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  • Junk
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    I started using this punch. After about 15 punches, it jammed! I cannot get it to open. I never had a punch break on me before.

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    retire55 June 11, 2013
  • Will be fun!
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    This punch will make some nice paper flowers for cards. It may cost the extra .20 to mail for "Hand Cancel Please" but the beauty will be worth it. It takes two pieces of designer paper, glued a little bit over from the first one so that the petals overlap a bit. Then roll and fold petals as you create the flower. The designer paper can be two different designs, the same, or one just a coordinating color. Using 12" long paper doubled seems a little big to me so I will make most of them with 8" paper and see how that goes. Paper theropy is a good thing.

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    redanne January 21, 2013
  • Dahlia Punch
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    A really lovely flower made by puncing this across 2 few sheetsm layering them and rolling. visit the eksuccess site fr a video/ Worth having!

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    Jenn NYC November 29, 2012
  • An Easy Way to Make A Quilled Flower
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    I have known how to quill for several years. A few years ago, I bought the Cuttlebug (by ProvoCraft) kits for making quilled flowers. They worked well, but not nearly as easily as the EK Punches. With the EK Punches, all I have to do is to punch out two twelve inch layers from two different scrapping papers or cardstock. That's really all there is to it :0) (EK suggests that one uses one layer from a patterned scrapping paper or cardstock.) I simply go down one edge of a 12"X12" piece of cardstock from a plain piece and a patterned piece. After punching both layers, all I have to do is lightly glue the layers together, offside to each other, and begin rolling it up, tightly at first. There are instructions on the back of each package. It helps to add a drop of glue from a glue gun once in awhile. I continue to roll and voila! I have a gorgeous flower - SO easy! I usually add some leaves, from some of my various punches, and I have a "knock-em-dead" front of my card! EK makes three varieties of these punches. Try one and you'll be back for the others :0)

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    stgeorge1 March 15, 2012
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