Happy Tuesday! Hope you all had a great weekend. I had a very enjoyable weekend in Boston with the Collins Group trade show. I really enjoyed Demoing and instructing Make and Takes for Viva Decor. I’ll be heading out to St Cloud Minnesota this weekend (April 1-3rd) to be instructing with Viva Decor Products at the Crafts Direct store. So if you’re in the area, stop by Crafts Direct on Saturday April 2rd from 1:00 – 3:00pm.
Now for the Tuesday Tutorial:
This is a simple cheery spring colorful card to say HELLO! I used the Rub On tool from Basic Gray to show how easy it can be to apply down rubons even over multiple layers of cardstock and then just bling up the card.
I hope you all have a great day and I’ll catch ya soon!
I love this card! So cute!! You are the best Megan!! Thank you!
Very cute card. I likr the tool. Now maybe I won’t be so scared to use the rub ons.
Love this card. I have loads of buttons but never use them. You have inspired me to start.
Love the card great job as always. Hope you and family are doing ok. Thank you for that you do. firstname.lastname@example.org
that is super cute and easy. Love your videos.
Simply Adoriable! Very cute and sweet!
LOVE it!!! I have never used a rub on before- will have to try it! You are so inspirational! Hope that you learn some more tips for all of us and you share them soon! Blessings to you and your family!
Loved the card. Rub-ons are always a problem for me. The popsicle stick never works right. The stamps are great. Have to look up Unity Stamps. Love the weekly tutorials..keep on scrappin’
Fran from Frankfort
Really cute card ! So cheerful!
Have a great time in St. Cloud wish i could be there to meet you.
Love the cute card. Thanks for sharing
A nice spring card. Thanks!
Hello Megan, very pretty card and coll tool going to get one soon.Thanks for the tip.Have a good one. Hugs Millie
I love the cute little card 🙂
Really cute card. Didn’t know you were in Boston. I live about an hour away from there.
Love the card, thanks for sharing
very cute card and easy to make. anita
Another great card! Very very cute!!!!
I hear your gonna be at Crafts Direct!! You must be going to the swarm. I am so sad that I won’t be making it there to see you again. We had to pass this swarm due to a conflict. You guys have fun and say Hi to Gena and all the girls at the store for me. Safe travels and hope to see you next time.
another cute card
Thanks for showing us how to make such an adorable “Spring is in the Air” card.
I look forward to seeing you in Cloudy town! Love the card 🙂
What a fantastic card!!! I love that it is a “non-cricut” card 🙂 Love my Cricut but it is nice to just make a card using other tools and elements also! Have a fabulous time this weekend… wish we had fun stuff like that in Western Ks.
What a very cute card! Thank you, Megan, I love your tutorials! I am hoping in the future to get the viva decor pens and the tool you just used to do my rub on! God Bless, and have fun at the trade show!
Very nice card. I always have trouble with rub-ons they always tare. Thanks for the tips.
Who knew rub ons could be easy. Thanks for the tips
Wish I would have know you were going to St. Cloud, that’s my hometown and I would have loved to make a trip to see you (and family then) LOL
I cut my rubbons out because I find that some of the other rubbons stick even if I am not pressing on them.
I also have bought some Viva Decor pearl pens and LOVE them.
Very nice. Bright & cheerful. Thanks for sharing.
Always been afraid to try rub-ons, thanks for the pointers, now maybe I will be brave. Great cheerful card! Thanks for another great tutorial!
Love your cute card ! What a neat little rub on tool! I love how you layered the clouds~ i have to try that!
Cute card! Makes me feel like spring is really on it’s way.
Love the cute rub on and the clouds being layered. Great idea, thanks for sharing.
Really cute card, thanks for sharing all the techniques.~suz
CUTE CARD AND SOME NEAT TIPS. THANKS.
Such a cute card! Loving the cloud punch, and I have so many rub ons in my stash I’ve never used. I’m thinking I better get busy! TFS 😀
Love this little card. it would cheer up anyones day.
Cute and easy card with just enough technique to jazz up a simple LO. TFS
What a sweet and happy card, Megan. Thanks for sharing.
Megan, I love this card. So glad for your tips on rub-ons. Also – I’m checking out the Unity Stamps! Thanks for sharing.
Cute card! 🙂 Always inspiring.
Thanks Megan. I have a fear of using rub-ons and I will try using your technique and maybe I will have more luck than just using the popsicle stick.
Love the Unity Stamps. Hope they will be at CKC in Mesa, AZ next month. I also find that cutting out my rub-ons before I use them prevents “over flow” of nearby rub-ons. I have a Basic Grey rubbing tool, and use it all the time. Thanks so much for your tutorials Megan. They are so inspiring!!
Thank you, very cute card
I think I’ll buy that tool. But, I’ll have to cut out my rub on so I don’t put down the one next to the one I really want.
Thanks for sharing so many cute ideas for cards. The time spent doing all these videos is greatly appreciated.
What a cute card! I loved the layering of the buttons! What a great change-up~
Sweet card. Have to get me that tool from Basic grey. Thanks for the tutorial.
Thanks so much for the video and demo. Although, I do not use many rub-ons, I do have some, and your video has me thinking more about using those and stickers on my cards. Especially stickers, I have lots, and never seem to get around to using them. Thanks again!
Such a cute card. I have used rub on’s before and love them.
Great tip about the rub on tool and very cute card. Have a great day.
Very cute card and no cricut. So it is possible!
This is a cute card. I Love the colors. TFS
Love the rub-on tool! Thanx for sharing!
Oh so cute. Might have to get that cloud punch!
I never would’ve applied rub-ons on a card! They look so cute! Thanks for sharing!
Megan, you did it again very cute card! My goodness you are off again this week-end! I found today that my “future” home closed escrow so I will be moving soon! I can’t wait to set up my craft room… etc etc
Excited you will be in St. Cloud this weekend! What a cute card.
How do you keep the inks from smearing the opposite page? Such as when you place inked designs inside a greeting card? I have had problems with the ink rubbing off onto the opposite side/page. Love your videos thanks
love the card and the rub-on tool!!
Awesome card!! Thanks so much for sharing the technique tip about how to cleanly apply rub-ons on multi-layer cardstock projects. I can’t tell you how many times that I decide after the project is nearly finished to add rub-ons…now, hopefully, they will look perfect everytime!! Wahoo!!
So I see you’ll be coming to Crafts Direct in Waite Park, MN. Darn I missed you by 6 days. We just stopped there after scrapping north of there at Raspberry Ridge. I bought more Viva Decor Pens. I had two and just love them. What a great product. Sure wish I could have met you. Can’t you come to the Mpls area?
What a cute and easy card! Thanks for the great ideas!
Have stayed away from rub-ons but won’t any longer!
thanks for a cute tutorial.
Hi, cute card. I have that tool and glad to see I am using it correctly. QUESTION: I’ve never seen those foam dots in diamonds before. What are they?
God’s Blessings on you and your family.