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Unread 12-05-2012, 01:55 PM   #18
Trudy Ann
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Join Date: Apr 2010
Posts: 61

For the tack n peel question. I have one dedicated small block to put the bare rubber stamps on. I store my bare rubber 2 ways. One is the already suggested method of putting them in baseball card sleeves. I stamp the image (or 2 images, sometimes I
put 2 stamps in one pocket when they are small) and then just slip them into the
plastic pocket. I have no problems retrieving them when I want to stamp. I also
used my xyron with the repositionable cartidge and stuck my bare rubber stamps in
a cd case on the repositionable side. I've had mixed results with this method. The
tack n peel saves money on not having to buy the cling foam. I wouldn't want to do
all my stamps this way but it's easy for the smaller stamps. I prefer cling mounted but
I've used the Aileen's tack it over and over too. I used it on my background stamps.
I leave it to dry overnight. It's very important to let it completely dry!! I learned the
hard way.
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