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Old 02-27-2007, 12:42 PM   #41  
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Well... I can't take the credit of indexing the images. I honestly don't know who came up with that. I'm just a follower.

I don't know if any other ink would dry on the vinyl cling. I just know that the stayz on is permanent (and that was what was recommended).

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Old 02-28-2007, 06:36 AM   #42  
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Kimberly I have to tell you I thought your ideas were so good that I made copies of your mounting instructions to share with all my friends at our card/stamping club because my girlfriend is a new TAC rep and we all have new sets of stamps! Hope you didnt have your instructions copyrighted ! I told her to share them with her customers!
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Old 02-28-2007, 06:41 AM   #43  
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No copyright on my words! I hope they help someone with the indexing of their stamps. (Again, I wasn't the one who came up with this idea... just sharing the procedure!)

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Old 02-28-2007, 02:34 PM   #44  
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my CD cases cam ein from staples today.

woohoo, now I can get serious with the unmounting/mounting.
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Old 02-28-2007, 08:57 PM   #45  
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I just ordered two unmounted background stamps with vinyl cling backing. I thought I would experiment with the unmounted idea since my 20+ SU backgrounds take up so much space and are so heavy with the big wood blocks!

How do you store the large BG's (4.5" x 6") that are unmounted? They are too big for a CD case.
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Old 03-01-2007, 07:07 AM   #46  
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Ok ladies i have another question, I recently bought the stiches set from TAC and the stamps are too long to fit in a CD case, what do you use to store your bigger or long stamps like these? Thanks in advance because I just ordered the ribbon set also......and dont know what i will do to store these either!
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Sorry kiko I didnt read your post before I put mine in.......I guess we need the same info
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I store my TAC stitches stamps as well as my unmounted wheels in one of the larger plastic cases. (I'm not sure if it's a TAC or SU case.) If you look in my gallery, there's a pic of all of my CDs... and under the red ATG gun, you'll see the case with the long stamps. I think there's maybe ten wheels plus the Stitches stamps stored in the case. I would think a person could store their background stamps in a large case. Even though it takes up room, think how many stamps fit in that case! You could probably have maybe five or six background stamps in a case.

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Here are a couple of new photos. The one is sort blurry, but you get the point. I also store my long acrylic mount in this case too.. since I only use it with the long stamps.
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Mounting onto the easy cling-longstamps.jpg   Mounting onto the easy cling-longstamps-side.jpg  
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Here are a couple of new photos. The one is sort blurry, but you get the point. I also store my long acrylic mount in this case too.. since I only use it with the long stamps.
My computer blocks the thumnails can you email me the pic? Thanks Lisa
It is under my profile or I can send it to you, I dont likeposting it on the open site.
thanks lisa
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I think you'll have to email me because when I tried to email you it said that this feature was blocked or something like that.

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Thanks, Kimberly. I'm thinking of how many wood blocks I could get rid of by just putting the stamps in that case!
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I store my unmounted backgrounds on the cling board that you can get from Sunday International or TAC and each board will hold 4 BG stamps and then the boards go into a three ring binder. I put a sheet of paper that I stamp the BG on as an index between each board.
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