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Product Spotlight: Off To School Rub-ons

We've got more Off To School goodness with today's Product Spotlight. We aksed the Pocket Chicks to use the Off To School Rub-ons and just look what they came up with!



Hello First Day of School by Amy Peterman
These rub-ons had so many fun designs, that couldn't choose just a couple. I used several of the designs that were long and horizontal, and rubbed them down onto my background paper that I had painted with acrylic and let dry. I then freehand-cut an apple from another paper and placed it on my background, so the rub-ons would peek through...
I also used one of the rub-ons for the background of my title and another one on one of my main photos ... that "hello" word bubble is too cute!


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School Days Book by Yuki Shimada
Yuki says, “I made the cover of the Brag book with the Off to School line for my girl. I used many rub-ons on this project. I decided to use it for part of my title, too. I love making my own embellishments for projects ... Yukishimada_sep7_School Days Book01
... So, instead of using the plain alphabet chipboards as are, I decided to simply add the colorful small dots onto the surface of them using the rub-ons.”


First Day of First by Pamela Young
Pamela says, "I actually used 15 rub-ons on this layout! I made a grid of pieces of paper and rub-ons. Then I added some rows of paper to the right and another rub-on. I just love all the rub-ons in the Off to School collection, I especially like the ones you can fill in, like my title, my journaling spot, and the date."


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Sneaker Addicts by Yuka Hino
Yuka says, "I paid attention to a cool sneaker of this collection though the photo that related to the school was not found because my daughter was a preschool child. I made it to the use of the photo to which my husband and daughter were wearing trainers. I tried to paste this Rub-ons on the photo and to attract attention in the vicinity. I think that I was able to add the fun element to the layout by rub-ons of the star, the arrow, and the majors pattern."

-Amy Peterman


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