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I will be trying it shortly to get my "cherish" rubon that I cant find anywhere
1. Materials: ink-jet transparency, spray protectant in matte finish, craft stick or rub-on applicator
2. Spray the protectant over your transparency and let it dry. Mark the untouched side of the transparency with a permanent marker so you will know which side to print on. Print your image on the sprayed side of teh transparency, making sure to change your settings to print on transparency.
3. Let transparency dry for about 10 minutes then position it on your layout. Use a craft stick or rub-on applicator to rub the entire image onto your surface.
Hope this helps! If anyone tries it I want to see a picture of your finished product and any tips that you might have. I will have to wait to try it until I make it to town to pick up some spray protectant with a matte finish...
I saw that in the latest scrapbook ect magazine. The pic they showed looked great, but I am all thumbs when it comes to that stuff, so I am not sure how it would turn out. But I can't wait to see your pic.