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Snow Border Punch
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Snow Border Punch

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Snowflake borders! Tonic Studios' Snow Punch lets you create festive shapes or borders on your Christmas and winter-themed projects. Simply slip your paper or cardstock into the slot on the side of the punch, then press down on the button to punch the shape. Use alone or combine it with Tonic Studios' Border System (link) for a perfectly punched border. Tip: If you ever notice your punch becoming dull, just punch a few shapes out of aluminum foil to sharpen.

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Part number: MW4000881

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Customer comments

Comment These "boot" punches from Tonic are so much fun! Not only do they work with the blue & grey punches, but with the smaller orange ones as well! I already owned a smaller orange music note punch that I REALLY wanted to make a border with! Recently, a friend told me to look underneath the border holder for an adapter... this made the smaller punch usable - YEAH! I am picking up a reindeer and snowflake punches today and cannot wait to make use of them BOTH on a Christmas card border. I truly look forward to seeing how it finishes!
Submitted Wednesday, August 12th @ 02:46 PM

Comment This punch will make my crafting easier. I love these punches from Tonic. They are easy to use and are very durable. Thanks.
Submitted Tuesday, January 13th @ 09:06 AM

Comment The punches are great and fit the border holder I have making it super easy to punch borders.
Submitted Wednesday, October 8th @ 04:02 PM


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