Rub-on Transfers

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Rub-on Transfers

I'm looking for some rub on transfers, specifically of quotes and sayings. Do you all know any good sites that sell them? Also, does anyone know if/how you can make some yourself?

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I'm sorry, i have never used the rub on transfers before but i am sure one of the awesome ladies on here will have answers for you, i'm sorry i couldn't help :confused:

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I LOVE rub-ons! They are so fun to use...and super easy, too! I've never tried to make them myself.

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Try Ebay or www.susansscrapbookingshack.com or even Etsy! I love rub-ons! Sometimes Hobby Lobby will have a good sale on things like that and I'll pick up a bunch.

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I've never made my own but I have read a how-to on it, just google it... I use my 40% coupons and buy them at HL when they aren't on sale. Michaels and Joann's just don't have good selections. Try scrapbookpal.com.. they sometimes have good choices... and bargainpack.com

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Love, love, love rub ons! I wish I had more laying around. I am very picky, so it's hard for me to find the specific ones I want. I hope you can find some!

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Can you use them on paper or do you have to use them on pics?

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I think you can use them on anything.

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I make mine sometimes by printing on transparencies. I print on the transparency on the slick side of it in mirror image and then immediately rubbing it onto my paper. It works great!

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"gaidinsgirl" wrote:

I make mine sometimes by printing on transparencies. I print on the transparency on the slick side of it in mirror image and then immediately rubbing it onto my paper. It works great!

I'm going to have to try this!! Add that to the list of fun things you can do with transparencies eh? Smile TFS

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You can use them on anything.

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I love Rub-On's too!!!! I got mine from ebay. I had never used them, so I had to ask the seller how to use them. LOL After I did it the first time, I fell in love!!! GL on finding some. I'm sure the web will provide them better than some stores.

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"gaidinsgirl" wrote:

I make mine sometimes by printing on transparencies. I print on the transparency on the slick side of it in mirror image and then immediately rubbing it onto my paper. It works great!

thanks for the tip i'll have to try this

rub-ons seem a little hard to come by in stores... online is a much better way to get them

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I get a lot of mine at hobby lobby or michaels.