My Most Popular Post For 2012: Getting Cling Mount Stamps To Stick

Wow, it has been a busy amazing year for me with my business. I appreciate all my blog visitors and customers. I look forward to an equally busy 2013. I had one blog post that has been overwhelmingly popular so I thought I would highlight that today. I hope this post has helped anyone searching for the answer to those cling mount stamps that fall off.

Happy New Year: This a repost from February 18, 2012.

Vinyl tablecloth with Acrylic block

I am not sure if you can see in the first picture the piece of vinyl draped over the acrylic block, but it is the neatest thing since sliced bread!! That's the saying right. Anyway, if you want your cling stamps to stick to your acrylic blocks be sure to read on!

Edited to add: See a video of how this works.

My downline Cheryl told me about this about a year ago, but I just never got around to try it out. It is so worth it!

Now that I have raved about this vinyl, I will tell you what I did. I went to a fabric store and purchased a 1/4 yard of the lightest vinyl tablecloth they had and have been cutting them down to fit my acrylic blocks. The vinyl sticks to the block like magic and then the cling stamps stick to the vinyl. **Remember to clean off that vinyl from time to time. It gets dirty too.

They have not been popping off the blocks even with how dry it is at my house right now. The thin vinyl just stays right on my block ready for the next use.

I would recommend that you clean your block really well before your add the vinyl piece. The stamps even stay "stuck" while you are cleaning them off.

And the best thing! I got a ton of the vinyl for only 24 cents! You can't beat that price. It is only a quarter of a yard, but it is really wide.

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