Here is how I created the rub-on border:
First, I stamped the background in the design I wanted, making sure to decorate a much larger area than I actually needed for the border. Then I carefully cut out the rub-on border WITH the non-stick background. When placing the border and rubbing it on, I left a 1/8" border of paper along the widest part of the rub-on to ensure that the entire rub-on piece would have paper behind it. Better to cut it off then not have enough!
To finish the border, I used scissors to cut carefully along the edges, then adhered it to the second piece of cardstock and cut off the excess.
Here is the original sketch if you would like to play along -- Note that the butterfly is NOT part of the sketch! Check out Mary Jo's blog to see the other sketch players and their versions of the sketch. It always astounds me to see so many variations!
Ingredients (all Stampin' Up!):
Sale-s-Bration Rub-Ons, Enjoy Stamp Set, Sanded Background, Barely Banana Ink and Paper, Pretty in Pink Ink and Paper, Chocolate Chip paper, Crystal Flowers from unknown source.