This little thing can do so much, the possibilities are really endless. You can punch the shapes out of cute paper and use them for everything from scrapbooking to party decor and even as tags for Christmas gifts.
Another way to use the craft punch is to cut the shape out of something like a paper lunch sack, then cover the hole with wax paper or celophane, and fill with colorful candy.
You’re only limited by your imagination with these bad boys. Craft punches are especially great for those who wouldn’t utilize a cricut or silhouette often enough for it be worth the price.
I purchased my scalloped square craft punch at Michaels for under $20, check their website for coupons.
Another popular craft punch shape is the 2 inch scalloped circle which I’m never able to hunt down in store, here it is on amazon.com for as low as $12.63.
Tonight, my daughter and I went to Michael’s and purchased “punch paper” from the Martha Stewart collection. I plan on using it for colorful gift wrap tags. Bonus: I found a 50% off coupon in my Martha Stewart magazine.
Aren’t they neat? There are so many shapes to choose from, try a google shopping search for “craft punch” or visit your local craft store and check out the die cut aisle.