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8.29.2012

Mini 8 Comment Day!



Now that you have seen what they can do, how do you really feel about them?   Leave a comment on this post telling us why you think you may need one.   The deadline is midnight EST on Thursday.  Comments will be entered to win one!!  WOO HOO!!  U.S Residents only.   Please leave a way that we may contact you if you win!   Good luck!!

35 comments:

Houses Built of Cards said...

They definitely fascinate me! I have to say I like the round one better than the square one!

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Patchi said...

Thanks for the reviews. I had not seen the mini version and I think they would be a lot of fun. I also like how it looks on 12x12 -- fancy corners!

ShoppingTamii said...

they are very interesting...

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Miriam Prantner said...

I've been wanting to try one of the big punches, this would take up less space and give me an idea of if I want to invest. Thanks for the chance to win!

Linh C. said...

I love tools and this is one on my list of things to try. I like to make pretty edges on my cards and layouts.

chinlai-at-bellsouth-dot-net

Lionesse said...

I've seen a few reviews of these now and I'm really interested in trying one out.

The snowflake one is cool, but I think one of the others would be a better investment, more versatile, etc.

I love tools, having them all over my craft table inspires me =)

Thanks for the chance to win!

smcl irishiz4@yahoo.com said...

These punches make doilies! So excited to see them!My favorite things for scrapping are doilies...I collect them from restaurants and buy them when I find them. It would be so fun to be able to make them. Thx for the chance!

Jennifer Cowan said...

I love the idea of being able to punch all the way around....new to me punches!

Lisa said...

I love what I've seen made with these so far. Though it's one punch I see multiple possibilities. I love the square one. Super cute.

Cyndee K. said...

I love that you have multiple uses for one punch - love it!

PamSpradlin said...

I would love to win a mini lucky 8 punch. I have one of the larger ones so I know that I would use the mini probably even more. Thanks for the chance.

PamSpradlin said...

Whoops...forgot to leave my e-mail address for the above comment...

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Julie S. said...

I'm intrigued. You showcased them really well and I'd love to get my hands on one to play with.

c.darwin said...

I was waiting for the smaller size to be released before I tried out this punch. I love the company and think they make great products, so hopefully this is another one!

Melinda said...

Looks like they've got a ton of uses and is easy to use too!

~Miriam said...

this will either help alleviate the frustration of not having a die cutting machine or it will make me want one even more! either way, this looks like a really great tool to have!

Erica Hettwer said...

I'd love to be able to play with one of these, they look awesome!

Yaritza said...

Great review and thanks for the chance to win.

steph said...

I love the smaller versions of the punch. I'd use them to create cards - creating fun edges is a great way to have your cards noticed!

stephanie_ackerman@hotmail.com

Jojorenee said...

I want to make my sentiments on my cards stand out with a fresh punched look.
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Robin B. said...

I need one because Christmas is my favorite time of year and I am constantly crafting projects, cards and layouts.

LeeAnn from NC said...

These punches are awesome, just the right size for cards and layouts and even personal doilies. Love them and love the quality of We R products 1

SHartl said...

I have to say that when I first saw these I couldn't figure out how I would use them. After seeing lots of posts and ideas, and even some tutorials, I realize that i NEED one!! These would be great for making round journaling spots and doily designs. I would use them everywhere...on layouts, cards, and as gift tags and decorations.

Jingle said...

They really seem super fun and I love how you guys shared different ways to use them! I'm excited to give them a shot!

StampNK said...

Oh I just have to have one of these! I would be punching night and day to make up lots of fun embellishments. I would ink them and layer them to use on layouts and behind photos. I would tie them to boxes and gift bags for tags. I would use it to make a decorative flap for an envelope! Oh yes, one hundred and one uses for one of these!

Rebecca Ednie said...

I'm not sure I love the shape creates by the more squared ones but I love the round one that makes a doily shape like you have pictures! Clever idea from WRMK! Click on my name to go to my profile and email link.

Jean said...

I saw the larger ones and did not know about these smaller ones! I think I could really put the circle one to use in card making and scrapping!

Anonymous said...

Deb W
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Those things look so cool. I need to play with one and see how it works. :) Thanks for the opportunity to win one. AWESOME!!!

Some Lucky Dog said...

These punches are amazing. I especially love the round circles witrh decorative edges. I would use that one a lot!

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Lynn B said...

These punches are awesome! I would love to have one. Thanks for the possible chance to win.

Lynnb(at)dnacom(dot)com

Melinda AKA medialady said...

I totally love the beautiful things this amazing punch can make!

Moongirl said...

I love the mini! The full sized one looks so intimidating and I would love to try the mini.

RAP said...

This would be really fun and great for cards and pages.

Kim H said...

I have used the original sized 8 punches, but would have to say the minis would be so much more versatile for me. I do cards and 12x12 layouts, so this would be perfect, especially with the new addition to the family. Thank you for the chance to win.
kimba at richhook dot com

Victoria S. said...

YEs i like them!
i tried one at Archivers and it is easy to use!