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Old 10-18-2012, 11:34 AM   #29
fairsinger
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Originally Posted by jeanne3579 View Post
Thank you for the tip. I just tried it on 5 different types of stamps with mostly good results. Patience is the key (guess who doesn't have much) as it takes going slowly and repeating the heating process. Some left little annoying scraps along the edge, but heating and pulling removed them with much care. Most were still quite sticky making storage difficult, so will now do this as I need the stamps. At least the stamps come out usable, which is the goal. Thanks again.
Not sure if you've heard this tip yet, but I learned it on one of these boards: If you want to "un-sticky" a sticker, you can run your embossing buddy along the sticky side. If you don't have an embossing buddy, you could try cornstarch. I tried using the embossing buddy on adhesive on a card and it worked beautifully. Hope that helps!
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