…well I think his smiling face says it all! We made bouncy balls one winter afternoon, with a kit we ordered online. It was so much fun!
I am thrilled to be able to share some of my Spellbinders Presto Punch artwork! One, I haven’t been in my crafty space since July 1, and two, its so much fun to be able to share “secret” projects finally!
The Spellbinders Presto Punch machine will be shipping oh, so very soon. This machine has a motor that is run by the buttons at the top of the machine. The buttons raise and lower the cutting and embossing platform. The punch templates are specially made templates for this machine only. Its brilliant really, the size and flat nature of the templates, compared to the bulkiness of punches. Not to mention that you get the embossing and stenciling part not possible with punches. And for those that are losing their manual dexterity, what a helpful tool. The Presto Punch is battery operated (AA), but if you desire, you can purchase separately an A/C adaptor. (Video tutorial)
It’s a super simple layout, but I was happy with the bright colors against the grey and black. And even better than that, the little man loves this one, and that is what really counts.
We started putting things back into our lower level last night. It feels s0oo good to get our house back into some order. Especially when company will be arriving shortly! We are looking forward to having my mom, dad, and sister stay with us for a bit. There will be lots of shopping!! Oh, how I miss shopping with them!!
thanks for stopping by!
Supplies: Spellbinders Presto Punch Templates (Plain Jane Capital, Circles), Patterned paper-KaiserCraft (Shaken Not Stirred; Sean, David), Crate Paper-Snow Days (6x6), Stamps-Hero Arts (Typewriter Letters, Thank you for being my friend), Ink-Memento (Tuxedo Black), Pearls-Hero Arts
By the way, if you haven’t yet, be sure and check out the new Spellbinders Paper Arts website. Its pretty impressive. Tons of new projects, videos, and more!