MS Punch Around The Page

Happy Monday everyone....
WOW it's Thanksgiving week already...We decorated the outside of the house over the weekend. Once it got dark out, like the Griswald's we were out in the front yard admiring our work. The only difference was the lights worked when Scott plugged them in and my aunt didn't come over with a cat wrapped up as a jello dish (or was it a present?)...Christmas Vacation is one of my favorite movies to watch this time of year. It's one of those movies that when your flipping through the channels and come across you stop and watch it....enough of my rambling....

I figured if I did a video on how to use the Punch All Over the Page punches, I should probably do one for the Punch Around the Page punches. (Note: The dimensions for the large punch around the page punches are different...video to come on that later this week or next....Thanks Bridgette for the reminder, totally forgot about the large punch). 
Here is a video showing the different sizes you can punch with your punches....Enjoy


Have a great Monday....

24 comments

  1. Thanks Christina for the tutorial. I bought a MS Punch Around the page punch 2 days ago and even with the instructions, it was a little confusing. I got Double arches, it's a large set, and the dimension for this one are different! Mine are 4", 6", 8", 10" and 12".
    Thanks again

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  2. Wonderful tutorial, Christina! It does seem that each punch has a different set of dimensions. They are fun to play with and now I've learned something new to do with them! Thanks!

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  3. Awesome video! Thanks so much for all of the tips! I especially love the last one with the card. I had no idea you could do that!

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  4. Way cool, glad I watched much easier to understand and I didnt even know about that little line on the side. Wow guess I will be getting more of these now. Thanks for sharing.

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  5. Thanks so much for the video. I so love the punch around the page punch, everything looks so professional done with them.

    Donna C.
    goCricutgo

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  6. Well that explains why mind look so ugly.....I've been using the wrong size paper....thank you so much for this video.....I understand now.....

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  7. Thank you so much! This was very helpful. I don't have much experience with punches. You make them look easy with great results. They may be worth a try.

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  8. I did not realize that I could mix and match the sizes. What a great tip I've gleaned from your video. Thank you so much!

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  9. Thank you that is a good help I just got that one and I love to incorporate in my xmas cards
    derev7@hotmail.com

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  10. Thanks Christina, I just learned the measurements for these punches other than the 12 x 12. Your the bestest :-)

    dendearmas@aol.com

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  11. Another awesome video. Thank you so much Christina!

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  12. Thanks for the tutorial. I never realized that you could mix and match the sizes. TFS :)

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  13. You answered my questions about these punches. I truly thank you for taking the time to keep us crafters smart.

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  14. This was so helpful for me. I have one set of these type of punches and have been having some problems with them. I need to try them again now. The one I have is a very intricate punch, so it seems to be a tough one to get just right.
    Thanks for this wonderful tutorial!
    www.kristiekreates.blogspot.com

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  15. Thanks for doing this video Christina I haven't tried these yet

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  16. Terrific tutorial. So helpful. I have some of these sets and didn't know about sizes, etc...
    I also love your story about decorating the house. I can relate as my hubby prepares to transform our front yard into a winterwonderland! So fun.

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  17. Thanks so much for the tutorial. I'm off to try it out. My first trys resulted in a total mess. TFS

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  18. Thanks Christina, I had no idea these were so versital! I haven't gotten any of them yet, but I may have to dive in now.

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  19. Thank you, Christina! This was really helpful!

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  20. You are awesome! I previously saw the other video using the MS all over the page punch. I recently bought a MS page punch, and the first and only time I used it was a disaster. Thanks so much for the video tutorial. I think I might actually be able to use the punch!! BTW, whenever I turn the TV channels and see "Uncle Buck" playing, I have to stop and watch. I can almost recite the dialogs by heart!!!

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  21. Thanks so much for this informative video. I am one of those people that really need to see things done to understand the directions. I would love to see pictures of your decorated house. I love lights at Christmas.

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  22. wow that was so nice of you to do this video, I have so many of her punches and I've been messing up with these now I get it thanks to you, I have been a follower but haven't been here for awhile I will be your biggest fan now thanks so much for sharing, I heard you do videos with the Gypsy, I have one but I think I am afraid of it, lol so I will be watching you Debbie

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  23. Just a quick note to let you know that a link to this post will be placed on CraftCrave in the Cutting category today [23 Nov 01:00am GMT]. Thanks, Maria

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  24. Thank you soo much for this video Christina. I had such a hard time with the Halloween punches (no corner ones)I got. Now I can open the that has the corner & know how to use it.
    Thanks!

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