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Water Lily Multi Shaper Punch

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For perfectly punched papers every time! This innovative punch from Blue Hills Studio gives you so many options…it's like 8 punches in 1! You can use it to add pretty borders and elegant corners to your pages and cards, or punch circles and ovals with lovely shaped edges! The punching mechanism attaches to the base with magnets, so all you do is lift the mechanism, place your paperon the base, then position the mechanism back on top (which means you can punch anywhere on your paper, not just the edge!) Press down on the punching lever as you would with any other punch, then remove the mechanism. Now just follow the guides printed on the base to align your paper, replace the mechanism and punch again. The guides show you how to punch perfectly spaced borders, corners, 4" circles, 5" ovals, 6" circles and squares of any size.

Use the punched circles, ovals and squares as a photo mats, or use the negative punched windows as a frames! Useful instructions for punching each type of shape are printed on the back of the package—or see our Webisode!

Note: The Multi-Shaper punches work best with lightweight paper and vellum. They're not recommended for use with cardstock or fibrous papers.

Part number: MW4003145

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Comment I love the water lily paper punch. It took a few minuted to understand the different sizes, but once you get it, it is easy and work very well. A little stiff on pressing the punch, and be sure to get it right the first time, or you can ruin it. Once you learn it, it really is an elegant addition.
Submitted Wednesday, March 7th @ 04:21 PM

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Comment I received this and the rose bud punch as well. I love the versatile uses for these.\i found the oval a bit getting use to but that was more me than the punch. \many lovely cuts can be made.
Submitted Friday, February 17th @ 06:50 AM