Vinyl for converting wood mount to clear mount back in stock!

Many of you have seen my videos and photo tutorials on converting your wood mount stamps to clear mount using my Tissue & Vinyl Technique and have successfully converted your stamps.  Well, guess what?  I finally have vinyl back in stock and ready to go!  Order buttons are below.  If you haven't seen my technique before, you can find all the videos and photo tutorials here.  This is the most cost efficient method you'll ever see (only $1.75 per sheet in 15 sheet pack) and it leaves your converted stamps with indexing labels just like the clear mount stamps we sell!  We also have empty stamp cases that match all your other clear mount sets.  You can find the clear mount stamp cases here.  Only $5.95 for a pack of 4!

SSFLovelyLetters   Here's an example of how converting your stamps can make them easier to use as well as

SSFLovelyTracyEE taking up less storage space.  These letters are from the Lovely Letters set which is only available in wood mount.  I got this set after I developed my Tissue & Vinyl Technique and used the instructions shown in video #2 HERE and also the beginning of the photo tutorial HERE.  As you can see in the first photo above, it's easy to line up the letters using our Grid Paper and then you just set your clear block over the stamps and press to adhere.  And here's a card I made using my converted stamps.  Tracy has a birthday coming up soon, I hope she doesn't see this!


  • Lovely Letters Alphabet stamp set 115030
  • STAMPIN’ UP INK PADS:  119670 Early Espresso, 101406 Jet Black StazOn
  • STAMPIN’ UP CARDSTOCK:  101650 Very Vanilla, 100702 Old Olive, 102544 Rose Red
  • STAMPIN’ UP ACCESSORIES: 121782 Springtime Vintage Designer Series Paper, 104152 Paper Cutter, 110755 Multipurpose Liquid Glue
  • NON-STAMPIN' UP ITEMS: 8 mil or .008 clear vinyl, white tissue paper, tape, scratch paper, pencil 

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7 Responses to “Vinyl for converting wood mount to clear mount back in stock!”

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  1. Crystal M. says:

    I just discovered your blog and watched your videos on converting wood mount to clear mount. I noticed that you are selling the vinyl sheets… what are the measurements of the sheets? Do you have an idea of how many stamps can be converted per vinyl sheet (I realize the sizes vary so much, just hoping for some idea on how much I need)? And then my last question is the price for the sheets, does that include s&h?
    ~Crystal M.

  2. Susan Peters says:

    Crystal, they are 9″ X 12″ and S&H is included in the price. Check the blog post on 2/16/2011 for more.

  3. Crystal M. says:

    Thank you so much Susan for responding to my questions so quickly. I appreciate your help. I’ll be placing an order shortly.

  4. Elise Leverton says:

    Hello there! I bought vinyl from you over a year ago, and I FINALLY got over being a chicken and gave it a whirl — it was pretty dang easy! And, I converted FIVE stamp sets from one vinyl sheet! (“friends 24-7”; “forest friends”; “trendy trees”; “tree trimmings” “congrats”) And, if I wanted to squeeze I could’ve fit in more, but I wanted to give myself room for error!

    Definitely worth buying the vinyl sheets from you — I don’t have to waste time/money trying to find the correct stuff. Very cost efficient.

  5. Susan Peters says:

    Congratulations, Elise! I’m so glad to hear of your success converting your stamps and that you found it so easy to do. I appreciate you letting me know. Making this easy and cost efficient was my goal.

  6. Elise Leverton says:

    Oh, I was wrong! I actually converted SIX stamp sets on one vinyl sheet!! I forgot that I did “asian artistry” too! And those are some decent sized stamps! So, plugging away on some more sets today — so far have gotten through half of “for all you do”, and finished “tres troqueles”.

  7. Susan Peters says:

    Even better! You must be a converting pro by now! Send me some pictures of your converted stamps and a card you’ve made. I’d love to see them!

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