Earlier this year, while attending CHA in California, I had the opportunity to meet Christine while she was working in the Prima booth.
Her art is a reflection of her as a person; quite lovely. She’s bright and engaging, very kind, and talented as all get out. Margaret and I chatted with her for a while and we came away from the booth eagerly anticipating the Rub Ons. My head was spinning with possibilities for using them. The most obvious choice is with foil, but what intrigued me the most was the idea of using glitter, given my affinity for the stuff.
In today’s video you’ll see the basics of how to use the Rub Ons with iCraft Deco Foil and Elizabeth Crafts Silk Microfine Glitter. I’ll also show a sample I made using embossing powder, which is applied in the same way as glitter, then heated to melt the powder.
The imagery you’ll see in the Rub Ons is really, really nice. Christine is adept at combining elements to make collage styled graphics that are perfect for many kind of projects from home décor to cards, art journals, and many mixed media type creations.
Best of all is how simple they are to use, which I’ll demo in the video. I hope you have fun!
Supplies For This Video:
Though I don’t demo them in the video, the WOW Fab Foils work the same as the Deco Foil. The line is smaller, but there are good colors in it too! Click here to see the Fab Foils.