January 26, 2014

Mounting Your Stamps

Hi Everybody,

At the end of last year I added a short video with some  Tips for Stamping   to help some new ladies who had asked for help.

I have also been asked how to make rubber stamps stick to an acrylic block and so that has been the subject of another video.

The little image here is from Lili of the Valley  and is one of their cute animal range.

But in the video I use a grey rubber sheet of  Sentimentals Verses from  Crafters Companion 

You can cut  all the stamps out first individually if you prefer ... but to add the whole stamp sheet to the mounting foam is far easier to cut out.

You are going  to have some waste whichever way  you do it and this  is no more  wasteful  than any other way ... but it is a whole lot easier especially if you have dexterity problems.

 Just make sure that you don't cut into the stamp itself and spoil the image or verse that you are cutting out.

Clean the stamps when you are done and then store them safely.  And there are many ways to store them the choice is yours.

I have many of my  smaller stamps in CD cases, but the storage that I use in the video keeps all the stamps from one rubber sheet together on one plastic storage sheet  in one storage box ... and then I add the picture of the stamps to the box as my reference and I know what is in there whenever I need to use them.

More tomorrow ...

Hugs xx


  1. Some great simple techniques to try out Christina, thank you for sharing. Hugs, Jen xx
    Krafty Keepsakes

  2. Hi Christina.
    Very pretty card and many thanks for the video with the helpful tips and techniques.

    Love Sheila xx

  3. Hi Christina,
    Thanks some good tips, love your cute card too.

  4. I already knew how to do this, but wish I'd have seen it when I was first starting. It will be helpful for new stampers. Edna

  5. Hi Christina
    Thanks very much for the video showing us how to mount rubber stamps. Very informative and straight forward, now I can go ahead and use mine properly. Love the card.
    Jenny C xx

  6. thanks for sharing! I have found using the snail glue easy too, cleans off with a little WD40!

  7. Beautiful card, I follow you always cause you inspire me thanks for sharing xx


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