Aloha!  Because people know I’ve removed all the woodie stamps (red rubber stamps on wood blocks) from the wood blocks they were made with, many people want to know how I use the clear blocks with the red rubber stamps that aren’t sticky.  So I thought I’d tell everyone because I tried a few different ways to use the red rubber stamps on the clear blocks but I definitely found a solutino I’m very happy with.

First, let me say I love having my favorite woodies now stored in DVD or CD jewel cases,  It has been the best storage solution since baskets were invented!  Looking back the process of removing all the ones I wanted to keep took a long time but I’m not sorry I did it.  The results have been marvelous!

Now for the sticky solution… And the good thing about this solution is that it’s more popular now and easier to find than when I was forst looking for ways to make my woodie rubbers work on clear blocks.  It’s called “Tsukineko Tack n Peel” and it’s made by the same people that make Versamark ink, Staz On ink, and all kinds of scrapbooking and rubber stamping inks and accessories.

How Tack n Peel works is you cut a piece the size of the block you will be using with anything that is not sticky and once you let the Tack n peel cling to the clear block anything can be used to stamp with.  So not only did I find something to use my woodie-less stamps with but I found something that I can stick string or whatever to and make custom backgrounds.   Fun, fun, fun.  Gotta Have It!

Aloha & Happy stamping & crafting.

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