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Crafter's Companion EZMOUNT02-10Mount Static Cling Mounting Cushion, 8.5" x 11", 10-Count,Gray Foam
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- Allows you to make any rubber stamp into an EZMount stamp that clings perfectly to an acrylic block
- No sticky mess and never wears out
- NOTE: Not recommended for use with acetate storage systems
- Made in USA
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SUNDAY INTERNATIONAL-EZ Mount Static Cling Mounting Foam. Allows you to make any rubber stamp into an EZMount stamp that clings perfectly to an acrylic block. No sticky mess and never wears out. Simply cut out you EZ Mount to the shape and size of your stamp, adhere it and you are ready for any acrylic block. NOTE: Not recommended for use with acetate storage systems. This package contains ten 11x8-1/2in sheets. Available with and without foam. Made in USA.
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I draw around my square of foam that I've cut to accommodate the image and then make registration marks on the back of the rubber and the foam and the drawn frame, this lets me do a pretty accurate lineup of the image with the stamp. I line up the stamp face down in the frame and then lower the foam sticky side down noting the registration marks.
Then I dust powder on the sticky part and cut out with a hot knife making sure to keep it as vertical as possible.
After a bit of a learning curve the results are quite professional looking and makes using my stamps easier and way easier to store space-wise. I've bought some dura-lar to cling them onto, and will store in stamp pockets.
Forgot to add: stamping image on the foam requires a delicate touch. Too much pressure will give you a smooshy image.
I had stamped each set onto a sheet of 4x6 paper and laminated them. The (now cling) stamps stick well on the 4x6 laminated sheets and I am able to store them ALL in the one shoe box.
Its a messy project and nothing fast or pretty about it. I don't need them to look great as they are not on display, but they work great. I used odorless mineral spirits to FREQUENTLY clean the glue off heavy duty scissors; however, the space I have saved was well worth the trouble.