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Doily Strip Geared Punch
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Doily Strip Geared Punch

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Effortless punching! Now you can punch decorative strips quickly, easily, and effortlessly. This ingenious geared punch from Tonic can create a lovely, intricate doily strip just with a simple push of the lever. Clever gears inside the punch help leverage more force onto the punch, cutting through paper, cardstock and lightweight metal with very little effort.

Use the punched strips on your cards, scrapbook pages, tags, and and more. The rubberized feet keep the punch in place during punching and the locking mechanism makes storing it simple. Punched image is about ⅝" wide and coordinates with the Doily Border Geared punch (link). Use them together!

Part number: 4005740

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Comment Will be using this punch for cards with ribbons. This is a fun punch and I look forward to creating new ways to use it.
Submitted Monday, May 27th @ 09:27 PM

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Comment This punch has worked great for Christmas cards. I have punched out a strip in the base card color and then treaded a coordinating ribbon through it to create a very striking border on one panel of my tri-shudder cards.
Submitted Friday, December 7th @ 05:54 AM

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Comment I really like this punch. It works easier than some I have used.
Submitted Monday, November 26th @ 02:59 PM

 

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