Love this idea, and can't believe it never occurred to me! So cute, thanks for sharing!
Brandi these are so cool - they all look great! The options are simply endless too. Clever crafty woman you are my friend!
What an awesome idea! I am a "scrapbooker" and have so many rub-on's on hand...never thought to do this! Thanks for the inspiration!!! =)
Hi Brandi!I haven't been home ALLLLL day! My blogging friends are in for an earful, haha! This is such a fun way to add some Spring to the house. I have oodles of transfers from my scapbooking days. I will definitely try this. I bet you're not even reading this... you're off transferring, LOL! I like your idea to bring the plants indoors. Very cute! Have a great night! :)
I have some of these, it never occured to me to put them on glass before. Looks beautiful! Miriam@Meatless Meals For Meat Eaters
I didn't know you could use these on glass!! I have something I'd like to spruce up....this idea would be perfect!Kelly
What a great idea, Brandi! I love these so much! I never thought of using transfers before to add a little punch to things like that. You have inspired me once again, girl! If I ever start this, I will be like you. No surface will be safe! haha
Saw you at Everything But the Kitchen Sink.I had not even THOUGHT of using rub ons for dishes like that! Everyone these days seems to use cut outs of vinyl from a cricut or silhouette. Neither of which I own. But rub ons, that I can do!
What a creative idea. I think I have some rub ons in my craft bin. Thank you for the inspiration! Hugs and happy Friday my friend.xo P.S. have you made it over to my new location yet?
Those came out so cute! I have a bunch of those rub on things!! Thanks for the ideas!! :)
LOve rub-ons! So versatile. Love the ways you used them.
Heeeeey!!What a great idea Brandi!!I'm going to have to try this!
I just love rub ons! I use them on almost everything, the jar looks wonderful!
That's such a great idea, Brandi! I especially like them on your glass jar. They must be good quality to stick so well to the glass. Hope you have a lovely weekend, sweetiepie.Sarahx
LOl! I love how no plain surface is safe! Cute!Have a great weekend!Kellexx
never even thought to put on anything but scrapbooking stuff!? cool! thanks for the tip!
Really cute Brandi! I didn't know you could use those like that, I think I could be dangerous with something like that too!
Very clever! I found you on It's a Crafty Life. Nice work, Brandi. I like your style.
Wow, what a great idea. I would have never thought to use those in other places...And I think I am the only person who doesn't have a Silhouette, so this idea totally works for me. :)
What an adorable idea here!!!! This would make such a great gift too!!!! Thank-you for sharing this here...I love it!
That looks so pretty Brandi, love it on the planters.
Cute idea! My meet up group and I are to the local hardware stores to pick up small plants and a few herbs for our porch pots so maybe I will use your idea for the herb pots I will put in the window! Great job. You always do the best crafts!
So interesting Brandi... I never experienced it ... but it looks marvellous ...I have some very interesting white pots which are flea market finds... I will go for it... ohhho any of my new post will be:)... Thanks for sharing it.... Lovely work Dear...http://craftaworld.blogspot.com/LoveFarah
So pretty Brandi! You always have such great ideas. I love this touch of Spring.Thank you for your continued prayers for my nephew Jordan. He's improving daily and we've all been so encouraged.Blessings,Marcia
Hey Brandi,These are so cute! I love rub on transfers and especially the LOVE jar! :)Have a great day.Pam
I love this idea!! What an easy gift idea too! Thanks for the inspiration :) And this is such a great way to "eco-chic" and repurpose items...Don't be surprised if I link over from my blog!
OMG I'm lovin' this! Great idea!
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