Lever Border & Strip Punches
January 17, 2012

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Maureen (posted 5 years 12 months ago)
I absolutely love the first card shown on the video however I do not see it in the gallery. Would you be so kind as to include it? Thanx!
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
it is there now. Thanks for asking.
Roberta Mezenski (posted 5 years 12 months ago)
I wish we could buy the punches as singles. I am retired and on a fixed income. It sure would help. Thank you, Roberta
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
Yes you can! You can find them 3 ways:
#1 Go to the gallery which is located under the webisode screen and you'll see the projects. You can click on the link to each item.

#2 Go to the search engine for Paper Wishes items and type in the name of the punch and you will be taken to the product page.

#3 Go to Paper Wishes homepage and put your mouse over the shop button over on the left side and you'll see the categories. Click on punches and you'll see all of them.

Thank you for asking the question because I'm sure others are thinking the same thing.
Pamela (posted 6 years ago)
I love that these have a latch to hold the lever down which makes easier storage, great looking out.
Taffy B. (posted 6 years ago)
I just have to have the dotty border punch. Reminds me of old-time lacey doilies. How about "innie keeper" as the name for the little hatch on the bottom? Thanks for another great Webisode.
Annette (posted 6 years ago)
Tonic makes the best products. I have a trimmer of theirs that I've had for years and it still cuts like a dream. And "confetti holder" is what I call it too, a la Paulette, though the other suggestions above are terrific. Oh, and Emerson, beautiful, beautiful, beautiful!
Suzanne Capik (posted 6 years ago)
Hey, so happy to see these made it into stock. A name for that little hatch on the botom that I have used it the "Escape Hatch!" -or- "Chaf Exit". I can't wait to get these at home! Thanks!
Tammy Davis (posted 6 years ago)
Oh, I want these! I think the "trash holder" should be called the "Piece Keeper"
Barb (posted 6 years ago)
Again, great ideas. Loved the look of the celtic strips on the photographs. The possibilities are endless. Thanks.
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