Monday, February 15, 2016

we r memory keepers alphabet punch board

Happy Monday friends! This week on the We R Memory Keepers blog we're celebrating Alphabet Punch Board Week, so I thought I'd share some more details and some of my projects here on my blog. I know you're just as excited as I am about this amazing new addition to the Punch Board family, so let's get started with some of the details and awesome features about this tool.

The Alphabet Punch Board is similar to other We R Punch Boards that use cut and punch features. You can create any letter of the alphabet, numbers and more using various combinations of punches and cuts.


The board is easy to use with clear measurements, marks, and guides. Simple trim your paper to 3" x 5" and follow the easy directions in the instruction booklet.


The letters, numbers, and symbols created with this punch board are perfect for banners, garlands, posters, displays, classrooms, school projects, scrapbook pages, cards, and more.


They're perfect for personalizing gift wrap, cards, and tags. Check out this fun and easy pillow box I made this weekend for my daughter with the Template Studio Pillow Box Guide and the Alphabet Punch Board.



Head on over to the We R Memory Keepers blog today and leave a comment HERE for a chance to win an Alphabet Punch Board of your own. Giveaway closes Thursday, Feb 18 at midnight mountain time. Good luck!

I'm excited to show you some more things this awesome tool can do. Come back Wednesday and Friday for Alphabet Punch Board project inspiration. See you then!

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3 comments:

Karen Anderson said...

I have the Alphabet Punch Board and am still in the learning process. I also purchased the punch that enables the letters to be "notched" together. I have made almost every letter and just do not like the N. It looks like an upside down U. Also cannot always use the punch when joining some letters together like 2 L's - had to use string and ribbon. All in all I like the punch. Can't wait for the Youtubers to come up with alternate ideas. Love WRMK punch boards as they make crafting so easy!

Sarita Salmon said...

Great project. Thank you for great ideas.

lynn said...

I would love a chance to win the punch board. So many things you could do with this.