Sunday, March 25, 2018

Challenge Post

Okay, to be honest, I have no idea who I can send this too.  I purchased this stamp at the stamp show in Springfield MA at the Lost Coast / Carmens' Veranda table.  If you ever have the chance to go one of their events - go, you will find the most Eclectic images available.  Crazy and Cool! They also have great make and takes and plenty of help if you need help!  Do you use a Misti? or other stamping tools?  Using a stamping tool means you don't have to mount your stamps on foam!  That will save you a Ton of money.

Here is only one table of unmounted rubber!  When I get my new stamps 
I give them a light coating of Best Glue Ever and let it dry.  This becomes a long term sticky back, no foam needed ( I also do this to restore my cutting mats).  To stoe, I just place the stamp on my a storage card.


Apply a fine bead and spread - I used an old plastic card or a paint spatula


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Here is my card:


Who would you send it too!



This card is my 3rd entry

Join in the Lost Coast Challenge with a card "Says Something", there is a great prize and the more that play the more they give away!
Thanks for stopping by and I hope you have a great day!



5 comments:

  1. I would send it to someone with a wacky/weird sense of humour - love it!! (Hmm, what does that say about me??)
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  2. You could send it to me, cos I think it's fab LOL. That monkey rocks. Great tips on using unmounted rubber. Need to see if I can get me some of that glue in Europe. Thanks for joining the Lost Coast Portal to Creativity challenge. Hugz

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  3. Lol this is such fun Ginny and the glue sounds amazing! Thanks so much for playing along with us again at Lost Coast Designs, Sue xx

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  4. Aw this is awesome! I love this stamp but don't own it so now I want one. Love what you did with this! Thanks for joining the LCD Portal to Creativity Challenge!

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  5. this is a very awesome creation! i think that wold be a great treat for anyone, especially someone with a sense of humor -- or who likes the study of ancient man! i love your tips on using your stamps, very clever! xo

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