Aloha Cards. I'm working on getting my Hawaii photos ready to post, so in the meantime, here are two cards I made for an SCS challenge using rub-ons. I bought these pineapple rub-on images several years ago without any idea of how I'd use them. The first card is simply a card base (orange), yellow designer paper with 'Aloha' printed from my PC and punched designs in the corners, and a blue circle of dp with the rub-ons applied over it.
The second card was actually the first one I made. I had no plan for it; consequently, it kept changing into something I wasn't sure I liked. The first layer is a paper bag I brought home from Hawaii. I crumpled it, smoothed it out, applied brown ink to the creases (dragging the ink pad over the flattened paper), and stuck it to my card base. The pineapple rub-ons were applied over white cardstock. I colored-penciled the blue/green oval and matted the image on brown paper. 'Aloha' is stamped in brown ink on vellum with Inkadinkado 'Carved in Stone' letter stamps.