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Old 06-02-2007, 07:46 PM   #1  
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When people say they unmounted wheels what does this mean. I can only picture a piece of flat rubber? Do you mount it on EZ Mount? If so what kind of block to you use? Oh wise ones please explain.
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Yes I mount mine on EZ mount. The block I use I bought from ebay from someone who made it to the size I needed.
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Yup...you got it! I trim mine a little when I take them off the wheel and then mount them on Creative Cling. I store them in a document box from Target thanks to the gal on SCS who mentioned that's how she stored hers. I use a CTMH block that is super long. I can't even begin to tell you how much more use I get out of my wheels this way. I can stamp them so much straighter than even when I used that wheel guide from SU!
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You're right, it's a piece of flat rubber! I don't use EZ mount or anything on mine -- but then I don't use any foam cushion on my regular UM stamps, either. I use restickable gluestick on the back of the rubber, slap them on the acrylic block and stamp away. If the image needs some cushioning to stamp properly, I put several sheets of scratch paper under the item I'm stamping on -- works just fine! As for stamping with the UM wheels, I have an acrylic block that's 1.5 x 8" that I got from TAC for the regular wheels, and an acrylic template from Evolving Images ==> www.evolving-images.com
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Here's the tutorial I wrote just for this

http://inkydinkydoo.blogspot.com/200...-tutorial.html

and if you scroll down to step #11, there's a link to Sunday International who sells an acrylic block that fits the jumbo wheels I use the same block for both size wheels.

I actually USE my wheels now rather than look at them
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Here's the tutorial I wrote just for this

http://inkydinkydoo.blogspot.com/200...-tutorial.html

and if you scroll down to step #11, there's a link to Sunday International who sells an acrylic block that fits the jumbo wheels I use the same block for both size wheels.

I actually USE my wheels now rather than look at them
Thanks the tutorial is exactly what I was looking for. So if I understand this correctly you don't actually use the unmounted wheels to make a background across a sheet of paper.

Thanks for explaining it to me!!!
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I too use my wheels more now that they are unmounted. Very easy to do!
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ooooh That's a COOL idea!! Great tutorial!
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Whatever will be thought of next on this site...Thanks for the great idea! Now maybe I will get some use out of those wheels!!
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So if I understand this correctly you don't actually use the unmounted wheels to make a background across a sheet of paper.
You can...it just takes longer to cover the paper because you have to re-ink...but if you don't do it frequently (I hardly do), then it still is worth it - I now use my wheels whenever and I can get funky with colors because I can easily marker them or use my spots to make a funky color pattern.

Also, I don't use foam - I use Aileen's Tack it Over and Over glue. How you mount your unmounteds is a very personal choice
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You can unmount wheels. Whoa. I'm so doing this. I don't use mine that much but this definitely will get me using those unused images.
Thanks for the tip.
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A gal at my last class ordered the baby wheel. I don't know the name. It has six babies on it doing different things. The stamp set was $18 and the wheel was $7. She was going to unmount the wheel and cut out the babies. They are a bit smaller, but they will work just like the stamps and much cheaper. I thought it was a great idea.
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FYI - sometimes these images make great separates...the red hat wheel uses almost the same sized image as the set that it matches...and although I love my my farm wheel I am considering puchasing another wheel just to make individual animals to match.
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Old 06-06-2007, 02:17 PM   #14  
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what a great idea. I have EZ mounted all my SU stamps not only for the storage I save, but so I can custom alot more images. Thanks for the idea and I know what I will be doing tonight after my kids are in bed. If you are looking for EZ mount foam, check on ebay...you can purchase 1 sheet to try out or many to convert your whole collection.
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Boy, what a great idea. I know I would get more use out of my wheels if I unmounted them. TFS Sue Ann
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I just decided to do this too ... ordered my EZ mount from a Canadian online store (I'm in Canada). Hopefully the order will arrive before Friday and I can unmount them this weekend. I think I will use them more unmounted also.
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I'm in Canada, too, can you tell me who you ordered the EZ mount from? Crazy eh? If it's cute and rubber, I'm hooked but what then...sit and look at it?Thanks...maybe I'll use my wheels, too.
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Sure dmcg, I'll find it in a second a post it here. The lady was super friendly, provided a quick quote, shipped the same day I paid ... in fact, I looked up MANY Canadian websites (and some American ones too and worked in the exchange, shipping etc.) and this one had the best price for us Canadians. Be back shortly with that information!
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Okay, here is the website for the Canadian store that I bought the EZ Mount from: http://www.quietfiredesign.com (this is to their website)
Here is a direct link to the EZ Mount (just scroll down to the bottom of the page): http://www.quietfiredesign.com/acrylicmounts.html
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Okay, I haven't bought any wheels just because I didn't know what color ink I would want to use, if I could get them to roll straight, ect.... Now I want to start shopping for wheels. Thanks for the great tutorial.
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This is great! Wasn't a big fan of the wheels, because I have no patience to use the guide, and then seperate ink for bith large and small, you all know what I am talking about. But some of the wheel designs are so cute! I am feeling inspired!!!!
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I took the rubber off all my wheels last night. Now I'm just waiting for the EZ mount to arrive (hopefully by tomorrow in the mail) and I will put them on the EZ mount. I really do think I will use them a lot more being unmounted. I can never apply the right pressure to the wheels and get a good impression, without wasting a lot of cardstock. I got a really big acrylic block (its coming in the mail too). Cant wait to actually use my wheels (well, unmounted wheels) more!
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OMG, what a wonderful idea!!! Thanks so much for sharing. So many wheels, so many MORE possibilities. (why didn't I think of that - I unmount almost everything else!) Cindy
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Thanks everybody for sharing this information. I have both widths of wheels and while I love their designs found them too difficult to use. Especially the thinner ones. I refused to spend the $'s on yet more ink products for those cartridges for the wheels. I don't even have the larger ink pads to run the wheels across. I prefer to use only the spots.

I just unmounted one of my wheels in about a minute, slapped it on my 2.5" X 12" acrylic block with grid marks and was able to stamp a perfect border on my card. I am delighted, also, that I can use all of my ink spots, both classic and craft, to ink up the now unmounted former stamp wheel.

Laura's great tutorial on her blog convinced me that the UM'ing process would be easy...thank you.

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I am delighted, also, that I can use all of my ink spots, both classic and craft, to ink up the now unmounted former stamp wheel.
Yep, I only have spots too so unmounting was perfect for me! Love that I can use whatever ink I want! Welcome to the wide-open world of unmounteds
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Oh my gosh!! What a wonderful idea. I very rarely use my wheels for many of the same reasons. I've got to try this!
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A gal at my last class ordered the baby wheel. I don't know the name. It has six babies on it doing different things. The stamp set was $18 and the wheel was $7. She was going to unmount the wheel and cut out the babies. They are a bit smaller, but they will work just like the stamps and much cheaper. I thought it was a great idea.
excellent idea thanks so mch I should grab it beofre it goes : What are you using to unmount though??
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Thanks for the website, Debby. I checked it out and am definitely putting in an order. Wow...wheels...a whole new rubber world to explore!!!
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You are welcome dmcg! I checked the online Canada Post and my package is due to arrive in Winnipeg on Monday ... so I wont have it for the weekend (darn, I was hoping I would), but I will have it early next week! Yay!
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So, I wonder if all of this is telling SU to try something new???Maybe offer these "wheel stamps" as flat stamps and wheels. HMMM. Who started this thread anyway? Better get a patent fast.

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I bought my EZ mount from Beeswax for $2.95 a sheet. It was super quick delivery with nice service (personalized e-mails from the company). The link is below.

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I just had to add my two cents! I've never used an EZ mount for my wheels, I just asked my husband to go down in the basement and cut a piece of wood (from his scraps) that would fit! I take the stamp off the wheel, trim it all around, cover the back with double-stick tape, and put it on the block of wood my husband brings up! It works GREAT, and I don't have to order anything extra.
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Just wanted to share that I unmounted my wheels today and am very excited! I see many more possibilities for them!
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www.clearsnap.com Sells their own wheels both mounted and unmounted.
Some of their designs are really nice! Also while you are there ,check out the stampress,I have one and its great.

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Some of their designs are really nice! Also while you are there ,check out the stampress,I have one and its great.

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I did this a long time ago just to see if I can dot it - ha!
I took the stamp off the wheel and put Tack it Over and Over glue on the back so if i wanted i could re-attach it to the wheel. It worked!
Doing it that way with the tack it over and over you can use it either way - unmounted flat on a clear mount or back on the wheel.
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I just had to add my two cents! I've never used an EZ mount for my wheels, I just asked my husband to go down in the basement and cut a piece of wood (from his scraps) that would fit! I take the stamp off the wheel, trim it all around, cover the back with double-stick tape, and put it on the block of wood my husband brings up! It works GREAT, and I don't have to order anything extra.
My co-worker was just suggesting that. Glad to see it works.

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