CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Mcgill Paper Blossoms Lever Punch, Floral Petals/for Rose
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- Make realistic 3d flowers from paper using the paper blossoms punch system
- Multiple punches are needed to create each 3d flower (punches all sold separately)
- Individual punch shapes can also be used just like a regular paper punch for all your paper craft projects
- Package contains one lever punch-floral petals (four shapes ranging in size from 1/2-inch to 1-inch) and one how-to booklet
- Actual punch measures 2-1/2 by 2-3/4 by 3-1/2-inch
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I used card stock paper. I happened to have just done a print out that came out all messed up because the printer ran out of blue ink, so the print came out mostly orange and brown. My daughter and I used this punch on the orange sections and made some lovely roses! It was fun to make.
The punch does require some "oomph" to work. Putting the rose together, first I used my nail dotting tools (HAHAH!!) I used the largest one I had to make the petal round. I put the petal on top of the wrist rest for my foamy mouse pad (rather than paying for the tools and mat to do this - I just used what I had around to make it cheaper).
So, after each petal was more curved and 3 dimensional, I started to glue them together largest first. I used a total of 5 "punch outs". It did take patience to make as each "round" needed time to dry before I started the next "round". But by the time we were done, we had a lovely little flower. We used brown for the leaves.
This would work great with scrap booking paper, since it's card stock thickness. On hindsight, I suppose I could do something more for the middle of our roses, but we'll have fun exploring options another time :)
Oh - also, a little glue goes a long way... I happened to have the little bottle with needle point applicator for quilling and it worked great for this - not only to apply only a little bit of glue, but also to get into different areas between petals to add glue that was needed.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is 'huge'.....if you are making flowers to put on cards......don't buy it, you'll have to cut the pieces down. You'll get better results cutting them freehandPublished on November 6, 2013 by jds