Making Your Old Red Rubber Stamps Sticky with Cling Adhesive

It is Friday! Happy Fri-YAY everyone! What does that mean for the blog? – Feature Friday. Today we are going to explore an adhesive called Cling Adhesive. It is located on page 127 of the 2022 Annual Catalog and on page 138 of the 2023 Annual Catalog. This week on the blog we used the Queen Bee Stamp Set and Dies also the Hive 3D Embossing Folder. Don’t forget that some of those are on the Last Chance List. But today, Cling Adhesive is our focus.

As you can see in the picture above, Cling Adhesive comes in a relatively large flat package. I received questions about it from my customers so I thought it would be a great product to feature this week.

I decided to film a video tutorial for you so you can see how simple it is to attach this adhesive to your stamps and to explain which stamps need this adhesive. Click the picture below to watch me demonstrate this Cling Adhesive on my YouTube Channel video tutorial. It isn’t too long and I do give tips and tricks for using it.

Below find a few more pictures of me applying Cling Adhesive to my stamps.

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In the Month of November, I will be having a CARD Fiesta Class on the 4th and 18th from 12:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. at a local Mexican Restaurant. Come socialize with other stampers, eat Mexican food, and stamp some cards. There will be a variety of cards for you to make each session. Feel free to invite a friend. For details to attend, contact me. I would love to connect with you there.

This year I also instituted a Kit-Together on the first Friday of the month at 7 pm EST. This month’s gathering will be on the 3rd of November and December’s will be on the 1st. Contact me if you would like to attend. Bring a Kit to work on. Feel free also to bring a friend. You can order one from my online store search under Kit Collection, or I have a few kits on hand that you can get cash and carry. I hope you will attend.

Also, I will have our Paper Pumpkin Procrastinators Group meet on the last Friday of the month also at 7 pm EST. This month’s gathering is on the 24th of November and December’s will be on the 29th. That is my way of ensuring that all my subscribers get their kits done every month.

Also, I live stream on YouTube on Tuesday nights at 8 PM EST and on Thursday afternoons at 1 PM EST. Replays are also available if these times do not work for you. I also have plenty of video content for you on my YouTube channel to stream at your leisure, so keep going there for more video instruction.

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See you tomorrow for more fun content!

(2) Comments

  1. Lou B says:

    Thank you for demonstrating how those adhesive strips go onto the banks of the older stamps. I was only putting a tiny piece of the adhesive strip into my old stamps. They stick but not as well as they will when I use more strips.

    1. Inky Hands Warm Hearts says:

      Yes, you need to cover the surface of the stamp as much as possible. Make sure you stick the part that is under the white strips on the plastic label to label on the stamp. Do not lift the entire cling adhesive off the sheet and then try to apply it.

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