Scrapbooking Stickers

Scrapbooking Rub On Transfers

Posted on April 1, 2009 by Jennifer Gormly

Tags: , ,

Scrapbooking Rub On Transfers

Scrapbooking rub on transfers are always a big hit, but I am often asked about the process of transferring them to your layouts and how to make sure your scrapbooking rub-ons look fabulous every time. So, I thought it was time I provided you with an easy-to-follow step by step guide. So here it is!

Step 1:

Scrapbooking Rub On Transfers

Always cut out the individual rub on you wish to use from the sheet. If you don’t, it is very easy to transfer unwanted sections of other rub-ons onto your page and they are often impossible to remove.

Step 2:

Scrapbooking Rub On Transfers 2

Remove the backing paper from the back of your rub on and position your rub on wherever you want it to appear on your project.

Step 3:

Scrapbooking Rub On Transfers 3

Using a paddle pop stick, thoroughly rub over the entire image. Do not be afraid of rubbing too much – you want your rub on to completely transfer to your background. Make sure you hold your rub on firmly in place so it does not move.

Step 4:

Scrapbooking Rub On Transfers 4

Very slowly pull the transfer paper up from your rub on a little at a time. Do not remove the whole sheet at once as you may need to fix up your rub on.

The image should have completely transferred, but if you see an area where it has not, place the transfer paper back down and continuing rubbing. Once you are sure the rub on transfer is complete, remove the transfer paper.

Step 5:

Scrapbooking Rub On Transfers 5

Enjoy your new masterpiece!

Here are a few ideas on how to incorporate scrapbooking rub on transfers into your layouts.

Love Is Eternal with Basic Grey Rub-Ons
http://www.stickersnfun.com/doodlebug-stickers/

Five Storied Pagoda with Bo Bunny Rub-Ons
http://www.stickersnfun.com/embellishing-scrapbooking-rub-ons/

Ishi Dorii with Bazzill Rub-Ons
http://www.stickersnfun.com/scrapbooking-ideas-using-layering/

I hope you have found this tutorial helpful. If you have any questions or comments on scrapbooking rub on transfers, please leave a comment in the box below.

Related Posts:

This entry was posted on Wednesday, April 1st, 2009 at 6:11 pm and is filed under Rub-Ons. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.

Comments

7 Responses to “Scrapbooking Rub On Transfers”

  1. Barbara Hudson on April 8th, 2009 8:51 am

    Thanks for the scapbooking ideas, i have just started and have a long way to go,do you think its better to do a beginers class or can one learn through mags etc.

  2. Magical Scrapbooking Rub-Ons | Scrapbooking Ideas Centre on May 26th, 2009 10:08 pm
  3. Yahyra on June 16th, 2009 7:53 am

    I purchased some rub-on stickers, but they are on tissue paper. I do not know how to apply them. Please help.

  4. Pattie on September 16th, 2009 10:14 am

    I am having a problems putting rub-ons on candles.
    Thanks, Pattie

  5. Pattie on September 16th, 2009 10:15 am

    Adding rub-ons to candles and getting them to stick.
    Thanks, Pattie

  6. Joan Duncan on October 25th, 2010 3:28 am

    I have been unable to get the image to leave the plastic backing completely (some comes off, some does not). I followed the instructions on the back of the product, cutting the transfer out and using the paddle tool provided. Should I be preparing the transfer in any way before rubbing it on the paper so that it will more easily leave the plastic?

  7. shop adidas on April 24th, 2014 3:46 pm

    Have you ever considered creating an ebook or guest authoring
    on other blogs? I have a blog based upon on the
    same topics you discuss and would love to have you share some stories/information.
    I know my readers would appreciate your work.
    If you’re even remotely interested, feel free to send me an e mail.

Leave a Reply




Card Making Ideas eBook
Subscribe for your free email newsletter full of great scrapbooking ideas and your FREE Birthday Card Making Ideas eBook.

Enter your details below:

First name:

E-mail:

 
More Info
Scrapbooking Sketches
Card Making Sketches
Quotes
Sketches
Book Of Me
Old Scrapbooking Ideas

The Basics
Beginners Guide
History
Colour Wheel
Glossary

Techniques
Quick Layouts
  Lots of Photos
  The Wharf
  Crabs
  Country Bears
  Asian
Altered Items
  Travel Box
  Paint Tins
  Frames
  Clipboard
  Magnet
Backgrounds
  Beauty
  Buzz
  Long Walk
  Christmas
  Our House
Borders
  Sequences
  Nature
  Leaves
  Christmas Borders
  Stamp Borders
  Colour Blocking
  Kitty
  Rainforest
  Sir William Mog
  Playful
  Daisy
  Swimming
Card Making
  Easter
  Floral Cards
  Christmas Cards 1
  Christmas Cards 2
  Christmas Cards 3
  Tag Art
  Christmas Cards 4
  Birthday
  Floral
  Happy Birthday
  Presents
  Pirates
  Ice-cream
  Christmas Cards 5
Chalking
Chipboard
Circles
  New Friends
  Ikebukuro
  Stitch
  Santa
  Angels
  Disney Cruise
  Beauty
  Toontown
Collages
  Friendship
  Design Team 2
  Heritage
  Inking
  Inking 2
  Distressing
  Brothers
  Sanbutsudo
Colour Blocking
  Chatterbox
  Dreams on Parade
Diamond Folding
Doodling
Fancy Frames
  Suzy's Zoo
  Land of Nod
  Hoppy Easter
  Daydreamer
  Sundae
  Wedding
  Futarasan
Flowers
  Template
  Journey
Glitter
Inking
  Australia
  More Inking
  Dimension
  Water
  Raspberries
  Rinnoji
Journaling
  Creative Titles
  Hidden Journalling
  Mini Envelopes
  Creative Titles 2
  Without Photos
  Creative Titles 3
  Destination
  Journaling Hearts
Matting
  Lilo & Stitch
  4th Birthday
Mini Albums
  Floral
  Little Book
  Squash Book
  Baby Boy
  Baby Girl
  About You
  Sunbursts
  Christmas
Microscope Slides
Mulberry Paper
Paper Tearing
  Koalas
  Christmas
  Dimension 1
  Dimension 2
  Sky Rail
  Toontown
  Christmas
  Monuments
  Shiba Park
Patterned Papers
  Combining Papers
  Choosing Papers
  Co-ordinating
  Paper Collections
  Paper Collections 2
  Matching
  Layering 1
  Layering 2
  Embellish 1
  Embellish 2
  Embellish 3
  Simply You
  Boys
  Cairns
  Locals
  Ashleigh
  So Happy Together
  Love
  B'day Flowers
  Turns 3
  Fishing w/ Dad
  Too Cute
  Turns 13
  Asakusa
  My First Day
  Curious Cat
  Disney
Rub-ons
Scrapbooking Sketches
  Sketches 1
  Sketches 2
  Paisley
  Petals
  Fatherhood
  Beach Babes
  Sketches 7
Serendipity Squares
  The Basics
  Baby Girl
Sewing
  At the Park
  Sunshine
Shaker Boxes
Scrapbooking Stickers
Tags
  The Basics
  Tag Border
  Suzy's Zoo Tags
  Cat with Kittens
  Journaling Tags
  Design Team 4
  Stickers & Tags