Feedback From Past Tutorials
Gabby has a suggestion for the Die cut stamps tutorial: " Thanks for making a nice video to share instructions on how you make your fun foam stamps from Cut-Ups. I have been using fun foam to make stamps from my dies for years. If I may, I would like to share a few things I've learned. First, to make them cling mount, I apply two or three coats of Alene's Tack It Over and Over™ on the back. It is kind of messy so I use disposable foam brushes, which often go on sale at my local craft store 10 for $1. I let the glue thoroughly dry, then store in plastic cases. If/when the glue becomes less tacky, I just add another coat or two of the glue. If I want to cut and use them right away, I use two-sided, temporary tape, such as Scotch brand. To clean my foam stamps, I stamp them off on scratch paper, then mist them with water and wipe with a rag. (I have a stash of stamp rags which I specifically use to only clean my stamps.) It's great to expand your stamp collection with die-cut fun foam stamps.
Another good thing, is that I can buy 20 thin foam sheets (which I prefer to thicker foam) for just $1 at my local $1 store. It's economical to cut duplicates, if need be. (Like, for example, if one absorbs so much ink that you can't get clean all of the ink off, which sometimes happens, especially w/dark or bright colors.)"