Today I’m testing out a new crafting tool by Martha Stewart Crafts. It’s new and completely innovative – an edge punch that cuts a continuous die-cut circular border.
You don’t need to pre-cut a circle. You place your paper on the base and it is held in place by a powerful magnetic knob. The punch also aligns over powerful magnets so there’s no chance you won’t be lined up. You simply rotate the knob one click for each punch.
Here are the features:
- Punch a continuous, die-cut border in 7 different sizes for paper up to 12 inches
- No pre-cutting of paper is necessary
- Trims the paper while punching
- Great for creating paper crafts such as doilies, cards, decorations and placemats
- Additional circle edge punch cartridges are available for a wide range of punch designs
The Circle Edge Punch will be available exclusively on HSN and HSN.com while supplies last. Note: The Circle Edge Punch will not be available in stores – only on HSN.com.
Here are some of the pieces I made with the Circle Edge Punch. I was really amazed at how well the tool worked. I was concerned that I wouldn’t be aligned when punching but the magnets kept everything in place and the rotating knob worked perfectly.
Or make cards, scrapbooking elements and more.
Also, EK Success is having a sweepstakes and each Monday through December 31st 2012, five lucky crafty winners will win a $100 online shopping spree for MarthaStewartCrafts.com. (Martha Stewart Crafts is a member of the EK Success Brand family).
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In addition, for all your other Martha Stewart crafting needs, homework readers are receiving a 20% discount to MarthaStewartCrafts.com. Use code BLOG20.
Thanks for visiting.
I received one complimentary Martha Stewart Circle Edge Punch to review. All opinions are mine.