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Holly Punch
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Holly Punch

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Punch your own Christmas accents! Inspired by nature, McGill's new Holly Punch makes the perfect accent for any Christmas or winter-themed project. 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: 751090

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$12.99  

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Comment Mcgill has a wonderful tool called STRONG ARM punch helper #4001419 and paperwishes does sell it. I have bought it and I love love love it. I have arthritis and was unable to use a lot of my button punches and especially my much larger punches, but now I can. It does have a very small issue which is the base, where the punch sits, has a hard plastic surface and makes the parts a bit slippery. Before I bought the Strong Arm I read the comment on it and they did state they had the same issue I experienced. I took some of the foam craft sheets with adhesive and cut a piece a little larger than my largest Mcgill punch and adhered to the base of the strong arm where the punches sit and like magic no more sliding. I am not sure why mcgill does'nt put on the foam themselves since it makes a big difference and will even improve the life of their Strong Arm. It is ergonomically correct, strong, painless and I definitely recommend it to folks with hand issues. No more standing on my larger punches. CHECK IT OUT!
Submitted Monday, September 28th @ 12:44 PM

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Comment I haven't used these punches very much but I find them very difficult to punch...takes a lot of muscle.
Submitted Tuesday, September 8th @ 03:04 PM

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Comment will get a lot of use.
Submitted Saturday, June 13th @ 04:56 AM

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Comment I love this punch. I make a lot of Christmas cards, not only for friends and family but I am also a volunteer for a hospice. I make cards for the patients and their families. This punch will make the cards very special and festive.
Submitted Saturday, April 11th @ 12:00 PM

 

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