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Tuesday Tip - Clear Mount Stamps


Welcome to another Tuesday Tip session!! Have you ever inked up your stamp and when you go to stamp, the rubber stamp falls off the block? I have had this happen to me a few times and when I saw this trick on Pinterest from my fellow demonstrator friend Frenchie, I had to give it a try!! 

At first, I was like what..that won't work! But, I picked up some Bee Wax lip balm and gave it a's works like magic!! The stamp stays on the block and doesn't fall off. A little tip, don't put to much wax on, or the stamp will slip off the block!! 

I create a photo tutorial for you to show you this cool technique!!


I hope you found this tip helpful and I would love to hear your thoughts on it? I would love to hear from you...any tips you would like to learn about for upcoming Tuesday Tips, please leave me a comment or send me a message and I will add them to my list!!

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Wendy Sibley

Thanks Anne. Another option is the blue stick 3M repositionable ashesive. It cleans off with a baby wipe or soap and water, and stamps don't fall or slide. Its available at Staples. Great stuff!

Marion G

That looks amazing Anne! I am definitely going to give it a try. Thanks for the tip!

Anne Granger

Thanks Marion, let me know how you like it. Have fun stamping!!

Anne Granger

Wendy, thank you for the tip, I will have to check that out next time I'm in Staples!!

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