If you’re already a stamper, this may seem pretty fundamental to you. But if you’re new to the world of rubber stamping, sometimes it’s tricky to find the basic information that you need to get started.
When your Stampin’ Up! stamps arrive, they come unmounted: the wood blocks, the die-cut rubber sheets and the sticker sheet. They come this way because they’re less expensive for Stampin’ Up! to produce, and thereby less expensive for us to purchase. Yay! 🙂 Stampin’ Up! stamps are a great value, especially if you compare the price of a full set to the cost of buying every stamp individually.
Here you’ll learn how to mount your stamps–or at least the way that *I* mount my stamps. The more you stamp, the easier it will be to adapt a method that works perfectly for you.
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