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Unread 08-06-2017, 07:17 PM   #1
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Does anyone have advice on how to get rubber stamps to stay in place when using the Tim Holtz stamping platform ? My photopolymer stamps work perfectly but do I need to treat the back of my rubber stamps to make them stay secure and not fall off onto my cardstock ? Would really appreciate some advice. Thank you x x
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Unread 08-07-2017, 10:36 AM   #2
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Does anyone have advice on how to get rubber stamps to stay in place when using the Tim Holtz stamping platform ? My photopolymer stamps work perfectly but do I need to treat the back of my rubber stamps to make them stay secure and not fall off onto my cardstock ? Would really appreciate some advice. Thank you x x
Are your stamps bare rubber? Do they stick to stamping blocks? Is it all your rubber stamps? You need something on the rubber to make it stick. There are several threads here about various mounting options.
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They are stampin up rubber stamps and they all have the images of the stamp on the back as supplied by stampin up. Yes I do have trouble with blocks too sometimes. Should I take the image sheet off the stamp and just use them without. I did put a thin layer of glue on the back of some older stamps but don't want to ruin the new pplatform.
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I can't answer about the SU stamps, there a many, many on here that can help. Try posting you question in the tool forum here: Tool & Product Talk - Splitcoaststampers

The platform cleans very easily so a bit of adhesive should wipe right off.
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