Introducing the Stampin’ Up! Cling Mount Stamps!
If you experienced some difficulty getting the Stampin’ UP! Clear Mount stamps to stick to your clear blocks in the past, and you stopped putting the labels on them like I did, just to help them stick to the block, then you were probably frustrated when you could not tell what the image was, like this photo below…
The Solution – Cling Stamps!
With Stampin’ UP! Cling Mount Stamps you can confidently put the image labels on your stamps and they will cling perfectly to the clear blocks while inking, stamping and cleaning!!
The cling mount stamps feature our fabulous red rubber, as always, but now include a strong repositionable backing that allows the label to cling perfectly to the clear blocks.
Shop Cling Mount Stamps:
See all CLING MOUNT STAMP SETS HERE.
You’ll want to be sure you take care in removing the stamp from the clear block!
Please watch the video below to see how to mount the cling mount stamps and remove them from the clear blocks.
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Just ordered some new products and will be happy if the stamps cling like in the video…
yes, they definitely cling just like the video.. I think you will love them!
Thanks Patty for sharing the video….. It was frustrating at times getting them to stick to the blocks……Have a great weekend
I thought they were too sticky. Had a heck of a time getting them on the stamp and off my fingers. Trying to figure out how to make them less sticky
They are pretty sticky!! I saw a video from one lady who tapped the sticker side onto the back of her hand several times before putting it on the block. She said that helps.. you could try that.
Quick question, the video says they don’t recommend using staz on cleaner. If you sing Amazon ink then what do you clean with?
Spell check is miserable. If you use staz on ink then what do you clean with?
I have only needed to use StazOn once so far, but I just cleaned it with water and the Stampin’ Shammy and let it have some black stain on it. It doesn’t affect future stamping, so I figured it would be ok.