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General Techniques

Mounting Rubber Stamps on Cling


  • Cling Cushion
  • Unmounted Rubber Stamp
  • Non-Stick Scissors
  • Acrylic Block
  • Double sided tape
  • Black Stazon

1. Remove paper from the cling side of the cushion.  Place double sided tape on the back of rubber stamp and stick to acrylic block, taking note to line it up with the corner. (Optional)

3. Ink with Black Stazon and lining up the stamp with the corner of the cling cushion and stamp. Let the ink dry about 10 minutes. (optional)
4. Remove the stamp and double sided tape from the acrylic block and peel the paper from the sticky side of the cling cushion. Place stamp on sticky side making sure to line up the corner like you did on the cling side.
5. Trim the rubber and cling cushion, taking care to hold the scissor straight, not at an angle and make straight cuts, not curves. Cut close to the image.

6. Place cling mounted stamp on acrylic block and ink like you would a wood mounted stamp. Clean the stamp and remove from acrylic block and place on storage sheet.

Storage Options
  1. Keep your stamps in a 3-ring binder and use Plastic Storage Sheets, (#98500 or 98501).
  2. Stamp images on white cardstock and laminate sheet and store images in a box.
Laminated Image Sheet shown

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