This week's CardMonkey Tip of the Week features how to make your own rub-on sentiments for your cards and scrapbook layouts. Watch the video and you'll see why you'll want to comment here on the blog for a chance to win BLOG CANDY ...
When you watch the video, you'll learn that I use overhead transparencies to make my own rub-on sentiments for cards. If you are (or become) a follower, and leave a comment below, I'll put you in a drawing to receive five (5) sheets of overhead transparencies to try this technique on your own. These sheets are costly -- at least *I* think they are -- so you'll want to win this just to try this technique for yourself!
Winner will be announced on Wednesday, March 9, so post comments before then, please. Update: The winner has been announced! You are free to comment, but the blog candy has been awarded. Thank you, and congratulations LISA at Lisa's Creative Niche.
Wow! This is so exciting, and so perfect for me right now, I love using rubons on my actual material scrapbooks, and I have been looking everywhere for little boy type rubons to put on my little one's books that I have done but I haven't found any that I really like yet, this would work perfect for me (fingers crossed) to make my own! Thank you sooooo much for the chance!
summer_sunset54@hotmail dot com
This is so cool! How in the world did you come up with this idea?
What an awesome idea.
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This is a great idea! Thanks for sharing it!
What a great tip Ellen. Thanks for sharing.
Ellen you read my mind. I was thinking about doing a video on how to do this. You did great so I will leave it to you. I absolutly LOVE that card it's adorable. I actually got some of the transparency paper at my Joann's probably a yr ago it was 12.99 (-40%) for 6 sheets of 12x12. It was Scotch brand. Don't know if they still have it but worth a shot not that you will need any for the rest of your life...lol 50 sheets wow! But maybe some of your followers might want to check there. I will look next time I go and see if they still have it or maybe scotch online www.scotchbrand.com.
Wow Ellen, great video and what a great idea!
Thanks for sharing and for the chance to win:)
What a great idea! Thanks so much for sharing this tip!
this is such and awesome idea! like this you can always get custom rubons all the time
Wow, what an awesome idea! I can't wait to try this with the My Digital Studio software from Stampin Up.
Awesome Ellen, cute card too! I've seen this done with white or black gel pens writing onto wax paper & then ironing onto fabric to cover an album or book. I like this since I'm more of a card maker than scrapbooker.
Already a follower & thanks for the chance to win.
Crafteanna at aol dot com
Amrugg63 at gmail dot com
That is SO COOL! I am going to try this FOR SURE! Thanks for the great tutorial and giveaway!
booger1 at tds.net
What a great tutorial. I seen this on utube but to hard to follow. Thanks for making it easy for us. I do follow you.
awesome awesome awesome! this is so great for me as we dont get rub ons here! I hope this works for me!!! Thank you SO much
Hi Ellen - thanks for the comments on my blog - yea i would be interested in blog hops - im totally new to it and taking part in one soon so hopefully i will then know what im doing !! so please do count me in. cheers
This is so cool!
TFS! I am going to have to give this a try!
rebatw@yahoo dot com
Fabulous idea! I sometimes print sentiments off of my computer but this is SO much more flexible! Thanks!
What a wonderful tip. There are always times when you need something out of the ordinary to comple a project and now you can create it. Love your video BTW It was great.
Great idea. Expensive, so thanks for the opportunity to win.
nana5604 at gmail dot com
Very pretty card. Great idea for those cards already made. I wonder if I can even do it with my printer...it has pigment ink. I will have to give it a try sometime.
Great Idea!! Would love to win those sheets.
Oh, yes, yes, yes! I want to try this! How fun it would be to be able to customize rub-ons! Keep the good ideas coming!
Wow, that is really cool. I can use this technich alot .
Thanks for as chance to win this!
revitup at centurytel.net
very neat, I didnt know this was possible! great job!!!
michelle at scrappinwithmybug.com
This is brilliant! Thank you so much for sharing!
This is really a great idea. A very good tutorial I guess when you do this you fill the entire sheet not to waste the transpariecy. Am I correct that the same spot is not reusable ?
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