April 23, 2016

How To Create a Clean and Simple Card using Prima Rub-ons and Glitter

Hello everyone!!  Kymona, here again with another clean and simple card for you.  I can't get enough of these Prima Rub-ons.  They are so easy to use especially if you need a quick card a the last minute.
Today I'm going to show you how to create a clean and simple card using Prima rub-ons and glitter!!!  Yes, glitter!!  Don't fret, glitter will not take over your work area, I promise.  LOL!!

Take a look at my card:

Isn't this amazing!!!  I'm totally in love with this butterfly.  The glitter looks fabulous!! Do you want to know how to create this?  

Great I'm going to tell you!!

1. Cut the card stock to an A2 size card, 4.25 by 5.50 scored at 5.50.

2. Cut out the butterfly rub-on and center it on the front of the card. 

3. Using the stick that comes with the rub-ons,  rub the butterfly onto the card front.

4. Gently lift the transparent sheet to reveal your butterfly.

5. Sprinkle the glitter on top of the rub-on, covering the entire rub-on.

6. Shake off the excess glitter.

7. Stamp the sentiment.

8. Round off the bottom corners.

Super easy and fun.  Totally creating time: 4 minutes from start to finish!

Note: I made this card a couple of weeks ago and the glitter is still in place today. 

Here is a closer look:

So what do you think?  Please let me know below.  I love all of the different ways to use rub-ons. 


The glitter I used was just some random glitter I had in my stash.  You can use any glitter you have. 

Thank you so much for stopping by!


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  1. I can't wait til my order gets here!! I'm waiting for the mail man now!!!

  2. I can't wait til my order gets here!! I'm waiting for the mail man now!!!

  3. Woah! I did not know you could do that with rub-ons! Beautiful card and great tip Kymona! I will be trying this out with the ones I have in my stash. Thank you so much for sharing! ^__^ *Big Panda Hugs* <3


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