Saturday, January 7, 2012

Mounting your stamps

Hi everybody! It's Ingrid here.
Today I don't have a creative project to share with you but a way of using EZ-mount when you're mounting your stamps. Cutting out the mounted stamps can be difficult because your scissors got sticky. There is a easy way to circumvent that. I didn't invent it myself, I read about it on Splitcoaststampers and thought that you all should know about it :-)
 After placing your rubber stamps on the sticky side of the EZ-mount you use talcum-powder on all the sticky places that are left.
Then you can cut out your stamps as you are used to.
And after that you wash away the talcum-powder with water and a brush.
That's it! It's so easy but it really works :-) Maybe you want to give it a try once.

Thanks for visiting us today and I hope to see you again, here or on my own blog.

9 comments :

  1. Thank you so much for this great tip Hugs Jo xxx:)

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  2. Thanks! This is a very interesting method. But how to you mmanage it with his method to waste less EZ-mount!
    Best wishes vor a wonderful weekend
    Mona

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  3. Thanks for the tip, it will help a lot.
    Hugs Astrid

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  4. What a good idea! I never have used talcum powder for mounting my stamps befor. xx Bianca

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  5. Bedankt voor het delen van deze tip, zal het de volgende keer gelijk uitproberen

    Groetjes Toos

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  6. I have used this method and it really works. You can still get your stamps pretty close together. All you need is a little space and I use a paintbrush to get into the space. It works great and no more sticky scissors.

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  7. This is a great tip. Thank you
    Liebe Grüße
    Margret

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  8. Dear Ingrid, many thanks for this TIP! Please take a short lokk on my Kreative site. Many Hugs from me. Bye, Bye

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  9. A very great idea.
    Because i havent baby powder here i used flour... great!!!

    LG
    Michaela

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