Written and Created by PaperCraftCentral Susan
Rubons are images that have a sticky backing.You can put them on many surfaces.
"Life is just a scrapbook
waiting for us to put it on acid free paper."
These papercraft embellishments are different from stickers as they
do not have the clear outline around them that stickers have and they
are more finely detailed in many cases. Also, they are not raised.
Small Warning! Once they are stuck down, they are almost impossible to remove without scratching hard, so do be sure you have found the right place for them before applying them or your project surface may be marred.
Rubons are applied using a flat stick like a paddle-pop stick. There is usually a wooden ice cream stick included in the packet just for this purpose. The secret is to keep the image attached to its clear plastic backing until you actually rub it onto your project:
And there you have it! Your rub on should now be safely in place and looking good!
How can you use them?
Now for a challenge:
If you would like to go a step beyond and make your own customised transfers, you might be surprised at how simple this can be to do.
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