Wondering what to do with old wood mounts from rubber stamps that you've converted into unmounted rubber stamps? This is a fun little project, creating an accordion using old wooden stamp blocks.
To remove the rubber stamp from the wooden block, just place it in the microwave for 10, 20 or 30 seconds, depending upon your microwave. This softens the adhesive and the rubber stamp will just peel right off the block. Then the wooden blocks are ready for sanding, painting and decorating.
I'll let the pictures do the talking!
I used the Aspen Unmounted Rubber Stamps to decorate the panels before attaching.
A black cardstock hinge is used to connect the painted wooden blocks.
Of course the other side can look completely different!
As always, thank you for stopping by Club Scrap Creates!
Wishing you a creative weekend!
Kay at Club Scrap
**********THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED**********
It's time for another giveaway! Today's "blast from the past" is the June 2005 Varsity Club Scrap kit. One of the most popular requests for special edition kits is a "sports" theme, and this is a classic. This kit includes 8-1/2 x 11" and 12x12" textured printed and plain papers, two wood-mounted rubber stamps, ribbons, medal stickers, zipper pulls, and ink pad and more!
To qualify for the random drawing, leave a comment on today's blog post listing your favorite sport. A winner will be chosen and announced on the December 7 blog post by 10am Central. Good luck to you!
The Day 5 Giveaway random drawing winner was comment #60, ScrapnBarbie. Congratulations! Watch your next kit shipment for your prize!