A punch is a valuable tool in card making and I love the SU! punch. Card making for me will never be the same without it.
Coordination is key for an enjoyable stamping experience. Cutting is easier and fussy-cutting takes a back seat when products coordinate.
I love decorative edges and a border does that beautifully. You can even create faux ribbons too, as shown on the cards above.
A set of circle scallops will help with layered flowers especially when there’s a coordinating stamp set.
A good label is a nice addition too for making tags and framing greetings to your cards.
Lastly, they help with cutting embellishments for bullet journals and scrapbook pages, as shown above.
Here are a few things to remember to keep your punch in tip top shape:
- Always close it when not being used. They are stackable too for easy storage.
- Punch only 1 sheet of card stock at a time. Chipboard may be too thick and may damage the punch.
- Glimmer Paper may dull it so try to avoid cutting paper that are rough in nature.
I hope that you enjoyed this product feature and that my cards have given you inspiration to use a punch.
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Would you like to learn how to use tools in card making? Let me know so we can organise a class for you. Bring along your friends too so you can share the experience.