STAMPIN’ GALS GONE WILD WEDNESDAY – Easy Peasy Clear Stamp Mounting

Stampin' Gals Gone Wild - www.SimplySimpleStamping.comHey Girls!  Happy Wednesday!  It’s Hump Day!!!  But it’s also Stampin’ Gals Gone Wild WEDNESDAY!

Today I have a great tip to share with you.  I just love a good tip, don’t you?  Something that truly transforms your stamping experience?  This tip will make you stop dead in your tracks and say, “Now why didn’t I think of that?”

It’s a good thing that one of my readers, Carol Melancon, thought of this tip to make mounting clear stamps EASY PEASY DOUBLE CHEESY!  I NEEDED help in this area.  Carol gave me permission to share it with you on video.

If you are reading this in an email, CLICK HERE to view the video online

See what I mean?  It’s a LIGHTBULB moment!  I can’t believe how much easier mounting my clear stamps has become with this great tip.

Speaking of clear mounted stamp set, let me show you the newest stamp sets in the BEST OF 25 YEARS series! They are adorable and only available in clear mount…so you can practice your new technique.  <wink wink>

Best of Autumn - Order yours at www.SimplySimpleStamping.com

Best of Autumn  #134390

Best of Halloween - Order yours at www.SimplySimpleStamping.com

Best of Halloween  #134381

Best of Christmas - Order yours at www.SimplySimpleStamping.com

Best of Christmas  #134384

You can order YOUR clear mount stamps through our Online Stores!

      • If you are here from the United States, ORDER HERE from CONNIE
      • If you are from Canada, ORDER HERE from my friend JOSEE

Josee & I LOVE being your USA and Canadian Stampin’ Up demonstrators!  We LOVE sharing new ideas with you every day and thanks to your loyalty in ordering from us, we are able to keep the videos coming!  THANK YOU!

Hope you guys have a GREAT Wednesday everyone!

10 Responses to “STAMPIN’ GALS GONE WILD WEDNESDAY – Easy Peasy Clear Stamp Mounting”

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  1. Carmen says:

    Connie, I just love all your helpful tips! Thank you so much for sharing them with all of us! You rock!
    Love, Carmen

  2. Lisa says:

    OH MY GOODNESS! Like REALLY, “Why didn’t I think of that??”

    What a GREAT idea! Thanks so much to you and your friend’s idea! You just saved me a lot of trouble!!!

    Happy Mounting! =)

    Lisa

  3. Barbara says:

    Oh My Gosh! I’m going to try it right now! I’ve been putting off this step cuz I always get those things on crooked.

  4. Connie, the way I do mine is that I use a sponge dauber and a dark/bright colored ink pad and just sponge around the edges of all my images. Then I peel back the covering and it is easy to line up the stamps with the outline of the sticker. My customers love how easy it is to put their stamps together using this method. 🙂

    • Connie says:

      Hmmm, interesting. Does the Classic ink get all over your hands? That is why I thought Sharpie would work best. I will have to try this!

      • Not that I have noticed when I do it. The sponge dauber fits on your finger so your hands aren’t in contact with the ink and you just peel the covering off by using the slit down the middle. Then take the covering off your rubber stamp and place it down on top of the sticker. You don’t need to use a lot of ink with the sponge dauber and it dries quickly. 🙂

  5. Maria A. Rodriguez. says:

    Great tips for lining up those stickers, thank you for sharing them. I’m so happy there are great stampers out there sharing their brilliant ideas with all of us.
    Have a wonderful rest of the week.
    Maria.

  6. Molly says:

    Thank you Connie…thank you Carol! You just made life a little easier and a more pleasant. Looking forward to mounting a new set now. Woohoo!

  7. Julia says:

    This tip ROCKS. Thank you so much Carol and Connie! I’ll be sharing this with my friends!

  8. Tracy says:

    Wow! Total game changer! After mounting, I also add a thin layer of our Tombow Multi-Purpose Adhesive to the top of my label index. Let it dry and those puppies stay on the acrylic blocks and leave no residue at all!

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