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June 25, 2018 2 min read

If you’re looking for a product with much creative potential, this Queen & Co. accent will not burst your bubble. Rubber Bubbles are a round embellishment with a matte finish, just right for everything from bullet points to sentiments. 
This one is almost like bubbled brail. The raised sentiment stands up and gets noticed in a fun and textured way.
To create this design, begin by adhering the Bubbles to a shipping tag. 
Next, add watercolor to paper, using the same colors used on your sentiment.
I wanted to work the Paper Twine in as well, so I added some stitching along the card base. 
The Paper Twine is so puffy that I thought I’d need a huge needle to make this happen, which is not an ideal situation when stitching on paper. Good news! I was wrong. This twine is puffed pretty, but it also flattens right down to slide through the eye of a smaller needles, which is so cool! All it takes is a bit o’ spit. Ew! Sorry! ;)
Have you heard of bullet journals? They’re named this because the bulleted list is the foundation. Basically, they’re meant to be list-style journals, and any and every type of list goes. In this case, that list is a birthday list. 
Queen’s Rubber Bubbles are just the ticket for creating bulleted lists. But first, a background for my list. I cut up paint swatches and re-attached them to create color blocks. 
I cut tags from patterned paper to mat behind the swatches, using a shipping tag I had on hand as a template. 
Before adding the bullet points, I typed up the birthdays using my typewriter. 
I adhered each list to cardstock, giving my lists the flexibility to work within my bullet journal or as inserts in my planner.
For a little extra character, I looped in Paper Twine. When the journal is closed, it looks fun peek out the side. :)
From braille to bullet points, Rubber Bubbles are sure to give your projects a lift. 
Megan Hoeppner
Cardstock: Bazzill Basics; Sewing Machine: Brother; Adhesive: Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L; Typewriter: Smith Corona; Traveler’s Notebook: Freckled Fawn