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    RAE
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      Hiya, gals! My Saturday tutorial is a bit late today. Sorry. (Sick kids, and no sleep, and procrastinating make a great combo.) But, it’s all about adhesive rub ons from Prima. Here’s the project I made showing some different ways you can use them.

      Check out the blog for the tutorial: http://swirlydoos.blogspot.com/2016/02/using-adhesive-rub-ons-tutorial-with-rae.html

      #438804
      RAE
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        If you guys use these rub ons in a different way, post them here and tell us what you did so we can all learn from each other!

        #438811
        Bec
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          Amazing video Rae, I love this project and now I can’t wait to get my hands on those rub ons ?

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          msjan1
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            Love this tut, Rae. Thanks for sharing!

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            RAE
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              Thanks, ladies! πŸ™‚

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              Barbara
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                Ok now I understand the rub on foil in the kit, but does it work on all rub ons?

                #438863
                droopidog
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                  No, only on adhesive rub ons. There needs to be something for the mediums to adhere to. Regular rub ons don’t provide the same functionality.

                  The foil doesn’t have adhesive, therefore trying to use it on anything non adhesive would be counterproductive. It won’t stick.

                  • This reply was modified 1 year, 6 months ago by droopidog droopidog.

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                  #438934
                  StephD
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                    Great tutorial Rae, I had no idea you could use rub on’s like that!

                    #439051
                    Peggy
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                      Rae, this is soooooo pretty!!!!

                      A clean house is the sign of a lazy scrapper.

                      #439129
                      Angelica
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                        Thanks for sharing, Rae! When I saw the roll on the kit I had no idea how to use it! πŸ™‚

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                        msjan1
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                          I told Kim, when I first saw the rub ons, I did not read the word ADHESIVE so I just saw yellow rub ons and wondered “what the heck” will I do with all these yellow rub ons. Well duh! Ya gotta read, girl!

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                          talkis
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                            Amazing video. Wow

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                            Peggy
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                              I’ve opened my kit and I can’t wait to have me some rub-on fun!!! Let’s see what happens πŸ™‚
                              And thanks again for the tutorial, Rae.

                              A clean house is the sign of a lazy scrapper.

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