Sunday, May 23, 2010

Tack n' Peel How To

I'll admit it. I'm very stubborn and set in my ways. Several people have told me about this wonderful product Tack n' Peel but I was insistent I didn't need it. I had my handy EZ Mount Cling. 

Well finally I gave in and tried the Tack n' Peel. Oh my! I really should learn to be willing to give products a try!! LOL!!



For those who don't already use this product here's a quick "how to".


Place your block on the Tack n' Peel sheet.

Trace the outline of your block with a permanent marker.


Next take your scissors and cut out shape you just drew.

Peel off the yellow liner and place onto your block.




Peel off the clear liner--but do NOT discard!




Next, place your stamp on the sticky side and voila' you're ready to stamp! I used Lily Ladybug here...isn't she so cute?? Remember her and her friends are on sale!



When you're done, just peel off your stamp and replace the clear liner.


You can also *stick* other items to your block for fun stamping--rubber bands, etc.


It also says to rinsing with water and allowing to dry will make the surface sticky again so you can use it multiple times!


I also wondered about my millions (okay, maybe not millions) of stamps already with the EZ mount cling on them so I tried that....I used sweet Bubbles from Elisabeth Bell for SCACD. It worked just fine too!



Yup, I'm sold. I'll be ordering more Tack n' Peel to do all my blocks now--have you ordered yours yet??

4 comments:

Angela said...

I love Tack N peel. Way more economical then Ez Mount sheets. I only use tack n peel on one side of my acrylic block, then for my stamps that already have ez mount I use the side of the block that is tack n peel free.

Ann said...

I've used this for years - it's amazing and has saved me a fortune in EZ foam.
I need some new as my original is very ink stained.
Glad you've tried it at long last.
Ann xxx

Karen Wilson said...

Now THIS is cool!! What a great idea! Thanks for sharing!

Bobbi said...

Quick question because I have been looking at getting some of this as well, does this come off your blocks easily after they lose their stickiness?

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