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Have you ever thought about UNMOUNTING your Stampin' Up! wheels and using the individual images on your stamping projects?


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(I previously posted these samples here)

Let me show you HOW EASY IT IS!


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Step 1, cut wheel at seam

Unmount wheel 1

Step 2, peel rubber off wheel

Unmount wheel 2

Step 3, peel all the way off wheel

Unmount wheel 3

Step 4: cut images apart, either with Rubber Scissors or kraft knife

Cut rubber scissors

Cut rubber knife

Step 5: peel backing off of Clear Mount Cling Foam

Peel cling foam

Step 6: place rubber pieces on Clear Mount Cling Foam

Rubber on cling foam

Step 7: trim while on Clear Mount Cling foam

Trim on cling foam

Step 8: peel backing and adhere to clear blocks!

Wheel stamps

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Margaret Peltier

I have been unmounting my wheels for years but never thought to cut them apart....thanks for the idea.


Great idea Patty! Thanks for showing me how to do this. I am not a "wheel" person, so I am going to go and do this today! Yay!

Eileen mcClean

Patty, how do you store these, I thin you would you the clear mount stamp cases but as these do not have any paper or the clear paper you usually get on a clear set, how do you prevent it from sticking to the case?

Hair clip accessories

Great Idea!! I would have never thought of using them that way!!

Seletta Henry

Thanks ever so much for the heads-up idea using the wheels. I like the wheels and have several, but my stampers as well as myself find them tedious to use. This is a great solution.

Nena Shaw

Thanks again Patty for the great idea...I've done it to a lot of my wheels, but just recently someone requested Wheels & Big Shot as the theme for their upcoming workshop. So I quit for now as I need a couple wheels to share. I love my True Friend stamp (and all of them) and have used it for other ideas. :-)

Shirley Kramer

I have wheels I like but just do not use anymore, so this is a great idea!! I too was wondering about storage.

Sue Keller

Thank you Patty for the directions, using the wheel. I never thought of using them this way. Never seem to be able to get my wheels straight when I use them, this would work for me. Thanks sue

Laura G

Thanks for the great idea. I don't get my wheels out very often, I should probably think about doing this!

Joanne LImoges

I don't find the cling foam in the latest catalog. Help.

patricia posk

Thank you Patty what a great tip. I have a few of those wheels and this is a way that I can use them again...thank you so much.

Lavina Ann Semmler

Hi, where can I buy the Cling foam? Does Stampin up sell it? Thanks!


Hi, I just started doing this with my wheels. Love the idea of cutting them apart. Do you by chance have any creative ideas of what to do with the wheels after the stamps are unmounted? I have them sitting in a box and keep staring to see if something comes to mind :)

Arlene Yager

Thankyou for the great new way to use the old wheel stamps. But where do you get the Clear Foam pads? They are not n the current catalogue of 2017.

Susan Baker

Great idea...thanks for sharing!!!

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