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Martha Stewart Crafts Punch Around the Page, Round Lattice Punch Set

Martha Stewart Crafts Punch Around the Page, Round Lattice Punch Set
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Martha Stewart Crafts Punch Around the Page, Round Lattice Punch Set

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Description:

Use these punches together to create one continuous die-cut border. Punch your corners first and then use the edge punch to connect the pattern from corner to corner using the guides printed on the tool’s wings. These punches can be used separately to create elegant corners or trim on your scrapbook pages and cards.

Features:
  • Martha Stewart Crafts Punches are known for their quality, versatility, and cutting edge designs

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Product Details:
Product Length: 3.13 inches
Product Width: 7.0 inches
Product Height: 7.0 inches
Package Length: 7.1 inches
Package Width: 7.1 inches
Package Height: 2.4 inches
Package Weight: 1.0 pounds
Average Customer Rating: based on 1 reviews
Customer Reviews:
Average Customer Review:4.0 ( 1 customer reviews )
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4It's ok, but is stiff and I haven't been able to get the pattern exactly even all the way around  Dec 08, 2013
By SAC "Staise"
I love the way this punch looks, but it is stiffer and therefore harder to punch than I thought it would be. Also, even though i had my paper cut to the correct dimensions for producing an even effect, the place where you line up for the next punch is a bit off and makes for a final product that is not completely uniform. So, it didn't look like perfect looping circles that were evening spaced all the way around. I have heard that using wax paper helps to improve the stiffness problem, which I plan to try. I hope that after repeated use, I will have a method down for preventing the design from being uneven. A 1mm off-set leads to noticable degrading in the pattern when you go all the way around.

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