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ProductONReview Review by Denise Jensen


Hi scrappers! Denise here with a new review to share!


Well We R Memory Keepers has done it again! I am always in awe of the new products and ideas they come up with and this punch is no exception!


Why do they call it "Lucky 8"? Well, with just eight lucky punches around your page, you can transform your 12x12, or other sized paper into your own unique design using one of the many punches available.


This punch is large, about 8"x8", sturdy and easy to use. It has multiple punching op- tions such as outer cut, inner cut and combined corner. The different options offered with the punch are great as you can get several different looks with one punch.


Currently there are 6 designs to choose from but I hear there are more on the horizon. Although they are a bit pricey, (approx. $40 each), they are a good investment consider- ing you can pay up to $3 each for a die cut paper. A good idea is also to swap and share these punches with other scrapping friends. It's a great way to save money and still get to enjoy all the designs!


The Lucky 8 punches through paper and cardstock but nothing heavier. You can use it to make stencils as it will punch through plastic.


Now I know you're probably thinking "Where in my scrap room can I store this?" Well don't panic! The Lucky 8 is a large punch, however, they are stackable! We R Memory Keepers designed them this way to make it easy for us to have more than one of these great punches without using up all our extra space in our craft rooms.


I really like how easy they are to use. You may find at first that it seems stiff when punching, but this is just due to the newness of it and it will subside after the first couple of punches.


I do hope you get a chance to play with these punches soon and see how much fun they really are! I highly recommend them and give them 5 stars!


March 2012 enchanting creations page 7


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