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asked in category: General Last Updated: 14th March, 2020

How do you make a rub on stickers?

To apply rub on decals, peel back the clear plastic liner. Then adhere face down to the surface, rubbing with your finger or the wooden stick to make sure rub on transfers to surface. Pull up the matte liner to reveal your rub on. Rub the decal lightly with your finger to smooth out any air bubbles.

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Also question is, what is a rub on?

A rub on is a form of sticker, dry transfer or decal that you can place anywhere you like on your paper craft projects. They can be found in most scrapbooking or craft stores in flat packets with a little ice cream stick included for helping you transfer the images or words to your project.

One may also ask, how do you transfer a picture to painted wood? Image Transfer Tutorial

  1. Step 1) Paint your piece. Image Transfers will work best on a piece that has been previously painted.
  2. Step 2) Select an image to transfer.
  3. Step 3) Apply Image Transfer Medium.
  4. Step 4) Apply your image.
  5. Step 5) Peel off the paper.
  6. Step 6) Rub off any remaining paper.
  7. Step 7) Sand the edges.

Also Know, how do you put words on wood?


  1. Create your text using a word or image editing program.
  2. Print your text on a sheet of printer paper.
  3. Cover the back of the paper with graphite.
  4. Tape the paper graphite-side-down on your piece of wood.
  5. Trace the letters with a pencil, pressing hard.
  6. Remove the paper, then go over the letters, if needed.

How do I transfer photos?

Basic Method

  1. Print image on regular paper or special paper (Tom Palissade Image Transfer Paper) with laser printer. Use mirror image for anything with text.
  2. Apply layer of acrylic polyurethane to wood.
  3. Apply image, face down.
  4. Gently press out bubbles and wrinkles. Allow to dry.
  5. Dampen and gently rub off paper.

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