Tonic Accent & Edger Punches
October 12, 2010

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Viewer Comments

Sandra (posted 8 years ago)
I am so enjoying Ann as a webisode host. She's articulate and not afraid to show mistakes. Keep up the great work!
scrappygail (posted 8 years ago)
Thank you so much for the border system tips and tricks. I know my punches will now get a real workout with all the ideas you've given us.
Debby (posted 8 years ago)
I so much appreciate your teaching us how to use your products. I never got the Blue tabs to figure out the centerinng. I need to see how thingswork. And, the fact I am able to watch this episode again & again to be sure I can work with mine. Again, THANK-YOU.
Audrey R (posted 8 years ago)
I have a few of these Tonic punches. Love them, but am going to love them even more now that I know how to use them !!!! Didn't realize that this was a centering ruler, and to start in the middle; then the 3.5 cm trick !! WOW, here I thought the little blue tabs were there to hold the paper down. hahaha
Annette Siverson (posted 8 years ago)
I have the Tonic border punch system and while I love the punches could never quite figure it out. Thank you LeNae, Ann and Paulette for showing us how! I'm going home to play with mine after work!
Connie (posted 8 years ago)
Thanks so much for the help in the Tonic Border System. It sure solves some of the problems I have had. Love it when I find a way to make life easier!
Debbi Poynter (posted 8 years ago)
I have the Tonic system and a few punches but was so disappointed that I could never get them lined up right every time. Now that I know to put it on 3-1/2 centimeters, I am so thrilled that I will definitely be buying more of these punches. Thank you so much! Especially to LeNae for figureing that out!
Doris (posted 8 years ago)
Thanks so much for the tips on the placement of the Tonic system. Who would have guessed it was easy???
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