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Alpine Snowflake Punch
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Alpine Snowflake Punch

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From snowflakes to 3-D roses! This punch does dual-duty: you can punch quick & easy snowflakes. Or use it with the other Paper Blossoms punches to create beautiful 3-dimensional roses! The Paper Blossoms punches (link) work together so you can easily create realistic roses to add to cards, scrapbook pages, gift boxes, home decor items and more. You'll have fun punching and shaping the petals, then adding the flowers to your projects. Use the Paper Tool Kit (link) and the Craft Molding Mat (link) to shape your punched petals, making them realistic. You can also create lovely pansies and begonias with the same punches used to make the roses. Best of all, you can make flowers in the papers and colors to perfectly match all your projects! You'll get complete instructions with the punch and you can view videos on the website.

Punches make it simple to add special shapes to greeting cards, tags, scrapbook pages, and stationery because you can produce intricate designs fast. And the lever design makes it easy on your hand, too! To use the punch, just slip your paper into the slot on the punch and press down on the lever—it's that simple! The punch produces a 1 3/8" snowflake and is from our friends at McGill.

Part number: 4003800

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