Your Walt Disney World Information Station
Results 1 to 10 of 10
Disney Scrapbooking Discuss Question for anyone who knows in the Disneyana forums; I was wondering what is the deal with the rub on things? I don't get it. Wouldn't stickers work the same? Can the rub on be use over again? What ...
  1. #1
    hugemickeyfan's Avatar
    hugemickeyfan is offline A-Ticket holder
    Join Date
    Jul 2006
    Posts
    33

    Question for anyone who knows

    I was wondering what is the deal with the rub on things? I don't get it. Wouldn't stickers work the same? Can the rub on be use over again? What if you accidently move your hands, does it smear and how do you fix it? I see them at my LSS store but I just don't get it. If anyone has ever used them could you enlighten me? I just don't get it.

    Huge Mickey Fan

  2. #2
    Jiminy Cricket's Avatar
    Jiminy Cricket is offline Ultimate Park "Hopper"
    Join Date
    Aug 2004
    Location
    1,015 miles from WDW in Central Indiana; Windermere FL
    Posts
    4,702
    Wish I could help, but have no idea what you are referring to. Can you give more details?
    Lord High Keeper of the Knowledge of Right and Wrong, Counselor in Moments of Temptation, and Guide along the Straight and Narrow Path and Oldest Active DWT/WDW Radio Member

    DL: 1955* (1); WDW: 1977* (2), 1980* (2), 1985* (3), 1989* (3), 1996 (ASMu-3), 1999 (ASMo-3), 2000 (ASMu-2/PO-2), 2001 (ASMu-5), 2002 (ASMu-5), 2003 (ASMo-5), 2004* (8), 2004 (ASMo-8), 2005 (PC-10), 2006* (15), 2007* (20), 2008* (22), 2009* (26), 2010* (27), 2011* (32), 2012* (39), 2013* (36), 2013* (15), 2013* (9), 2013* (13), 2014* (40) Total Trips/Days = 26/353

    *Off Property

  3. #3
    vixen101485's Avatar
    vixen101485 is offline Queen of the Swaps, bow before me
    Join Date
    Mar 2005
    Posts
    5,948
    ?????? Are you talking about temporary tattoos???? if so they can only be used once and last a few days depending on skin type(sometimes longer) They either wear off on their own or you can remove them with baby or cooking oil. Please enlighten us further with what you are asking about and I am sure someone will be able to give you an exact answer. I personally (and for the fact it is 8am) dont know what LSS is either.

  4. #4
    iwannabeminnie's Avatar
    iwannabeminnie is offline I'm old! I'm like the cryptkeeper!
    Join Date
    Feb 2004
    Location
    Berne, IN
    Posts
    8,104
    LSS

    Local Scrapbook store.

    They normally don't smear. You can just hold them down or tape them down if you have the kind of tape that removes easily without tearing the paper. I've never had any trouble with them moving, but I really don't use them that often. They are like stickers in the sense that once you use it it is used. One time use only.

  5. #5
    hugemickeyfan's Avatar
    hugemickeyfan is offline A-Ticket holder
    Join Date
    Jul 2006
    Posts
    33
    I am glad I am not the only one who doesn't use them. I just thought I would ask the general opinion. I don't see them as being very popluar and I would bet they won't be around very long. I just think stickers would serve the same purpose. Thanks for the help.

    Huge Mickey Fan

  6. #6
    iwannabeminnie's Avatar
    iwannabeminnie is offline I'm old! I'm like the cryptkeeper!
    Join Date
    Feb 2004
    Location
    Berne, IN
    Posts
    8,104
    The plus with rub-ons is that you don't have to worry about spacing. You can place it on the paper and "see" exactly where it it placed and it doesn't stick until you rub it. A sticker on the other hand is pretty much stuck when you touch it to the paper.

  7. #7
    Jiminy Cricket's Avatar
    Jiminy Cricket is offline Ultimate Park "Hopper"
    Join Date
    Aug 2004
    Location
    1,015 miles from WDW in Central Indiana; Windermere FL
    Posts
    4,702
    Doh! I should have read the thread heading. I know nothing about scrapbooking.
    Lord High Keeper of the Knowledge of Right and Wrong, Counselor in Moments of Temptation, and Guide along the Straight and Narrow Path and Oldest Active DWT/WDW Radio Member

    DL: 1955* (1); WDW: 1977* (2), 1980* (2), 1985* (3), 1989* (3), 1996 (ASMu-3), 1999 (ASMo-3), 2000 (ASMu-2/PO-2), 2001 (ASMu-5), 2002 (ASMu-5), 2003 (ASMo-5), 2004* (8), 2004 (ASMo-8), 2005 (PC-10), 2006* (15), 2007* (20), 2008* (22), 2009* (26), 2010* (27), 2011* (32), 2012* (39), 2013* (36), 2013* (15), 2013* (9), 2013* (13), 2014* (40) Total Trips/Days = 26/353

    *Off Property

  8. #8
    vixen101485's Avatar
    vixen101485 is offline Queen of the Swaps, bow before me
    Join Date
    Mar 2005
    Posts
    5,948
    LOL...guess I should have looked what forum it was in too. Maybe something would have clicked on to what was being refered to. then again at 8 in the morning nothing much clicks anyway. lol

  9. #9
    Stitch's Avatar
    Stitch is offline Blogger, Artist, Creative Genius
    Join Date
    Aug 2004
    Location
    Connecticut
    Posts
    8,325
    I LOVE LOVE LOVE Rubons!

    They are one time use items, similar to stickers, but you don't have to worry about halos. Plus they have a really nice look to them. And most of them can be used on photos.

  10. #10
    Goofygirl's Avatar
    Goofygirl is offline Dream Team Wrap Party Alumni - 07,08,09 / Magic Meets Attendee 2005-2009
    Join Date
    Aug 2004
    Location
    Connecticut - 18 hours and 42 minutes away from MK
    Posts
    679
    I also like rubons as they are cleaner than stamping and nicer than stickers. If you look at a few of the cards Stitch and I made in CSC #1 and #2 you will see rubons used. Dream, Happy Birthday, and I you! The only thing I like better is using my Cricut for words!
    Janet

    Gawrsh! Hyuk!

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •