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Punches/Scapbookers creed?

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Tue, Oct 30, 01 at 9:45

I want to do more punch art. However, what are the basic punches I should buy? I don't want to purchase them just because they are cute. I want to be able to create some cool things. Also, I have seen a scrapbookers creed, but at the time did not print it. Does anyone have it that they would be willing to share? Thanks!!

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RE: Punches/Scapbookers creed?

The best ones to start with are the BASIC geometric shapes.
Cirles, squares, that. Also a teddy bear.
There is a book, called punch out your art, and they have a list in there of the most useful ones.
You will be surprised at some of the things you can make with just very basic shapes.

RE: Punches/Scapbookers creed?

Here's a link for a stamper's poem if you are interested.

Here is a link that might be useful: Stamper's poem

RE: Punches/Scapbookers creed?

This poeme is excellent. I posted it on a scrapbooking list in French where I have a lot of friends understanding english, because it is really funny
Thanks a lot SUE,
Hello from Lyon France

RE: Punches/Scapbookers creed?

I know which creed you are looking for and I have it somewhere, I'll try and find it and post it here. I am thinking is was put out by Hot off the Press aka Paper Pizzaz so do a search of their website and you'll probalby find it there. Also there is a site devoted to punch art on under punch art. The moderator for that site is Dustbunniescanwait and she is a master at punchart. Love Penny

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