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Tonic Studios Tim Holtz 370 Paper Distresser
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- Tim Holtz by Tonic Studios Paper Distresser Tool
- Tim Holtz Paper Distresser creates aged paper edges
- Seven sharp recessed blades
- Kushgrip center for handling comfort
- For distressing paper and cardstock
- Doubles as a handy thread cutter
This item is available because of the Add-on program
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Top Customer Reviews
What I don't like is how messy it is. There is little to no way of containing the paper mess that results from it.If I use it basically inside a garbage bag I still get paper on my floor. To get the particles of paper off of the tool itself I gently bang the side of it and blow gently to get most of the paper off, which is fine by me. Also, there are particles of paper still on your project that you can shake or gently pat it until most of it is off, but as I finish the rest of the project particle of paper still get everywhere. If I am re-inking the edges with foam (I use the foam that comes with the Tim Holtz distressing ink tool) and I get little bits of paper in my foam and into my stamping ink. It all goes away eventually but I liken it to having an animal shedding in the summer. It does settle down eventually as you work on your project.
So I love the tool, I like the results it gives, but it's a real mess to use.
Little tool, low in cost and I purchased two, glad I did.
You will not be unhappy with this low cost little tool.
which i also like very much, (it's electric and pretty powerful for distressing thicker stock among
other things), so I was amazed to get something as inexpensive is this Holz paper distresser and
find it works so well.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Small and clever. I bought this as an add on item. I probably would not have purchased this if not an add on item. Works as it is supposed to do.Published 15 days ago by Artist1224
Awful. Distressing in that it dosen't work as advertised. AvoidPublished 2 months ago by Guy in a chair
Maybe I didn't read the description well enough...I'll probably never use this.Published 2 months ago by Mrs H
Tim Holtz doesn't disappoint on this product. Works really well to distress paper.Published 3 months ago by Melanie L. Waidler