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    I have finally given in and bought one of those stamp mounts for a gorgeous stamp I have.
    I usually refuse to buy them as I think they are so expensive.

    Anyhoo, usually I use double sided tape to attatch them but maybe thats not the best thing to use.
    Any suggestions?
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    You can get plain steel and magnetic self-adhesive sheets that you can cut with scissors, though they come in various sizes Some places offer sampples either free or at a low price, too Attach the steel to the mount and the magnet to the stamp and Hey Presto No more tape needed

    Steve
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    • #3
      Hey steve how many smiles lol
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      • #4
        Thanks, I tried double sided tape placed all over the back, no gaps.
        But still it doesnt give a great impression, bits are missing!
        https://folksy.com/shops/GrimmExhibition


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        • #5
          I likes a good smile

          The magnetic sheet you can cut to the same shape as the stamp, so no variations underneath the stamp :wink:

          Steve
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          • #6
            I shall have alook for it.
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            • #7

              Have heard other people swear by good old prit stick - not tried it myself but it's gotta be worth a go.
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              • #8
                Try http://www.principlesofwar.com/miva/...egory_Code=MBM or you might get frightened if you Google for it

                Steve
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