Sunday, November 16, 2014

Tips for How to store your Photopolymer Stamp sets

Don't you struggle when you have the new Stampin' Up!'s photopolymer stamp set to store before and after you ink the stamps?

On its own original sheets, they are extremely sticky which is good sign but sometimes you might have hard time to remove from the sheets. Just recent I read someone even torn off the small images while trying to peel it off.  If you have to do it every time, it would be a big hassle.

From my experience, I would like to share my Tips for How to store your Photopolymer Stamp sets.

When you first received a photopolymer stamp set, you will get one of just like this.

#1 Clear Mount case (This is an example.)

 #2 Photopolymer stamp set comes on the acetate sheets inside the case separately.

#3 First I separate the index sheet and photopolymer stamp sets.

#4 Insert the index sheets in between the case and vinyl protector by using glue dots on the top and bottom only. You will consider which direction the sentiment and images would match. You can use a glue dots on the top and the bottom to just secure to stay in between.

#5 From the stamp set sheet, remove the stamps and layer them according to matching images of the index sheet.

#6 Completed storage. It peels off  from the case smoothly and when gets stick to the acryl block it stay stick strong.

Here are some other photopolymer stamps set that I stored in the original case. you will end up using only the index side of acetate sheet. You can use the spare clean acetate sheet for another purpose.


Hope this tips help you to store any photopolymer stamp sets organized and easy access and put it back. Please let me know if you have questions at seongsookduncan at yahoo dot com.

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  1. I did my Wonderful Wreath just like that! Works well.

  2. Thank you so much for sharing this great tip on stampin connection . I have just tried it fantastic . Thank you

  3. What a clever idea! I am going to do this wirh mine. Thank you!!!


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