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Starburst Punch
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Starburst Punch

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Sensational starbursts! Inspired by nature, McGill's new Starburst Punch makes the perfect accent for any project...we especially love it for retro, winter and celebration themes! Simply slip your choice of paper into the slot on the side of the punch and press down on the top to punch a perfect shape. Line the back of the punched area with a contrasting paper to make the design really stand out!

Tip: If you ever start to notice your punch becoming a little dull, try punching a few shapes out of aluminum foil. The aluminum foil will sharpen the punch to give you crisp, clean punched shapes again and again.

Part number: 751083

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Comment After watch the weekly webisode, I fall in love with this "designer Punch" line. I just got my starbusrt punch, and I will use it to creat inner of the flowers, or fireworks scene by punch blue and red shapes and places on black background. so many uses. love it. I will get the fern one and leaf one too in the future.
Submitted Tuesday, May 12th @ 05:49 PM

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Comment Don't confuse this gem with a "snowflake"; it isn't!
It IS, however, one of the best finds in the catalog for enhancing greeting cards. Punch out a few in bright yellow to hi-light other 'weaker' graphics or simply dazzle a page of verse. Also, as the center of a paper flower, the 3-D effect is superlative.
Submitted Sunday, April 20th @ 08:51 PM

 

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