Monday, April 28, 2008

Gifts Galore - Rub Ons and More!

Hello :) I have begun doing some research about selling my stuff on so watch for more information coming soon.
In addition to cards, I'd also like to start selling some more home decor kind of stuff. Here are a few examples. These were so easy to make and I think turned out so pretty! SU! has just started to sell rub-ons and here are a couple of examples of how you might use them. I found this frame on sale at Walmart. The candles and taper holders came from Bed, Bath and Beyond 75% off! Rub Ons can be used on lots of different items ... but remember that they are not washable ... so if you use them on plates or cups you'll really only be able to lightly brush them off -- NO WATER! They are also great on cards and in scrapbooks. I hope to use them that way in the next couple of days.

I am also posting a few other home decor items to give you a taste of what I have already done.
1.)There is a name frame for my neice, Alaina. That was a First Communion gift.
2.) A gift pack for my nephew, Daniel's birthday last year turned out really cute. He likes to find treasures and "write books" so I included a journal, lunchbox tin, bookmark, cd tin scrapbook and a name frame for his room, too.
3.) I also designed a name for Kamryn's room using wooden letters and printed paper from my LSS (local scrapbooking store)
4.) The "E" was given to my neice Emily for her birthday last year. Got the big "E" from Archivers and found super cute matching paper and tags there, too. This was lots of fun to make.
5.) I have also made toothfairy boxes for a couple of my neices and nephews (the fairy and the frog prince). These were made from zip drive boxes I got free from the doctor's office I used to work at. They are about the size of an Altoid box.

If you have any questions about Rub-Ons let me know. The options with them are limitless! I have a few other ideas floating around in my head for home decor/gift items so as I finish them I will post!

Thanks for looking,


Pam's Pride said...

Wow! You have made a lot of really nice stuff!!

Carole said...

I love what you have done with the rub-ons. They are great aren't they?!

Teresa said...

These are all lovely! Thanks for the ideas!!!

Danyelle Kessler said...

I had to link your post to my UNUSUAL FINDS section of my blog. Always looking for something fresh and edgy. Great projects!

daiseyfreak said...

how cute are these!

kerianne said...

What beautiful things!! I love them!!