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Product Spotlight: Tradition Rub-ons



Today's Product Spotlight, our Tradition Rub-ons, are so versatile. Just take a look at how Pocket Chick, Suzanne Sergi, used them in various ways on her layout below. I just know she'll inspire you to use your rub-ons in new ways!



Shine by Suzanne Sergi

Suzanne says, "I love using Rub Ons on my projects, and I have built quite an inventory of them. They are wonderful to add directly to your pages, but try the following for a different twist. Do not be afraid to only use part of a rubon. Sometimes I love the pattern, but may not want to use the entire image. In the center of the poinsettia flower, I simply adhered one of the presents rubons on the entire surface of a button. A different alternative, than attaching string or thread through the holes of the buttons. Another idea is to separate the rubon, onto two different surfaces. The center ornament on the left hand of the page, is adhered to the page, and the main body is adhered to another button. An easy way to add dimension to your projects. Finally, how about adhering rubons to your title? On the word Shine, I adhered the bow rubon to dot my letter "i." Again, I only decided to use only the bow image from the present image. This is a simple way to embellish. I finished my title by dusting glitter on top, to give my title 'shine.' One of the benefits of using Fancy Pants rubons, are that they do add fabulous detail,  but they adhered effortlessly on your projects!"

Thanks Suzanne, for the cool rub-on ideas! Come back again tomorrow everyone, for a change to get to know another one of our Pocket Chicks.

-Amy Peterman

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