I filmed this video two weekends ago. I was planning to share it with you last week, but a silly video in “my” stamping space took its spot. 🙂
I’m a huge advocate of The Adhesive Remover (found in the bottom, left corner of page 175 in the Annual Catalog). This stuff is PERFECT for cleaning up the mess left by SNAIL Adhesive or Multipurpose Liquid Glue – whether the mess is on a card or on your table. My Adhesive Remover is always found on the table to the right of my Grid Paper when I’m stamping. It’s always in reach and (like Stampin’ Dimensionals) is used on almost every card.
Quick summary of the video:
- Use the Adhesive Remover to swipe away SNAIL Adhesive and dried Multipurpose Liquid Glue – swipe in one direction.
- Gently swipe the Adhesive Remover over a stamp image to condition the stamp to better retain ink.
- Trim the edges of the Adhesive Remover when they get dirty to create a clean edge.
- Keep your Adhesive Remover to the right of your Grid Paper so it’s always in reach.
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Tomorrow is the Big Day! Not only is Monday the day when Stampin’ Up! announces its Retired Products List (at midnight MT), but it’s also the start of five days of FREE SHIPPING on everything you buy. Stampin’ Up! has always sold accessories “while supplies last” and stamp sets through the end of the catalog term. Well, this year they’ve announced that BOTH will be sold “while supplies last.” Monday might be your last chance to get some of the great items before they are gone forever.
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Stampin’ Up!’s Starter Kit. It’s a wonderful time to be a new Stampin’ Up! demonstrator. If you have ever thought about it, now’s the time. When you buy the Starter Kit (it’s just $99 for YOUR CHOICE of $125 of current project), you can earn a free pass to Stampin’ Up!’s Convention in July AND have early access to Project Life and select items from the new Annual Catalog. Woo hoo! Best yet – there’s absolutely no risk and no commitment. Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to be a part of my stamping community.