3.23.2009

I spy with my gcd eye

Yesterday I went over to the new CK Blog and I was so delighted to find this post about
border rub-ons. When I looked closely, I noticed our cute rub-ons made the cut.
This was such great news... that I decided "we should have another give away!"

Leave a comment telling me what you would make with these rub-ons and I'll pick a winner tomorrow. Also I'll show a layout I made using the same rub-ons.
~H
P.S. Only 4 more days to submit to the Open DT call!

57 comments:

  1. I am posting just for sharing since I just won a wonderful gift. Though I do love rub-ons.

    I would use them on a wonderful page of my son and daughter on the beach along the Oregon coast. I would love to see the five petal flowers cut apart and used on different pale colored cardstocks then layered back together again. The swirly boarder punch would look great along the side or bottom of one of my photos and I love flourishes so I would probably cut the flourish at the bottom of the package, in half horizontally and use it on the top and bottom of a different pic or OHHH a journal box... ya.. that would look great.

    Great question...

    ~ Grace ~

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  2. Wow, it's no wonder they made the cut. They are absolutely beautiful. When I first saw them, I thought wintery Christmas cards and wintery layouts. Also, since I love to spend so much time at the lake, I could sure make good use of them on a cottage layout. What a great prize. Good luck to all!

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  3. Those rub ons are so fun! I would use them on a layout of my Toot for sure! :)

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  4. I see a cute Easter layout using the borders above! We also go to the lake around July, I would use the Caribbean Blues rubons with those layouts.

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  5. Obviously these would work GREAT on a layout, but I can also see them working really well on altered projects!! I have a birdhouse to alter & these would be REALLY cute as little accents!!

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  6. I would use them for a beach layout with my husband and me. It just seems like we relax and are more chill whenever we get to take a vacation to the beach! And sometimes the beach is like you are caught in a daydream! Very cute rubons by the way.

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  7. Well what's great about them is they could make several different projects. I would definitely use that little fish on a card. Maybe an encouragement card "Just keep swimming" or just a little greeting "Swimming by the say hi." What a fun little giveaway.

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  8. While it is a Caribbean Blues titled package, it seems that you could also use most of the rub-ons for a Winter-themed card or LO as well! :-)

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  9. These are beautiful. I just got back from the beach and the fish and flower immediatly caught my eye so I would use them to document my Tampa Beach vacation with my honey. : )

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  10. Hummm... I know this is supposed to be something "beachy"... hence the name "Caribbean Blues" and the fish and flowers, but I saw these rubons and had a totally different idea. An 8" x 8" acrylic wall hanging with a picture of the kids in the snow... the blues just called out "SNOW" to me!

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  11. CONGRATS! :)

    I would do a layout of my daughters, what else!? hehe

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  12. Very pretty! I have some pretty awesome Florida vacation files that I would scrap a layout with them!

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  13. Love those rub-ons, I would use them to create a great layout from my recent cruise to the eastern caribbean.

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  14. gorgeous! i would love to use them on LOs, cards, altered projects! i think they would look wonderful on my current scrappy notebook that i am altering!

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  15. so many options to do. I would make a masculine card and maybe a beach layout...i would definetly apply them on white....it would look so cool

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  16. I would use them for a layout of my two sons in the tub. The fish would be perfect for that. I could also use the row of swirls as a border for the picture...they look a little like bubbles!

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  17. Oh...so cute. I am going to alter a frame and would love to use these!

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  18. We live 15 minutes from the beach and spend lots and lots of time there so of course a beach-y layout for sure!!

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  19. Super cute! I would make a really fun mini album of my 18mo old twins playing in the pool last summer. Definitely a memory that deserves its own album filled with cute-ness.

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  20. These are super cute! I would probably use these for a trip we took last fall and or our getaway this past weekend to just CHILL during spring break!!

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  21. I think these would be awesome on a winter layout (especially the border rubs) and since we still have tonnes of snow here I've got photos galore!

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  22. This may sound off the wall... and I'm not even sure it would work. I'm in the midst of decorating pointe shoes (painting old shoes and then embellishing them with all kinds of notions), and it just occured to me that if they were large enough (or I had 2 sheets), these would be very cool on one of the shoes.

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  23. I see both feminine and masculine aspects to the rub-on designs... so many possibilities! I'd make a few girlie cards and a few boyish cards too!

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  24. I am thinking of making my boys bathroom into a beach theme and these would look so cute on some altered accessories like around a toothbrush cup or on a wall hanging for that room!

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  25. These are so beautiful - love these cool blues. I'd probably use them on a layout of my nephew at the lake. :)

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  26. cards! cards! cards! Love those rubons!

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  27. i would make a beautiful card and a LO of my baby sister in the snow! i also might make a LO with some photos of some tub time!

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  28. to be honest I would give them to my 13 year old daughter and she would make something beautiful with them - like a mini photo album for her bff or maybe make a surprise for me!

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  29. How fabulous would these look on an acrylic mini-album!! There's so many on a sheet, I'd be spreading them over layouts and cards too.

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  30. What would I make with these rub-ons?? They would be great used on a tin, jar, or Christmas ornament. They would look fabulous on a card too!! :D

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  31. great rub-ons. I'm sure they would be used with a layout of my precious granddaughter.

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  32. I hope I am not too late. I know exactly what I would do with them. I have some really great pictures of my husband and I in Mexico, snorkeling. I would love to make a frame with the rubons. Then add some yellow and red. Thanks for the giveaway!!
    Blessings~~~ Danielle

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  33. I have some great pictures from our vacation over Christmas in Cabo. Love these rub-ons!

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  34. I see them being used on my florida vacation album, which is coming very soon! May 7th, hurry up and get here!!!

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  35. OOOooo. I am def an alter gal, I woulod love to make a photo frame with these wonderful rubons. Thanks charlotte

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  36. I love them. I would use them for beach layouts. For my Savannah trip with my sister and her girls.

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  37. you know...I am a sucker for putting rub ons on my pictures..I totally rock this out and color ones are good for this too.. and sometimes I use for a border around my pictures..because I usually have to have a mat--a OCD of mine--but this helps my pictures stand out w/o using one--thanks for the heads up and candy!!

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  38. I would use them to make a frame for a photo or to frame the entire layout!

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  39. I would use them as overlays on altered black and white photos of my DS. Then those photos with pops of blue would go on a LO!

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  40. Oh My what gorgeous rubons! I would use them for altered candles, cards and layouts. So many ideas....

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  41. these would be perfect for an altered picture frame of dh and I at the beach :D

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  42. I think they'd look super cute on a cruise layout or a page about getting a tattoo! They look great!

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  43. If I had these rub-on's, I think I'd make a book about what makes me happy! I've never done a "ME" book and I hope it doesn't sound too selfish...but, that's what I'd make!

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  44. Aren't those just adorable! Perfect for any page really! And I think they woudl make great cards!

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  45. I would put them in my summer o8' book , I need to finish it badly !!!! and this would give me the mojo to finish !!! Thanks

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  46. Love these rub-ons. I love the rich colors of blue.

    How would I use them? Why I would use them for a GCD DT project. Tee hee. Sorry I couldn't resist. LOL.

    Naw really though...I would love to use them on a layout of Crater Lake. The scenery there is so serene and peaceful. These would go perfect for it!

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  47. The word CHILL and the little swirly flurry under it caught my eye instantly. I think I'd be doing a snow page, with snowflakes all around that flurry and the kids catching snowflakes on their tongues.

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  48. These are really cute and it reminds me of the kids laying around getting some sun with their sunglasses on! I think they woud look great on an acrylic mini album!

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  49. I'd use most of these rubons for the ski vacation mini-book I'm making.

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  50. They would be cute to make decor for the patio- use them on candle votives or even rub them onto ceramic or plastic flowerpots. And of course lo's, cards, and tags too!

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  51. I would definitely use these for a mini album about Guam. Our family had the wonderful experience of living there for two years. I love that color, it reminds me of our condo on the beach.

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  52. OK...first of all...DROOL! Blue is my favourite colour. I would make a layout and a few cards with this set.

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  53. I'd use them in a mini album or a idea board I'm thinking about making.

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  54. Love the rubs... yum! I would use them on a few acrylic cards!! I love using rubs on clear cards.. they look fabulous! :)

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  55. Oooo...I'm lovin' that flower! When I saw these I immediately thought of using them on an acrylic tag card.
    I also thought that the "caught in a daydream" saying would be perfect on a layout of my daughter. I catch her daydreaming a lot!

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