Today is my final sharing of the Stampin' Up! single stamps. Wood stamps are still my favorite stamps to hold in my hand, but I do love the options we have. What type I order depends on the stamp set. Some people mention they have difficulty getting the red rubber clear mount to stick to their blocks. I do not have an issue with this and even during a day long class they do not fall off.
- Always mount the stamp to the cling sticker while the sticker is still intact on the sheet it comes on. The directions how to do this are right inside on the cover or your stamp storage box. Never peal the sticker off the sheet and apply the sticker to the stamp (hope that makes sense).
- Place the stamp red rubber down and place your acrylic block on top and PRESS as HARD as you can and hold for the count of 8 (don't speed count – just count slowly). That is how you keep your clear mount stamps on your blocks for all day.
The Single Stamps only come in wood-mount so no worries if they are going to stick or not.
Vivid Vases featured on page 115 of the 2015-2016 Annual Stampin' Up! Catalog is fun and versatile.
Click here to see some other posts using the Vivid Vases Stamp Set.
This card is made with the Sweetbrier Rose stamp set. These roses remind me of my Grandma who use to pick them and put them in a bowl floating on water. This stamp set is also featured on page 115.
The Watercolor Thank you stamp is a great stamp for showing your gratitude to friends and family who have done something nice. This stamp is on page 18 of the Annual Catalog.
As always thanks so much for stopping by really appreciate you taking the time to read my ramblings.
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