Friday, 1 November 2013

Envelope Punch Board is here!

Today’s the day we launch a brand new exciting tool that’s going to make the craft world go wild! I just know it’s going to be a big seller!

Why so confident? Oh, lots of reasons! Here are three:

1. I love it. It’s quick and easy to use and very versatile – it’s been giving me hours of fun!

2. It’s a bargain. It’s £17.95, just a couple of quid more than a standard size punch, and offers so many possibilities.

3. You’ll love it, too. I’m confident about this because I’ve already demonstrated it at my Epic Day of Crafting – where the guests burst into spontaneous applause!

It is, of course, the Envelope Punch Board!

This fabulous, lightweight tool creates customisable envelopes in at least 66 different sizes. You can use cardstock or DSP, or even print your own designs using My Digital Studio and your home printer. You can make envelopes in seconds.

Measurements are in metric and imperial – you get a metric sticker to add if you wish, but I prefer to keep mine separately, so that I can still use inches when required.

You can make so much more than envelopes, though – if you book a party I’ll be happy to demonstrate it versatility.

If you can’t wait that long, drop me a line and I’ll order one for you – the order number is 133774.

Meanwhile, take a look at the Stampin’ Up! video, showing you how quick and easy it is to use.

1 comment:

  1. Definitely going to get this, having tried it out already..... it is amazing and I think it's a great way to use up 12 x 12 paper that is no longer "in".


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