tag that April made here.  I will definitely be doing this again.

I’ll be back with more, soon!!

E. Marie

This card is entered in the following challenges:
Corrosive Challenge #177 – Summertime
Crafty Calendar June Challenge - Things with Wings
Cute Card Thursday Challenge 274 – Summertime    
Dutch Dare Card Challenge DDCC#222-Things That Begin with the letter B (Birds)
Moxie Fab World Tueday Trigger – Vintage Vagabond


Shona Erlenborn said...

Gorgeous Marie. It's got the cogs moving inside my head this morning! Thanks for sharing.

artful-notions said...

Lovely layers! Looks like you mastered the rub on technique!

April said...

This turned out so pretty, Marie! I love it! This was a fun technique to work with.

Anne Temple said...

Wow. Great vintage look. Will have to try this. It's so cool that you and April live close enough so y'all can play whenever you want.

Helen F. said...

Your card has so many beautiful vintage elements, Marie! Love the rub ons and that fabulous ribbon bow.
Happy Belated Birthday :)

Sandra H said...

Your card Marie is so beautiful x

Gita said...

What a pretty card. Happy belated Birthday! Sounds like you had a great day croppin' with your friends.

Cath said...

Hey Marie! Thanks for linking this up to this week's Tuesday Trigger in the Moxie Fab World! I'm so glad you joined in on all the fun! :)

sara said...

beautiful card thanks so much for joining us at Bunnyzoes this month
hugs sara x x