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Old 12-13-2012, 02:31 PM   #1
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Default lost tutorial on vinyl

I lost a video on how to make the clear SU stamps stick to blocks by using clear vinyl. Anybody know where it is?
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Old 12-14-2012, 05:57 AM   #2
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I don't have the link to the tutorial you're asking about but I watched it, too. The vinyl that was used in that video is made by Kittrich and it's the weight of vinyl that's wrapped in green paper. I can't remember what color the heavier weight vinyl was wrapped in. You can find this vinyl at Walmart (in the fabric department) and it's very inexpensive. My local Walmart only carried 2 weights of cling vinyl.

All you do is cut your vinyl to cover the size of your acrylic block. You can use your paper trimmer to cut the vinyl, it works like a charm. Stamps really will stick perfectly to your block because of the vinyl. And what's really nice is that the vinyl keeps your blocks clean.

I've unmounted all my stamps and used Aleene's Tack It Over And Over so after a while my stamps leave a residue on the vinyl...then I just throw the vinyl away and cut a new piece for the block. I bought the cling vinyl in a roll rather than buy it per yard. I think I paid $1.00 for the roll.
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