Monday, December 12, 2011

Rubbing it On with Bo Bunny

Happy Monday!
It's the start of another day closer to Christmas.
This past Saturday night, I had a chance to play around
with a set of new rub-ons from Bo Bunny that I picked up
on my last trip to Archivers.


I don't use rub-ons all the often, but every now and then,
I like to play with something different and something
that gives me an opportunity to whip up lots of cards
all in one go.

All of these cards are pretty self-explanatory.
What I love about rub-ons is that, when you patiently apply
them, the finished surface is so smooth, almost like
it's printed onto the surface.
I just added a stamped sentiment and a little bling
and that's it.
Here are a few more cards using different images from the set.

So that does it for today.
I hope you will make plans to stop by tomorrow over at
I will be sharing another post there as December's Guest Designer
and I'm really looking forward to it!

Thank you for coming by The Open Window.
Let me know you were here, make sure there is an
email that I can respond to and I will pop by to say hello!

Project Recipe:
Stamps: Various sentiments from Hampton Arts, The Paper Company
Ink: Slate from A Muse Studio
Rub-ons by Bo Bunny, Stickles, gems & mini brads from Recollections


Katie said...
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Katie said...

Pretty cards! I don't use rub-ons much either but should probably pull out the ones in my stash and put 'em to use! ;) TFS!

{ kelly jo } said...

I found your blog because of the FB post by Spellbinders asking if their fans had blogs. So glad I clicked on yours! I would never have guessed these were rub ons- so cool!

Lisa said...

Pure holiday delights Julie,...very pretty!

coKo said...

Every time I've a look to your blog, I find a new idea. I like really what you have done in this post and have reinterpreted (I'm not sure it's the right word, sorry) one of your cards. You can find my card here :
Hope you understand a little bit french : I just create my own bauble stamp.
Thanks for sharing...