More Multi-Shaper Punches
November 10, 2009

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vickie (posted 4 years 8 months ago)
Love these webisodes as i learn so many new ideas for cardmaking, scrapbooking and all the new products out. i also love the products in your catalogs and look forward to getting them all the time.
Marlene (posted 4 years 8 months ago)
I am so excited about your webisodes. I really enjoy watching and learning so much. Thank you!
Virginia Patterson (posted 4 years 10 months ago)
Thank you
Virginia Patterson (posted 4 years 10 months ago)
I am a self teacher and like to get new ideas.
Virginia (posted 4 years 10 months ago)
Love to learn how to make cards and share those that I make with others
Donna (posted 4 years 10 months ago)
When you purchase a multi shaper punch, there is a "tips and technique" on punching thru the paper. It is this: behind the circle (the circle being where you put your hand to punch down) is a part of the punch that sticks out. With the palm of your other hand press down on this piece while punching the circle part with your other hand. Makes it much easier to punch.
Jean (posted 4 years 10 months ago)
really appreciate the webisodes including cardmaking and not just scrapebooking. Love it all.thanks
Marcia Ravely (posted 4 years 10 months ago)
I love watching the Webisodes! The two ladies are so fun to watch, and I enjoy seeing how they use the products. Thank you.
charlsie (posted 4 years 10 months ago)
Thank you so much for the webisodes. I have learned so much from them and look forward to the next one. Also glad I can order products as my town does not have a craft store.
Audrey R (posted 4 years 10 months ago)
Bought one of these quite some time ago - never did get the hang of it, but seeing this demonstration has inspired me to try again ! Thank you for the inspiration !
Merilee (posted 4 years 10 months ago)
These punches are truly innovative! And I also really love watching your videos. They are tutorials and also full of inspiring ideas,but to have a money-saving package to go along with it is simply genious!
Rania (posted 4 years 10 months ago)
That are a very clever tools, and your demonstration is really interesting. looking to start my projrcts using the shapers.
Pamela Leblond (posted 4 years 10 months ago)
excellent
Maurica (posted 4 years 10 months ago)
Enjoyed the video and am anxious to see more.
Eileen Walker (posted 4 years 10 months ago)
I love your webisodes. It shows me the product before I order. Love it, love it.
Carol Bresee (posted 4 years 10 months ago)
They are beautiful, Hope to own them soon.
Sharen Dyck (posted 4 years 10 months ago)
I find these punches very hard to work with. You make it look so easy. I guess it just takes a lot of practise. i love the look of these punches and now am determined to conquer these punches after seeing your demonstration.
Wish me luck.
Keep up the great tutorials.
Thank You
Jackie (posted 4 years 10 months ago)
Very interesting punch. Beautiful designs. Thanks for showing us. Never seen these before.
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