This is one of my favorite punches because you can use them over and over again. To me the goal of scrapbooking is to be creative. You can embellish these, ink the edges, use rub-ons, use them on a layout or as tab dividers in a mini book. I like using these for my paper bags books.
Used in this project: ~*~ Birthday Paper Bag Kit ~*~
this punch is, well, fabulous - it's now somewhere on all of my layouts and it's uses extend beyond scrapbooking to so many organizational projects. it's one of those products that you wonder what you did without. well worth the cost.
Used in this project: like father, like son
I bought this punch after seeing is on Cathy Zielske's blog, for a mini book she made. I have used this punch more times than I can count, for hidden journaling pull tabs, for my recipe box, for mini books...the list is endless.
Used in this project: Taste of Home
I use this punch to organise my printed e-books as well as in scrapbooking projects. The punch is larger than I imagined but the tab size is great and it can be used in many different projects. All in all a great punch!
Used in this project: My great-grandmother
I love this punch and use it regularly. It's a little hard to press but if you stand and push down on it it's not too bad. It gives a really nice sharp, clean cut which is the most important thing. Very impressed.
This product is definitely worth the money and can be used in projects outside of scrapbooking, like adding tabs to composition books or address books. I love that the tab punch is double sided.
After seeing mention of this punch in lots of scrapping mags, I decided to just suck it up and buy it. It's been a great investment because it's so versatile!
I bought this punch to make my Smash book. It works great. i have found many other uses for this to help organize my papers for work.
You must be logged in to comment. Please click here to log in.