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Rub-ons & plastic salad bowls...

Bowls


make nice little centerpieces for scrapbook workshops. Found these plastic salad bowls at Target yesterday afternoon with the intent of having them hold inks & stuff in my workshops tomorrow. Was just going to use them as they were...but then I got to thinking...I have lots of rub-ons...I could put them to use...and make something interesting (LOL - I have lots of time to screw around with stuff like this, right?).


I used Making Memories rub-ons and a couple from Heidi Swapp. I love the cursive Making Memories font. And Heidi's are awesome - they seem sturdier than some others I have encountered and have no "ghost-like" outline around the letters.


Just so you know, the one on the right says, "embrace imperfection." This is essential when working with lots of rub-ons on round plastic bowls.


Plastic salad bowls & rub-ons...all in all, a good match

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54 thoughts

  1. Cammy says…
    06/24/2005

    Cool... very.

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  2. KimP says…
    06/24/2005

    These rock! Gotta find some of these HS rub-ons (when they're back in stock ANYWHERE)
    Have a great weekend!

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  3. Rachel says…
    06/24/2005

    Very cool A!

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  4. Meredith says…
    06/24/2005

    Ali! Such a creative idea! The people in your workshops are going to LOVE these. Your talent amazes me. I can't wait to take your color class and meet you in person when you come to Tulsa for the OK convention!
    Meredith Zuege

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  5. Raven says…
    06/24/2005

    oh. my. goodness.
    that is way too cool.

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  6. Kimberly says…
    06/24/2005

    Those are great. I may have to track some down and make some myself.

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  7. Alison says…
    06/24/2005

    Love this!!

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  8. Kimberly says…
    06/24/2005

    Those are great. I may have to track some down and make some myself.

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  9. Leslie says…
    06/24/2005

    Wouldn't ya know . . . I'm going to Target on my lunch break today! You always have such fabulous ideas!! Love these!!

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  10. Kelly says…
    06/24/2005

    Very cute! It would be fun to have them for a crop night full of candy. What a great idea.
    Kelly Perry

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  11. kristi says…
    06/24/2005

    Phat! Love putting my rub ons on regular stuff!

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  12. Kelly says…
    06/24/2005

    Love it! What a great idea!!

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  13. Jill says…
    06/24/2005

    . . . And you even made the picture of them look totally cool. . . .Gotta love that too. . .and have fun in So. Oregon !

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  14. Linda J says…
    06/24/2005

    Would love to be at your workshop!

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  15. Rosemary says…
    06/24/2005

    Oh sure, give me yet another reason to go to Target ;) Those look great!
    Are you really coming to Tulsa? Are you teaching?

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  16. Lisa S. says…
    06/24/2005

    You are so clever. Between your examples and Donna's books....I'm so ready to go home and create I can hardly stand it! Love those!

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  17. shannon montez says…
    06/24/2005

    I was thinking they were ashtrays. :) Not exactly sure why that's so funny to me...

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  18. Leah says…
    06/24/2005

    LOVE these.....pretty cute gal!!!!

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  19. Linda A. (elendae) says…
    06/24/2005

    Love this idea, Ali! Your workshop gals are going to love them too!

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  20. Terrie says…
    06/24/2005

    these are toooooo cool, ali!
    you did it again, girl!

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  21. Rhonna says…
    06/24/2005

    OH A! YOU AH SO CLEVAH! ;)

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  22. traci says…
    06/24/2005

    WAY cool project!!! So creative! Love "embrace imperfection!"

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  23. t says…
    06/24/2005

    that is so cool ali. i love it. going to look for clear stuff now and use rub ons plentifully.

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  24. Chiara says…
    06/24/2005

    very very cool now I want to play with rub-ons and bowls another way for me to get little done ;)

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  25. t says…
    06/24/2005

    that is so cool ali. i love it. going to look for clear stuff now and use rub ons plentifully.

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