Saturday, April 12, 2008

Episode 4- Unmounting Your Stamps

43 comments:

  1. I love your tutorials. They are excellent and I'm learning so much from you. Thank you!

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  2. This is great... I had no idea you could do that ...where do you get the mounting material??
    Jeannie

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  3. Thank you so much for this video. I have been very interested in converting rubber stamps to use on the clear acrycic blocks. You explained it very well.

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  4. another lovely video thank you

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  5. Robyn, thank you so much for this tuturial. I have tons of stamp sets that need to be remounted -- this gives the exact know-how to do it right.

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  6. Thank you so much Robyn! I didn't even know you could do this...I sold a ton of my Stampin' Up stamp sets for about $30 because I didn't have room to store them. I wish I had seen this first!

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  7. Great tutorial! Always easier to understand things when I can SEE the process!

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  8. Thank you so much! I am just beginning the process of unmounting and am thrilled to learn I do NOT have to microwave every single SU! stamp I own.
    Happy stamping!

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  9. Thank you for your valuable information. I think I will try converting all my mounted stamps soon. Where do i find the supplies to remount them to the cling system?

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  10. Robyn: Thanks so much! You gave me the confidence I lacked to do this. (And my scrap room tells me I really need to do this pronto!) I am going to look for the adhesive this weekend.

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  11. Robyn, thanks so much for posting this video!! I'll be converting all my stamps over shortly and it'll definitely be a lot easier seeing your demo! You ROCK for posting all your videos, I'm learning a lot from you! =)

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  12. Hi Robin. Thank you for showing this with everyone.Where can I buy the easy mount foam from.??? I would need to mail order it as I live in Australia.
    Thank you again... YOU Super crafter (FRENCHPOSSUM)

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  13. love this!!!! I haven't been using my stamps because they are wood mounted and bulky. I'll be transfering them and store in the cd cases also. Thanks a million Robyn~~

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  14. *Light Bulb* Thanks Robyn! I will find my closest SU person and shop shop shop!
    Where do you get the mounting foam!

    You are the best!
    Happy 4th of July!

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  15. Thanks, so much for this video. I am ready to get started redoing my stamps. Libby

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  16. Fabulous!!! Does anyone know where to get the cling material?

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  17. Great video...to get the ez mount, do a google search for "sunday international"

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  18. Robyn, Thank you !!

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  19. After seeing the amazing work you do on your cards I am definitely going to unmount all my mounted stamps. Thanks!

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  20. Robyn,

    Where do you find the easy mount stuff to unmount the stamps?

    Thanks,
    Lisa

    robbysmommyga@aol.com

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  21. Robyn,
    I love watching our videos! I am learning so much! Where do you get your eas mount foam and your acrylic mounts? Thanks! Penny

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  22. I googled it and found them here http://www.blockheadstamps.com/mounting.html

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  23. Yes, that is one of the places I have found the EZ Mount foam. Great stuff!

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  24. scrappinturtle4/02/2009 6:48 AM

    I love your video's, I've had my baby bug for 2+ years and learned alot from these video's.Please continue to do your video's.

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  25. great video! i always thought that i had to either have wooden stamps or the clear ones... now I don't have to worry about having to choose because I can now get the best of both worlds!

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  26. i'm so greatful for this. thanks!

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  27. Thank you SO MUCH for this tutorial! I unmounted ALL my stamps today and now have a whole shelf to put something else on! THanks!!!!

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  28. Robyn, I just watched your video on unmounting wooden stamps. I had no idea that could be done. I have tons of old stampin' up stamps. Where can I buy Easy Mount Foam? Your videos are just amazing. Thank you for taking the time to share with everyone you knowledge and talent. My email is queenb682@aol.com. Thanks. Janet

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  29. Hi Robyn, I just watched this video a few minutes ago and was amazed how simple that process is. Have you ever unmounted your wheels? If so, can you share how that is done?

    Thanks and I LOVE watching your videos...Every day i click on your blog :-)

    Kimberly

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  30. scrapin gr ma5/04/2009 9:06 AM

    great video can you tell me where I may find the Easy mount Foam?
    THANKS

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  31. Wow Robyn you are soooo full of ideas and tricks and tips; it's amazing!!! Now I know what to do with all my stamp from Stampin' up that are taking so much room in my drawers!!!

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  32. Wow, this is fab!!! I just love how easy it is and how it will save me a ton of room!!! thanks for sharing!!!

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  33. What a fantastic idea! I was trying to sell some of my SU sets because with the military, our household weight is limited and I just was trying to 'lighten the load'. Thank you for letting me keep all of my stamp sets and love them:)
    Alyssa

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  34. Thank yous so much Robyn. I have not ventured to stamps yet but I am looking into it.
    Thank you for all of your helpful tips.

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  35. You are a very clever lady. I love the use of CD cases for storing the unmounted stamps. This really frees up much needed space. Thank you for this tutorial.

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  36. How can we download you video ?

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  37. I love this method. I am going to convert all my stamps now. Thank you so much.

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  38. Question: Where do you get the easy mount and what do you do with the wood blocks afterwards? mom25boys84@yahoo.com

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  39. wow that is very clever!

    i din't know that you could do that!

    thanks for sharing :)

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  40. When I get the chance to convert my stamps, I'm going to re-use the wood blocks to make my own version of Tim Holtz's alcohol ink applicator (http://www.joann.com/joann/catalog/productdetail.jsp?pageName=search&flag=true&PRODID=prd33414). Just remove the padding and attach some velcro. You can attach a handle to the other side as well. Then cut felt to fit and ta da. I find Tim's are too big for my hands, so the smaller sizes should make them easier to use.

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  41. Robyn:

    Did you use the thin or the regular EZ Mount Foam?

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  42. Thanks Robyn this is such a help , I'll have so much more space if I get this job done ! Have a great week !

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