Series of videos I’m working on

I’m working on a series of video tutorials for you about a super cool new technique I developed.  Since Stampin’ Up! announced our new Clear Mount stamps, many of you have been searching for ways to convert your wood mount stamps.  I’ve seen a couple of different ways.  One method adds extra cushion which we don’t need and costs about $4.50 for an 8-1/2″ X 11″ piece and you don’t have an indexing label – you know – the picture of the stamp that’s on the back of it like our clear mount stamps have.  The other method provides a great looking indexing label but you have to learn a complicated set of instructions and if you don’t have the right computer program you’re out of luck.  Unless you want to buy it for around $100 or so.  The technique I developed is easy, you will have indexing labels and the cost is very affordable!  Here’s the first one.  I’ll keep posting them here as they are finished.  You can also see them on YouTube by searching on stampsomefun.  When you’re watching me on YouTube, be sure to subscribe so that you’ll be kept up to date each time a new video is added.

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  1. Heather Leech says:

    This looks like an awesome system! Thanks so much for sharing. I’m wondering, though, where you get the vinyl from? I wouldn’t have a clue where to look. Thanks!
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    Hi Heather!
    Thanks for your comments and question. Clear vinyl, sometimes called crystal clear vinyl or double polished vinyl. Do NOT purchase matt or frosted – those won’t work. I have used both 0.004 and 0.008 with great results. Look in fabric stores – they sometimes refer to it as vinyl fabric, even though it is just a big roll of clear vinyl. I found it in the area where they have the big 54″ wide rolls hanging on racks. You might also be able to find it in some hardware stores. Just make sure you get vinyl and not plastic or polyethylene. I originally found it by doing a Google search on clear vinyl. -Susan

  2. Heather Leech says:

    Thanks so much for the info!! I appreciate it! I look forward to more posts on your blog!

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