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  1. Place block on the yellow side of the Tack ’n Peel sheet and trace the outline with a thin permanent marker.
  2. Use scissors or craft knife to cut out the traced shape.
  3. Peel off the yellow liner from the Tack ‘n Peel and place onto the block or handle.
  4. Remove the clear liner but do not discard.
  5. Place your unmounted stamp or any found object onto exposed side and begin your stamping project!
  6. When finished, remove the stamp or design object and replace the saved clear liner to protect the surface until ready to use again.
    (Caution, unmounted stamp or design object should be removed for proper storage to prevent difficulty in removing later.)
  7. When ready for re-use, restore tackiness by just wiping the surface with a wet cloth or rinse with water if needed, and allow to air dry.


  • Leftover pieces of Tack ‘n Peel can be used as double-stick tape for storing unmounted images in clear plastic cases.
  • Certain inks may stain areas not covered by unmounted stamp while
    Tack ‘n Peel is in use. This should not affect the performance of the sheet, however, if heavy build up of ink stain reduces the tackiness, replace the Tack ‘n Peel.
  • To prolong the life of your Tack ‘n Peel, store away from heat and direct sunlight.


The adhesive layer provides a strong bond for unmounted rubber stamps, but moreover, will let your creativity flow by adhering any design objects to stamp with. Use rubber bands, strings, plastic wrap, die cuts, fun foam, paper fasteners, etc to create unique backgrounds, patterns and custom images.

Use a rubberband or strings to create custom patterns
Use a bubble wrap or sting on a brayer to create backgrounds
Use wraping foil to create funky images

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