There were so many nifty new things at the Craft and Hobby show that it will take me a month of Fridays to share them all!
I’m really loving punches and die cuts, so imagine my excitement to come across these cool tools:
Spellbinders, who brought us the Wizard system, is introducing the Presto Punch — basically an electric gizmos that punches and embosses. I like the small footprint of this tool.
Here are some cute cards made using the Presto Punch:
And some new Spellbinders borders:
EK Success has a line of punches that are so easy to use, with such beautiful and different designs, that I want them all! I also love the slim silhouette of these punches — they fit neatly in a drawer or container and don’t take up as much room as a bulkier punch.
And McGill is converting its old square punches to levers — my hands say thank you! Here are some samples (note the exquisite detail on the butterfly):
Some of the new punches let you use both the positive and the negative space made by the punch. Check out these samples:
McGill also has a new line that punches out all the elements you need to make a dog, monkey, frog, and more. These are too cute — I hope to have some photos of those soon.
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