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Old 02-18-2005, 11:15 PM   #1
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Default For those who "unmount" stamps---where to get supp

I have some unmounted/cling-on stamps. i can't remember where I got the clingy stuff to put on the stamps. Where do you find the best deals?

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Sunday International, in my experience, is the root source of the cling-backed cushion. They also do "bulk"/"wholesale" for demonstrators, if you are one. The minimum order is $50 and the pricing is amazing.

www.sundayint.com

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Old 02-19-2005, 01:56 AM   #3
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I get my EZ mount foam and acrylic stamping blocks from Stacey at .com.
http://www..com/cushion.html

Her service is fast and her packaging is wonderful! Her minimum order is only $10.00.
Besides, I like helping out a small business woman.

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I buy my cushion and the vinyl cling from:

www.stampsgalore.com

Margaret's prices can't be beat. She also has the plastic sheets that you adhear the stamps with the cling to for storage. I use these slipped into sheet protectors and put in a 3-ring binder!! WONDERFUL

Vinyl cling sheets 9x11 .65
Storage panels 8 1/2 x 11 .35
Cushion 12x12 3.95 (but she usually has a special running)

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Old 02-19-2005, 04:59 PM   #5
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Thanks for all that info. ONe more question---I have store bought stamps that are already mounted. I know you can heat them & remove them from the wood blocks. Should I remove the foam & order new foam? Or just order vinyl cling? I wonder if I'd need some kind of adhesive if I kept the old foam & ordered vinyl cling?

Oh, sorry, another question---one site said to cut the vinyl cling 1/2 " bigger than the rubber part. I've never done that w/ my unmounted stamps. Should I?

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The reason they say to cut the cling larger is so it's easier to get on and off the acrylic block. You won't be picking or pulling at the edge of the stamp. I do mine 1/2 to 3/4" bigger.

I believe that if you heat up the wood block and peel off the stamp with the foam it will be sticky enough to put right on the vinyl cling. I don't think you need to replace the foam. I haven't tried it yet so I'm not sure. Maybe someone else could answer that one.

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