If you’re looking for scrapbook punches you have a choice. Either I can ramble on about punches I’ve used or I could send you to some great online resources where you'll have access to many different scrapbooking punches - many at a bargain price. After careful consideration, I figured you’d prefer the resources! Here goes.....
Here are some great sites that offer you a great choice of punches:
Scrapbook and card making punches
from the Scrapbook Super Center (we say ‘centre’, but you know what I mean). On this page you’ll be able to find selections of
animal and bug
, as well as
punches for basic shapes
Here is another great selection of
, including punches from McGill, Tonic Studios, EK Success, Martha Stewart, Fiskars, Marvy Uchida, Anna Griffin and Disney.
Looking After Your Punches
Scrapbooking punches can get a fair bit of wear and tear. Your blade naturally becomes blunt after a time and it’s a real faff when the punch hasn’t cut through the paper or card 100%. There are steps you can take though to keep your scrapbook punches sharp and reliable - even the ones you use all the time.
Clean the punch with a damp cloth. Watch those sharp edges, mind you.
She falls in love with you. Sorry. Wrong steps. Take a piece of aluminum foil and punch your craft punch through it several times in order to sharpen the edges.
Then try the punch on a thicker paper like cardstock to see if it cuts more easily. If this doesn’t work you can gently sand the edges of your punch with fine sand paper on each side to make them sharper.
Punch your craft punch through a piece of wax paper several times to lubricate the punch and clean off any adhesive residue.
To do this you'll need:
Punches create lovely motifs for you to embellish your layouts and
with. Keeping them nice and sharp will keep things fun and 'faff-free'.
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