Wednesday, 22 January 2014

Converting my Wheel Stamps

Hi Everyone!

I love all my Wheel Stamps, but like many, I prefer to mount them onto Stampin' Up! Clear-Mount Cling Foam so to use them as a cling mounted stamp. Usually due to this conversion, we are generally unable to view the stamped image that we are stamping - but I have a solution! 

Here is my step by step process!

1.Remove the rubber from the plastic wheel.
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2. Use Staz-On Black Ink to ink up your stamp.

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3. Carefully place the rubber upside down on the cling side of the foam, and press down on it to 'stamp' the image.
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4. Unpeel the 'sticky' side of the foam and stick down the rubber (be sure to stick it the right way round according to your stamped image on the other side)

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5. Cut the new stamp away from the remainder sheet of foam.

6. Your stamp is now ready to use! Acrylic Blocks I and C are best used side by side for mounting the stamp.
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 7.Store your new stamps in Stampin' Up! Clear Mount Stamp Cases - DVD sized.

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1 comment:

  1. That's a BRILLIANT idea stamping on the rubber Carolina. Awesome! Love this tutorial. Thanks for sharing.

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