Rub-on Transfers

Rub-on Transfers

Post by con.. » Sun, 10 Oct 1999 04:00:00



Is anyone familiar with Rub-on Transfers? I saw them on a craft show,
and have E-mailed the company, Chartpack, a couple of times as to where
I can find these, but have gotten no response. Thanks.
~Connie~
 
 
 

Rub-on Transfers

Post by Joan Conr » Sun, 10 Oct 1999 04:00:00


Quote:

> Is anyone familiar with Rub-on Transfers? I saw them on a craft show,
> and have E-mailed the company, Chartpack, a couple of times as to where
> I can find these, but have gotten no response. Thanks.
> ~Connie~

Connie, try your local Wal Mart or a similar store. The Wal Mart here
has a limited, but nice choice.
--
- Joan Conrad
.

 
 
 

Rub-on Transfers

Post by Ken Mugrag » Sun, 10 Oct 1999 04:00:00


Connie,

I know Loew-Cornell makes rub on transfers, they can be found at
http://www.loew-cornell.com/ under "Product Spotlight". You may want to
search for other companies in our online directory at
http://www.tolenet.com/links/.

Good luck!

---
Ken Mugrage               ToleNet
Webmaster                  The Tole & Decorative Artist's Online Resource


Quote:
> Is anyone familiar with Rub-on Transfers? I saw them on a craft show,
> and have E-mailed the company, Chartpack, a couple of times as to where
> I can find these, but have gotten no response. Thanks.
> ~Connie~

 
 
 

Rub-on Transfers

Post by Frances Kel » Mon, 11 Oct 1999 04:00:00


Hobby Lobby and Michael's has a very nice selection.
 
 
 

Rub-on Transfers

Post by CatIn » Tue, 12 Oct 1999 04:00:00


There's some really nice ones available through Alpine Imports -
http://www.alpineimport.com

Michele