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The long reach punch is exactly what I needed for a project with posterboard. It is very easy to use.
Rated by: Kelly A.in Albuquerque, NM
it was just what I needed to place the hearts farther into the paper than most punches however I was never able to punch more that one sheet and it did occasionally get stuck.
Rated by: Cathi B.in Menifee, CA
I have been frustrated trying to punch holes on cards and scrapbook pages for ribbon and other tie on embellishments. This is a great tool and inexpensive, too.
Rated by: Deb F.in San Jose, CA
Long Reach punches allow much more versatility on large scrapbook pages. I particularly like the ribbon punch to create a ribbon frame in the center of a 12x12 page.
Rated by: Francine W.in Wellington, FL
I purchased 2, 1 for myself and 1 for my 12 year old Granddaughter who is learning to make greeting cards. We both love them. They are very easy to use. When I suggested that she use them on ribbons, besides on card stock, she did and was thrilled. She can't wait for birthdays and other occasions to make cards for.
Rated by: heather d.in springfield, VA
The punch is a true necessity for anyone who regularly makes cards, invitations or scrapbooks.
My only complaint is that it got stuck every once in a while, but it didn't hinder its hole-punching ability.
Overall, excellent product.
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