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How to Turn Wooden Rubber Stamps Into Cling Mount Stamps


In this stamp tutorial, you'll learn how to un-mount your wood-backed rubber stamps and turn them into cling stamps so you can use them with a clear block. Not only will that make it easier for you to see when you're stamping, but it will save you so much space!

How to Turn Wooden Rubber Stamps Into Cling Mount Stamps


  • Wooden rubber stamps
  • EZMount Cling foam found here
  • Craft Knife





  1. You will want to take your wooden stamp, take your finger and try to get the the rubber off without the foam. If this doesn't work, try sticking it in the microwave for only 5-10 seconds. That will make it easier to take off.
  2. After that's taken care of, you will want to get your cling foam and find the sticky side, stick the stamp to it, and cut around the rubber stamp.
  3. Then, you will take the stamp with the cling, turn it upside down, and un-pill that piece of paper (that's to protect the cling mount), and you will have your cling stamp! Stick it to a clear block and stamp away.
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