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    Ive a load of unmounted rubber stamps but have finally got round to working out how to mount them on a block.
    I finally found a shop that sells U Mount which Ive heard of on the create and craft channel.It works brilliantly and I actually want to use my stamps more now.
    Bit annoying having to do all the cutting the mount to size and nearly sticyfied my good scissors but its well worth it.

    Anybody else use U Mount?

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    I thought of something completely different when I saw the title
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      Yes I use a similar product EZ Mount on some of my stamps, it does give a good cushion to the stamp and it's so easy to take the stamps on & off, but I agree it is a pain to cut around!

      And Swirly, tsk, tsk, what were you thinking about!!??
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        Originally posted by swirlyarts View Post
        I thought of something completely different when I saw the title
        Do you mean framing pictures??


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          I use EZ mount of Kling On which are both the same as U Mount just different manufacturers.

          Must say EZ is better than Kling on. I have ruined a good pair of scissors mounting my unmounted stamps, not just the glue but cutting throught the rubber with paper scissors! But I now have a great pair of scissors which is designed for cutting rubber so you stick the rubber to the mount and cut.

          Autumn Faerie will have a pair of these scissors to as they are Stampin Up! rubber scissors, they go through the rubber like butter, it hurt my hands with the scissors I used before.
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