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1  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Completed Projects / Re: Postage Stamp Tea Tin on: October 16, 2004 09:30:31 AM
From a current stamp collector, removing the paper and glue from the back of self-stick stamps can be done in the same way as regular stamps, by soaking them in water - only difference is you need to use hotter water and probably soak them a little longer, about 2 minutes.

We use lots of our excess stamps in the same way to cover tins, boxes, mirrors, frames etc. It's really neat when you can give people a whole set of matching tins and stuff.

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