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    Everyone keeps asking how many punches it took to punch for the Christmas Tree and Heart... well I don't know about the Christmas because I didn't count them but I did for the Heart... it only took about 194 punched trees... that is not that much... really it goes very fast... I used four of the 12 x 12 sheets of printed paper. I punched around the paper on all for sides twice... so if you have done any punching you know that doesn't take long... you can do that while watch your favorite TV show. Just thought you all might want to know.
    Nancy

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    Thanks for letting us know!

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    Nancy, I need to know what punch it is. I might get up enough nerve to try something small.
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    Thanks for the information

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    Nancy, I am having a hard time finding the punch locally. I special ordered one from a LSS today and hope it's the right one. How big are the punched trees? She had a Whale of A Punch or a medium one. The Whale was about 2 inches she thought so I ordered the medium one. Maybe if I had an idea of how large the triangle is in your class photos I could get a better idea of how big the punch is.
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    Carol
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    The miracle isn't that I finished. The miracle is that I had the courage to start. John J. Bingham


 

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