Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Another video tutorial.

I know a few people have been waiting for this tutorial on how to make cling mount stamps out of your current wood mount stamps. I must say I LOVE how well they work. It really takes no time at all to do, and then all your stamps are the same system. If you have any questions please email me or leave me a comment.

I should also mention, I made this video while my son was supposed to be playing nicely.... I promise no child or dog was hurt during the making of this video.... it just sounds like the dog was being mauled to death by a 4 year old boy :-)

Stamps: Very Thankful
Misc: Inkjet Vinyl

I still have a few sheets of these left over, so if you are interested in giving this a go, let me know.

Until next time, Happy Scrappin'


Tammy Q Howell said...

Thanks for the video. I am bookmarking your video. I want to unmount my wood sets as they take up so much less space. I love wood, but would love the extra space. What inkjet vinyl did you use? howe1472 @ bellsouth dot net
What did you use to stick your stamps on in the binder?

Teri said...

The music that is set on your site played during your video and I couldn't hear any of the video. Any suggestions on how to get rid of the background music?

Teri said...

Oops - never mind. I figured it out. Thanks for the video. It will be helpful to me!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the video. Would you please let me know where you purchased your vinyl. Thanks
Diane Schoonover

thestampinglady said...

I had trouble hearing the name of the vinyl you used to go through your printer. Can you post it and where you purchased it from. I have been collecting SU sets since 1996--so have so many sets to unmount--I never get rid of anything. Great video--I appreciate the info.

ArtisticInkspirations said...

Would you please post what type of cling vinyl you use and where you get it? Also .. what kind of acyrlic sheets do you store them on?? Connie..

Amanda said...

Like the others, I had trouble understanding the name of the cling vinyl you are using? Could you share the name with us? Thanks!!