Sunday, May 4, 2008

A picture is worth a thousand words....

And this picture melts my heart. This was at my wedding in 2006, my mom dancing with my baby nephew (who reminds me that he is 'no longer a baby auntie!').

I wanted to make a fun project for my Stamp Club and since Mother's Day is coming up I thought picture frames would be perfect. Everyone seems to be scared to use rub-ons but they truly are SO EASY!

Be sure to always clean your surface with alcohol to remove any grease, dust or residue. Simply cut out the rub-on of choice (I used one from the Sale-A-Bration set) and place it on the glass where desired. Each rub-on pack comes with a "rub-on tool" (popsicle stick people, sheesh). Just rub the stick over the image and slowly remove the paper. If a piece doesn't attach, just put it back in place and rub it again.

It's wonderful for vases, glass candle holders and obviously frames. Just be sure you only use a soft cloth to clean with as the rub-ons are not dishwasher-proof or Windex friendly. ;)

4 comments:

Jessie/knightrone said...

This is so precious!

Julie Masse said...

Beautiful Jillian!! it's just a perfect picture! :)

Diane said...

What a gorgeous frame!!

Terri Fleming said...

How sweet! What a great way to use the rub ons!

Terri F