Craft Puncher

Last month, Β I made an invitation for a friend’s Silver Wedding and I found this lace craft puncher fit for edging or making borders.

I find it very useful especially for elegant invitations and designs.

It was just difficult for me to do the punching, Β maybe because I was using 180-200gms paper.

I also use this puncher to make earring and bracelet labels as gifts this Christmas. I think it would be great for cards as well.

I used the same border craft puncher for this label

You can use any strip of colored paper, preferably 180-200gms for labels. =)

bracelet craft

Cut a strip then punch the edges to make a border.
bracelet craft

Place the bracelet inside and glue the paper together. =) If you have a brand sticker or very good at lettering, you can even place your brand name on it. =)bracelet craft

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63 thoughts on “Craft Puncher

  1. Ooh that’s a pretty craft puncher! I bought a set before sa National Bookstore, but not patterns like yours. I think they were smiley faces ata. I threw them away because they’re so hard to use! As in ang hirap i-press down kahit 1 sheet of paper lang ang gamit ko.

    1. True. There are some that are pretty hard to press. I have the start puncher, hard to press even for ordinary paper, but good to use for special days. =)

  2. Ang cute! I never knew na merong puncher na ganyan until I’ve read your post. Ang classy ng outcome. If I knew about this or if this even exists way back when I was still in elementary or high school, my projects would definitely look much better using a craft puncher. Haha

  3. Wow! I didn’t know there’s such a craft puncher. I would love to have one too. Hopefully the National Bookstore branch we have here has stocks.

  4. That cute puncher is so ideal not just for invites but for projects as well. I would definitely look for those. And yes, I agree with

  5. That puncher isn’t only a must have for invites but for school project making too. And yes, I agree with Gracie. Those Christmas cards will definitely look more elegant with those sophisticated borders.

    1. This will be very useful for decorating planners. Cutting some colored papers then punching them with this lace puncher can make a huge difference. =)

    1. I’m trying to fit it in some activities as well. πŸ™‚ It’s true, it can be hard to go back to your hobby once you have kids, that’s why I try to integrate it with their activities. πŸ™‚

  6. I’d love to buy one so I can add art to my boring Christmas tags. My husband and I are hosting our family reunion and would want to be more creative by adding personal touches to the invitations, Christmas tags, etc. The puncher that I bought is not fit for a rustic themed party.

    1. You can find it in National Bookstore, but I’m not sure if the have stock. You can purchase it online from Bee Happy Crafts and other online stores. Or Amazon. πŸ™‚

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