ABC's of Stampin' Up! - Punches


Features & Benefits
Quickly add interest to scrapbook pages and cards
Punch design offers
Compact, sleek body design that’s easy to stack and store
Wider lever action punch that makes it even easier to use than classic level punches
Greater cutting precision and better punching leverage than lever punches
Easy storage—locks shut, can stand on end or lay flat
Available in a variety of exclusive designs
Images in catalog are approximate size

Handheld Punch
Traditional hole punch
Available in 1/16" Circle

Standard Punches
Include border and corner punches
For best results, place punch on table and press firmly straight down

Double Punch
Punches and scores in one punch
Because of the punch functionality, you cannot see the paper through the punch opening; stamp sets that coordinate with this punch were not designed to be stamped and then punched
If you want deeper score marks, press the punch firmly

Builder Punches
Multiple coordinating images on one punch
Images can be used together or separately

Punch Packs
3 small punches in one pack
Available in two packs

Smooth punches by punching through waxed paper.
Punches are not meant to cut multiple sheets of paper at once. Cut only one sheet of paper at a time.
These punches are not designed to hold in your hand (with the exception of the 1/16" Circle Punch). You’ll get best results if you place the punch on a table and press straight down, applying pressure firmly
and evenly. If you try to hold it in your hand and squeeze it to punch, it will be very hard to press, and it might pinch your hand. To extend the life of the punch lock, squeeze the punch tightly before sliding the lock.

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