2-Minute Tuesday Tip – Tips for Getting your Clear Mount Stamps to Stick

Maybe it’s the warmer weather, maybe it’s just an ongoing problem for you but today I want to answer a question I get asked quite often….

“How can I get my clear mount stamps to cling to the block better?”  

Keeping your clear mount stamps on the block can be a problem but really the solution is very simple.  Today I want to share a couple of tips to solve this very problem.  It’s easier than you think and you just might LOVE your clear mount stamps again.

Let me share some quick ways to get your clear mount stamps to STICK!

 

Be sure to add that Clear Block Cleaning Cloth to your next order!  You won’t believe how well it works!

I sure appreciate you guys tuning in today!  I hope that today’s tip will solve your “sticky” (no not-sticky) problem.

Tomorrow morning, bright and early (and I mean EARLY) I am flying to Minneapolis for the Stampin’ Up OnStage conference.  I love attending these events so I can learn new things but I have to say, the BEST part is that I will get to see the new annual catalog that will debut in June. Wahoo!  I can’t wait to see all the new stamps and Big Shot toys!!  

Don’t think you are getting rid of me because TOMORROW I have a really great Flash Card video for you.  This card is SO cute!  It’s sure to make you happy.  Join me then!

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12 Responses to “2-Minute Tuesday Tip – Tips for Getting your Clear Mount Stamps to Stick”

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  1. Well Connie, I’ve become addicted to those little alcohol swabs, they are the perfect size for this types of jobs besides having them in the medicine cabinet or first aid kit.
    I must confess that (I’m blushing here 😉 I haven’t really noticed that micro fiber cloth, sheeesh!! but now I will order it, must have in my craft room along with the alcohol swabs.
    Thank you for another helpful tip to enjoy stamping more.
    Hugs,
    Maria Rodriguez.

  2. Judy Ford says:

    The alcohol swab tip is one of the best I have ever had. Got a box of 100 at Walmart for $1.00 and I use them all the time now. My other favorite tip is sponging Tombow glue on the back of detailed die cuts for overall sticking power. I look forward to your tips every week, Connie. Thanks for sharing!

  3. Trish says:

    I am so glad that at least 1 “well known” demo is putting stickers on her clear mount stamps. Many people solve the problem by not putting the stickers on at all. That doesn’t work for me. I want to see what I’m stamping so any solution for me has to have the sticker on the stamp. Have a great time in Minneapolis:)

    • Connie says:

      I agree 100%. Personally, I would hate to stamp without that vinyl sticker on the back. To each his own, I suppose, but you will never see me mount a stamp without a sticker.

  4. JenniferE says:

    Thanks for a great tip and demonstration! Safe travels tomorrow…hope you learn lots!

  5. slangnv says:

    Love the Mickey Mouse watch, or is it Minnie!

    • Connie says:

      Is that not cute? Actually have both Minnie and Mickey on it. If you tap on it, they tell you the time. So adorable!

  6. Lora G says:

    I am anxious to try this, I will need one of those cloths though. I have been using a bit of Tombo glue lately, but really don’t like this technique. Alcohol pads are a must in a craft room. I use it for everything. I actually keep a bottle of it and use gauze with mine. Must be a a left over duty from nursing days.

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