Wednesday, August 5, 2015

Tip to clearn your Photopolymer stamps

Hello Friends 
Before I get started I want to apologize for yesterday supplies list if you read me post yesterday you know what I'm talking about. I learn that I can NOT depend on spell check. Again I'm so sorry. 

   Time to do some cleaning...don't run away cause I said cleaning I have a great tip for cleaning your photopolymer stamps. After you use some photopolymer stamp it seam that they catch dust, linen and such and it don't stick on the clear block good even when you clear clock are clean the best way for me is to use dish soap and wash your stamp and rinse under running water and they will work like a charm again. I have a video on my blog or my You Tube channel and how quick and easy it is to clean them. Plus if you miss my video on how to clean your clear block CLICK HERE when both are clean stamp stick very good and no more doping your ink stamp on your card :) 
 
Now I couldn't just talk about cleaning so here a quick card with the Flower Patch. Not sure who gave me this card or if it was part of a swap but it been sitting on my desk I want to make some for thank YOU card. The blue tone is the Coastal Cabana it is retired but I will use the mint macaroon. So I listed all supplies at the bottom and I put the mint macaroon instead of the coastal cabana I think it will work perfect.  Well my friends this is it for now till next time happy stamping.





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France Martin
France Martin

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9 comments:

  1. Great tip! Thank you for sharing all your tips. I've learned a lot from them. I love checking in daily to see what you have to share! Happy Wednesday. Hope you have a great day :)

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  2. Makes sense to wash the photopolymer like you said. I also like your past tip on how to clean the acrylic blocks.
    Thanks!

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  3. My tip would be to put the strainer in the drain so you don't loose the smaller pieces (ask me how I know!)

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  4. Very good tip, I also read to use pink pirohette ink and stamp all your photopolymer stamps in it first since it is the lightest and that would help to stop the dark staining of the stamps since the stamps would be "stained" in the lightest color? Anyway, you are a joy, France!

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  5. Can't wait to try this! That photopolymer is a magnet for my cat's fur. (Also, I just CASEd your Balloon Bash card with the punched circles and run through the Large Polka Dot EF. One of my new favorites!)

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  6. Great tip! Thanks for your timely advice -- again!

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  7. What a pretty flower card and a really
    helpful tip on cleaning my not-so-sticky-anymore
    stamps! I look forward to your blog with coffee.

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  8. Great tip. I think Dawn soap is good for everything. Thanks for sharing.

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  9. Angela PhienbouphaAugust 5, 2015 at 2:13 PM

    Always appreciate the quick tips!!

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