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Old 01-07-2008, 06:19 PM   #1
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How do you store stamps after you put on EZ Mount?

What is the best way you have found to cut the EZ Mount? I am thinking about a hot knife, although I just finished using little Fiskar non-stick scissors and they worked pretty well. Just checking to see if I am missing out on what would work the best. TIA
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Old 01-07-2008, 06:22 PM   #2
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I've been using CD cases for storage. I've heard the hot knife works great for EZ mount only...not so great for rubber. I've just been using talcum powder and scissors to cut mine...just dust it on with a paintbrush!
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Old 01-07-2008, 06:24 PM   #3
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Storage: solutions I've heard of are CD cases, DVD tins, cut off the lids of Stampin' Up! cases and uses those, binders (stampingbella has a binder on her website that might give you an idea for that).

Cutting: The only rubber I've mounted on EZ foam came as a "plate" of rubber (no individual pre-cut stamps) so I mounted the plate on the foam and cut out the individual stamps as a unit with kai scissors. The hot knife is not a bad idea though.
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Old 01-07-2008, 06:52 PM   #4
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I store mine on stamp n store panels which fit into a 3 ring binder. I got mine from stamp n go, although I have seen them at an lss and elsewhere on line.
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Old 01-07-2008, 09:31 PM   #5
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Got a great idea from someone on here last night think their nick was Janor but she puts hers on cardstock. I went through tonight and took some chipboard instead of the cardstock and cut a 8 x 11 sheet in half and then cut a transparency in half and put that on there and then put my stamps on there. I can fit 2 sets per cardboard. I am gonna stamp on the backs which will be the fronts when i get a box that they fit in. I have UM 200+ sets so far and they are in CD cases which gets spendy. I have probably 200+ sets left to go so i am gonna do that instead. I have UM all my wheels and they are in 3 ring binders. Ok on the Hotknife. I bought one awhile back they are real knifty but dang you need good ventilation because they stink. Its winter here now so i ain't using mine but in the summer i do and i stand out on the porch with it. It cuts through the EZ mount like butter.... For majority i use KAI scissors which are especially for cutting rubber. I bought mine fairly cheap off ebay.
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