Username Post: scallopped punches        (Topic#1481181)
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Which scallop punch do you find works best and easist to use and line up with?


 
Scrappy_Mom_in_MI
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In response to lori lynn

LOVE this one!!! (Threading water)

In fact, I loved it so much I had to go buy a couple of others - LOL!!!



 
Scrappin Kitty
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I like the lace pp scallop punch from Martha S.


 
ajroemisch
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In response to Scrappin Kitty

OOH! I LOVE punches right now!

Here's my fave we have in the store...

The others are SU!

I LOVE the scalloped punches the most!

The 2 1/4 inch square is MASSIVE! I love it!

The Fiskars border punches are super easy to use and line up....

I love the squeeze punches because they are so easy to use and I love that Fiskars flipped them over, too!


Edited by ajroemisch on 09-29-08 01:07 PM. Reason for edit: No reason given.


 
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In response to Scrappin Kitty

I think I am gonna have to use my next coupon on that threading waters punch!!!


 
annoniemous
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I have the Stampin' Up scallop edge punch and the Threading Water scallop edge punch. I like them both, but I find the Stampin' Up one much easier to use. It is more steady and solid than Threading Water.


 
ajroemisch
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  • saquartey Said:
I have the Stampin' Up scallop edge punch and the Threading Water scallop edge punch. I like them both, but I find the Stampin' Up one much easier to use. It is more steady and solid than Threading Water.



That is my next buy from SU! CANNOT wait! I love both...DH kept saying "why do you need two that do the same thing?" Dummy...lol...They dont do the same thing! One punches the little holes...Then he said "why cant you get the one that doesn't have holes, then punch holes in it if you want it..." uh...again..dummy...he'll never understand...Just how I will never understand why he needs 2 million screwdrivers that look exactly the same! lol!


 
New Kid On the Block
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In response to annoniemous

Can you please tell me how wide the su scallop punch punches at one time? Thanks for the info.


 
PaperPrincess13
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In response to lori lynn

I love my Threading Water one. I had a lady give me a coupon while I was at Michaels so I got it cheap. Other than that, I don't use a lot of punches because I use my cricut alot!


 
annoniemous
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In response to PaperPrincess13

Threading Water and SU both punch about the same width at a time. I wish they punched more.


 
Amber Boren
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In response to annoniemous

The Fiskars Threading Water punch only punches out about 3 1/2 inches of border at a time, however I have never had a punch work so easy with lining up. I am not a punch fan, but this one is awesome.


 
annoniemous
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In response to Amber Boren

Threading Water certainly does not cut 3.5 inches at a time. Maybe 2.5.


 
mariposa326
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In response to annoniemous

Another vote for Threading Water! I love that thing!


 
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