Make Party Favors for a Bridal Showercomments (5) August 9th, 2013
Carefully, lift an edge of the clear plastic. Is the rub-on design sticking to your surface? If not, rub the beginning of the design, keeping the clear plastic layer over the rub-on (burnishing the image directly will tear or rip the image).
Carefully lift the clear plastic, continuing to burnish wherever the rub-on isn't quite sticking. Discard the clear layer when it's completely removed and the rub-on is in place.
Step 3: Fill your tin with tea and place at each table setting. If you like, you can put each guest's initial on a tin to reflect your seating chart. Now think about what else you can get to rubbing (just look for things that don't need to be washed often, as the rub-ons will rub off if you fiddle with them too much).
|Hambly has all sorts of rub-ons, including letters and decorative borders. Love.|
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