Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Oh no I didn't!

*EDIT* Cassie @ Primitive and Proper is way more street then me and schooled me in the instead of "Oh no I didn't" your head you should be saying "Oh no she di-int!"  Which is way better and makes me sound a tad cooler then I was before ;-).  Peace. Andi out.

Oh yeah.  I did.  I couldn't help it.  I loved this one so much and so did you (#1 post!) that when I saw these rub ons at Hobby Lobby before I knew it they were in my cart ;-) I was a little off on my placement and put the rub ons too close to the edges, but I still love it.  It goes great with my dollar decor I made this past weekend.

This time I thought I'd show you really quickly how I did it.  Easy Peasy!

First cut some scrapbook paper the size you want.  I cut mine 5 by 7.  Pick a paper that isn't very detailed so that the rub ons stand out.  This one has some faint snowflakes.

Then cut out each rub on individually.

Then arrange them until you like the layout.

I obviously didn't choose the above as my final layout just forgot to take a picture. ugh.

Next you want to take the vellum backing off and start rubbing.  {Okay so the juvenile inside me is laughing and in a Beavis voice saying "She said 'start rubbing'...heh heh" } 

Put in  frame and voila Christmas subway art!

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  1. i think you are supposed to say it like this: "on no she di-int!" imagine a head snap while i say it.
    looks great, andi- love how you have all 3 set up together! happy thanksgiving to you and your family!

  2. LOVE! Feel free to send it my way when you're done. Bwahahahaha! ;) Great job chicka!

  3. Cute! And thanks for the Mrs Meyer comment!


  4. Too cute and even a craft-challenged person like me could pull this off with your helpful tutorial. Great job! Thanks for sharing and Happy Thanksgiving!

  5. Krista @ While He Was NappingNovember 26, 2010 at 11:49 AM

    Gorgeous! I'm in craft love!
    Thanks for linking!


  6. Hi! Featured this gorgeous project today at A Crafty Soiree at

  7. this take on the popular subway art feels so much more authentic...

    love it!

    i think I may "borrow" this idea for something I am working on with all of my food allergies. (odd choice for subway art, but I plan to inject some humor and add it in my kitchen)

    I promise to link back if I do!

    p.s. if you have a chance, link this post up to my new party Creative Juice Thursdays!

  8. I love this! What a great idea!


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