Product Spotlight & Freebie Friday: Spellbinders Presto Punch….Enter to Win! + Winners of Last Week’s Freebie Friday

*Scroll to the bottom of this post to see last week’s Freebie Friday Winner*

It’s no secret that Soph and I are HUGE fans of  Spellbinders Paper Arts, which is why we are absolutely thrilled to not only be able to review the Spellbinders Presto Punch, but thanks to Spellbinder’s….to give one away too!

Spellbinders Presto Punch In a Nutshell…….

Pros of the Presto Punch: 

The Spellbinders Presto Punch is the first automatic punching and embossing machine of it’s kind.  It uses punch templates which are similar in concept to the dies Spellbinders has become known for.  There are currently somewhere around 22 different Presto Punch templates which come in different sizes and shapes of up to 2″ x 2″.  The cost and space saving potential of the punch templates is HUGE compared to regular punches. In addition, you can use materials that you can’t normally use with a punch – things like foil and fun foam.  It’s compact and lightweight and operates on AA batteries making it making it easy to transport and use for on-the go crafting (there is a power adaptor that can be purchased separately). 

Although designed to work with the Presto Punch Templates – what really sold me on the machine is that it is compatible with the regular Spellbinders dies, as long as the size of the die is less than 2″ x 2″.    

Cons of the Presto Punch:

There are a couple of cons we came across, although not enough to dampen our enthusiasm for the machine.  First off, it’s quite loud – so forget crafting with it in the dead of night.   Second, if you have a large volume of shapes you want to punch, it will take a lot more time than using a traditional punch (although of course with a traditional punch you do not get the additional embossing).  Third, I do find that the magnetic mat in the punching envelope does get chewed up pretty quickly (way faster than the embossing envelope), so it’s a good idea to make sure you have some punching envelope replacements on hand so that you don’t get stalled in your punching if yours gets too chewed up. 

Our overall assessment of the Presto Punch:   

All in all, we’ve found that the Pros of the Presto punch, far outweight the cons, making it a product that definitely falls on our Paper Crafter’s Library Choice Recommended Product List.

For our full review of the Presto Punch – to see it’s features and exactly how it’s used, please watch the video below.


As we mentioned above, we’ve put together a free video tutorial with pdf handout on how I used the Presto Punch and Presto Punch Templates in the creation of this trendy square test tube treat holder.  You can watch the Holiday Clear Square Trendy Craft Tube Treat Holder video and download the handout from HERE.


Okay, so now, details on how to enter our Freebie Friday Giveaway…..simple, all you have to do is enter a comment in the comment’s section of this post – tell us whether you use punches or not, and what your favorite punch shapes are.  The winner will be announced on Friday, November 25th.  Whoever that lucky person is, will only have 24 hours to email us to claim their prize, if we don’t hear from you, then someone else’s name will be selected!

Now, the winning comment for last week’s Freebie Friday post for the My Mind’s Eye 12 Days of Christmas Collection Kit:

Congratulations John! To claim your prize please email me at and be sure to put “12 Days of Christmas Collection Blog Winner”.  In the body of your email please include your full mailing address and phone number.

484 replies on “Product Spotlight & Freebie Friday: Spellbinders Presto Punch….Enter to Win! + Winners of Last Week’s Freebie Friday”

  1. As mucha s I wanted to win the last prize, it sounds like it is going to a well deserved recipient. 🙂
    This is the first time I saw this product! Looks neat, I love the embossing idea! I love punches, and would have to say punch art is my favorite papercraft. It always looks perfect, and in a class, everyone’s looks the same… which keeps it fair. 🙂 I love snowflake punches the best, but would love to get my hands on a mitten punch! 🙂 Thanks for the opportunity to win this!

  2. I am fairly new to using punches and Spellbinder dies, but I am quickly growing my collection. I tend to purchase tag shapes and anything with a fancy edge. I really appreciate this website. I have found so many great ideas and the tutorials are simply wonderful. Thank You!

  3. I do use punches quite a bit and I would love to have the presto punch. I do not really have a favorite punch, I love them all.

  4. I love love Punches as well as my nesties. My favorite punch is the scalloped circle and my ticket punch. Thanks for all of the awesome tutorials.

  5. I am not familiar with this new product but I do like the idea of it’s small size. Thank you for the review. I look forward to the opportunity to win one.

  6. Wow! awesome prize & tutorial Andrea!! Thank you so much for always sharing your talent & your products!

  7. Wow, I do love spellbinders, but I use my dies in my cuttlebug. It can be a bit tedious at times. My favorite punches are the SU decorative label punch and Martha Stewart’s drippy goo punches. So much fun! Thanks for the fun opportunity, Andrea & Sophia!

  8. I Haven’t seen this tool either. I simply adore punches and have a bunch of them!!

    I can’t make a card without some kind of punch.

    Thanks for sharing the information about this new tool!!


  9. So happy for John and his granddaughter what a lovely letter. Have fun crafting with your granddaughter. I love Andrea’s ideas and have so much to for my Christmas cards and the presto punch would be so lovely to work with! enjoy your weekend.

  10. I had purchased lots of punches before I bought a digital cutter. At that time I thought I would not need to buy any more punches, but I am greatly mistaken. When I tried cutting an intricate design with my digital cutter, many times the paper would tear or not cut cleanly. I decided to go back to using punches, and buy new ones. So many new punches have come on the market which I love. Punches are here to stay and be a necessity in paper crafting or scrapbooking. Can’t live without punches!

  11. Oops, I should have added that I like fancy corner punches the best because there is a lot of different ways to use them. I had seen a video where someone had cut a square of paper and used a punch at the corners to make great lacy flowers. I couldn’t do that with a digital cutter!

  12. I just started buying the spellbinder dies. What a great addition to anyones crafting tools.
    Love all your videos. Thanks for offering such a great product.


  13. I just started card making 4 months ago. When you first start a craft you have to buy everything because you have nothing. I really enjoy my new craft. The possiblity’s are endless. Someday I do hope to have all the things I need but being retired and on a fixed item I’m not able to just go out and endless buy until I have everything. I have one corner punch. So I guess that’s my favorite because it’s the only I have and use. I really have enjoyed your Christmas video’s. They are so easy to follow. I’m still working on week 5’s. It’s a Christmas gift for my mom. Thanks so very much for a chance to win this awesome punch. I don’t expect to be the lucky winner but I do hope who wins really enjoys this great punch. Thanks again

  14. Wow—this looks so cool. I do use punches. At this time of the year I use tag punches, circles & ovals, and the ornament punch the most. But that doesn’t keep me from collecting more…lol. Thanks for taking the time to do the videos and share your creativity.

  15. I so enjoy your projects and I think I have a habit when it comes to punching out images… I do like to do a lot of putting punch objects into a bigger embelishment like doing animals…faces…holiday ideas I use all kinds of hand punches from several different companies.

  16. Hello i really like your videos, you give out so much information that it really helps. I do use punches i really like the scallop circle punch. Thank you so much for the opportunity to win! Good luck everyone…

  17. I don’t think I can create a card anymore without using either a punch or my Spellbinder dies. They just add lots of interest and dimension to a card. Thanks for another fun contest and congrats to John for last week’s end.

  18. I absolutely LOVE paper crafts but am fairly new at it. Your videos and projects are truly an inspiration to me and I will be making a lot of your Christmas projects for teacher & family gifts this year. What’s better than a hand made gift? I own a few punches but have not aquired too many as of yet. I think my favourites are the border punches and tags. Thanks for sharing your talents!

  19. great idea things just keep getting better all the time. use my punches just about every day . favourite well that is hard maybe 5 petal flower because you can use it so many ways to build and make lots if different flowers. thanks for you videos and a chance to win .

  20. What amazing machine, saves u getting the cuttlebug out or grand calibar. Save room in my crafting room u must have seen it LOL. Love the reviews when your not sure what to buy. Your site is a inspiration. Keep up the good work.

  21. Handheld punches are great as they are faster to use….but there are dies that will cut more than one which helps make some projects go quicker….some punches and dies help get the project done when they are the ones that have the tiniest holes that if cut by hand would be forever…to name a punch that is my most favorite…can’t do it…..but use S U, Fiskar, and other brand punches, dies and sizzlets, too.

  22. oh that looks great ..your videos are great . sure do enjoy them. thank for the chance to win this punch.

  23. I use punches all the time! My favorites are the Fiskars lever punches. There are so many fun shapes but i only have the 1 in circle, 2in circle and 1.5 in scallop circle and i love them.

  24. That looks really cool! I love punches and use them alot in my card classes that I do for people with disabilities in my community. They are easy to use but this little machine would be even easier! And I could bring a wider variety of templates for them to choose from! Thank you for the opportunity to see one being used and for the opportunity to win one! <3

  25. Wow what a fabulous machine. My favourite shapes are all the label dies as they are so versatile. Thank you for all the brilliant inspiration you give us, I love popping by to see your fabulous creations and projects, it really helps me to have the confidence to try them myself

  26. Great review & interesting little machine. I think it would be handy to have & use. The SU Modern Label & Decorative Label punch are two of my favorites punches. Thank you for the chance to win this innovative machine.

  27. Thanks so much for the Presto Punch how-to videos! I’ve seen the Presto Punch in ads but never knew how it works. I’m definitely going to put it on my wish list, and save some crafting space by replacing some of my punches when I get it. I’m a punch-a-holic and have most of the current and retired ones from Stampin’ Up! My fav? It’s tough to choose just one, but probably the one I use the most is the large oval for punching out stamped sayings, so I don’t have to stamp them straight on my cards.

  28. Holy cats that’s neat! I can see the possibilities and the advantages for this tool… especially for going to crops or other cardmaking days. I have a TON of punches (so not going to say how many, lol – it’s an addiction), but they are taking up a ton of space and carrying even a 1/2 dozen around is heavy and inconvenient. Thank you so much for the product review of the Presto Punch. It is now on my wishlist!

  29. I am a punch lover! I use them a lot. My favorites are the basics: circles and squares, although I do own other shapes. Just find myself coming back to the basics most often.

  30. Yes! Yes! I love punches. I love butterfly and bird punches and scalloped borders probably the best, but I have a hard time picking as I love them all. I don’t have a Presto Punch and it would be outstanding to win one!

  31. I am pretty new to card making, but I’m so thankful to have found your site. I have learned so much from your tutorials and your sponsors as well. Thanks for sharing your expertise and teaching so many the wonderful art of cardmaking

  32. Hello,

    I have to say that I am a total newbie to punches. I just don’t have any in my collection but would love to get started with them. I just recently received a Cricut for my birthday and LOVE it. It is so fun having all these cute images cut for you and I can see how punches would be great… and just in time for Christmas fun.

    With a smile, Tina

  33. I love my punches in particular my flower punches. I like to mix and match to make up different flowers however I think a Presto punch would supercede a lot of them Love my Spellbinders. Thank you for sharing the video tutorial and the opportunity to win.

  34. I Always watch your videos Andrea, and when I seen this I had to watch because I’ve been pawning over this since I started collecting Spellbinder dies, now once in awhile I see it in the stores too still haven’t bought it but would love to have a chance to win the Presto Punch. What a great machine, I just love the functions it has and being able to use the smaller dies from out big sets is such a plus!! Thanks for this chance to win!! <3<3 my Spellbinders!!!

  35. Great presentation of the Presto Punch, I too love Spellbinders and think this product would be a great Christmas gift (to me !!).

  36. OMG! This is SO COOL! I am a spellbinders junkie but I do not have this little Gem! My mind is racing with the things I could do with this one added to my collection! Thank you so much for doing the video on the 411 of this and Thank you for the opportunity to win one!!!!! You rock!


  38. I so look forward to opening my email and finding a new post from you. I have been inspired by so many of your projects! I can’t tell you how many times I have been so excited to try a project that I find I can’t sleep until I at least get a start on it. As for punches, I have a small collection. I use most of them but they take up a lot of room and are expensive. I had not seen the SB punch in action so I really appreciate the demo! Do you know how often the “envelopes” have to be replaced? I noticed that the dies leave an impression in them.

  39. It looks like a wonderful tool! Thank you…I really appreciate the review! I do use punches often. My favorite is: flowers in all sizes, circles in all sizes, postage stamps in all sizes, tags in all sizes, ovals in all sizes, scalloped ovals in all sizes, etc., etc. Then I like all the border punches and the anywhere on the page punches! I think you get the point! lol I don’t have them all…punches in general are just my favorite! 😀

  40. I love punches! I mostly use Stampin’ Up! ones & some from Creative Memories but after your review on this new battery operated, I may try something new! Hope you pick me to win! Thanks for all the great ideas!!

  41. Thanks for the review. This product has intrigued me and it was great to see it in action. Love my Spellbinders!

  42. Oh my gosh you are too good to us. I love punches and it would be a welcome addition to my craft room.
    Thanks again for all the wonderful projects.

  43. What a great product. I already use Spellbinders. The Presto Punch would be a great addition to my crafting tools.

  44. Hi Andrea!! Wow so great giveaway, hope I have a chance to yin this super prize, cause I don’t have one of this! And yes I use the punches, my favorites are the borders punches, I used a lot of this are so great! Great tutorial too TFS! Big Hugs… Maggy

  45. I do have numerous punches. I love punch art. My favourite is the “Butterflies” no matter what size, shape or kind!! As you know I have been a fan of your site for a number of years and always am amazed by your creativity and knowledge. I would absolutely love to win the spellbinders presto punch! Yes! Yes! Yes! Thanks for the opportunity.

  46. Andrea!
    What a neat little tool to have in my craft toolkit. I’ve got my fingers crossed…but, I think I’ll have to ask Santa to slip this into my stocking…
    Happy Holidays!

  47. This punch looks amazing! I would love to win one! I enjoy using punches and my favourite are any Martha Stewart punches. I also love Spellbinders and all of their dies. Your videos are fantastic. Thanks for all the wonderful inspiration.

  48. Wow, and I just bought a package of window sheets! If there were only 48 hours in the day and we did not need to sleep, eat or clean we could just create.

    1. Okay, guess I should have watched the video to see it is ready made plastic tubes that are used to make the project. I saw the wonderful toy and jumped to the comment box to enter. Such a silly girl. The video on the Spellbinder machine is very informative. I need one!

  49. Wow, what a give away! I love to use the butterfly and maple leaf punch. Oh and my inchie punch! Thanks for the chance to win.

  50. I love using punches, my favorites are the matching border and corner punches and the new ones which do a pattern strip

  51. Wow what a nice giveaway! Thanks for a chance to win. Your Holiday Trendy Craft Tube Treat Holder is so cute. Thanks for a great tutorial.

  52. Thanks for the opportunity to win and for the nice video!
    I prefer the spellbinders, and I like to combine stamps with them, I just ordered some to use with the pennants and the big scalloped circles.
    Congrats to the winner of last week!

  53. Starting to become a huge fan of Spellbinders Paper Arts! I’ve been fairly exclusive to Stampin’ Up punches but have recently discovered Spellbinders and am really excited about this week’s giveaway. Thanks for another great project.

  54. Hello….my name is Lynda…and like you….I am a PUNCH JUNKIE (currently over 400 and growing!!) The VDO you did on this machine dropped my jaw. It has SOOOOO much going for it. I too love my Spellbinders. The wee “merry” box is VERY cute and I am already in love with the alphabet set that you used. Thanks for bring such a wonderful product to our attention.

  55. I love punches; especially border punches. I can’t seem to pass by one without getting it. I own some punches from Stampin Up and a few others; I would love to try the Spellbinders Presto Punch. Thank you for the chance to win one!

  56. What a great gift… you are so generous. Thank you for your website and the wonderful projects you showcase. I love the ideas. Thanks for sharing your talent. M~

  57. I adore punches. My favorites are the small ones, especially hearts. This machine is too cute and handy!

  58. I love the satisfying crunch of punching and seeing a perfectly formed shape pop out! Favourite? Hmmm…well, there’s the SU decorative label, the scalloped circle and the bird builder punch. Can’t really pick one. This nifty little machine looks like a lot of fun. I was sold after I saw the stencilling possibilities. Thanks for the chance to win it.

  59. What a great giveaway! I would love to have this awesome machine!. Fantastic tutorial. I’ve always loved your site. So many great projects. Thanks for the chance to win.

  60. Just love the Presto Punch and your website. I follow deligintly. Love your tuts and product evaluations.
    I do use punches but sometimes it is like you said it is a little hard to hand punch when you have arthritis or carpal tunnel. This would be a great addition to my collection of tools. I too love Spellbinders and have a bit of a collection. This presto punch would be great for me.

  61. love using punches…….. I have become attached to the SU blossoms punch as of late and I love the label punches!

  62. I have been trying to talk my hubby into buying the Presto Punch for me for the longest time! I would be thrilled (so would hubby) if I won this giveaway! LOL I love your projects. You’re very talented and a great teacher! Thanks for the endless inspiration! 🙂

  63. I’m a punch-a-holic as well. I’m not sure that I can choose a favourite, what I really like is a punch and stamp that coordinate. I saw these advertised a few months ago and was really intrigued. I agree that I won’t be likely to give up any punches but what a great alternative for new shapes. Thanks for the demo video so that we can see how it works.

  64. Hi Andrea, wow what a great little machine. I am new to spellbinder dies, but this looks like something I would love to work with. Thanks for the opportunity to win one (especially with Xmas coming). Yes I use punches and love SU decorative label punch and the modern label punch and ovals and circles and love the bird and butterfly punches. Guess I could go on and on. Great tutorial.

  65. LOVE your videos and projects. You are truly inspirational and give me such motivation. I’ve been eyeing this little lovely gadget at AC Moore and Michaels. Thank you for the give-a-way!!!! And keep up the wonderful artwork.

  66. wow, i have seen these machines and have wanted one, so it would be even better to win one.
    Thanks for a chance. I love these product reviews they give me a great idea of the pros and cons.
    thank you

  67. Love the simplicity of the punch. I would love to be lucky winner. Thanks for the opportunity!
    Love your tutorials! Diane

  68. This looks like a really good product for someone who doesn’t do enough paper crafts to use a b ig spellbinder . Would love to win it.

  69. What a great little tool, I love it. I love my punches, I use my Modern Label punch a lot, but I use them all a lot. I also love the Nesties. Thanks for the chance to win.
    Rene from OZ xo

  70. Ok, if I don’t manage to win this, it’s going onto my Christmas wish list! Thank you for the video tutorial. Without it, I would probably never have given his little powerhouse of a machine a second look on the shelf.

  71. Enjoy your videos. You certainly a very talented lady. Thank you for a chance to win the spellbinder machine. Enjoy your day.

  72. Wow, you make it look so easy to do! That machine is so cool! I loved the treatholder. The way you punched out the “MERRY” and didn’t line them up exactly really caught my eye! So cute! Thanks for a chance to win!

  73. Thanks for the chance to win this great tool.I love all my punches also my nesties and use them a lot of time.
    Monika from germany

  74. Yes, I use punches. My favorites are, well there are so many that it’s hard to choose, but right now, I love the owl and the penants. I also love all the different sizes of circles because they are so versatile! Thanks for the chance to win this great machine!

  75. I do like the idea of less space needed for storage. I suppose it won’t be long before they come out with a larger version for larger shapes. you really do a superb job on your videos. They are always informative and easy to follow.

  76. Thx so much for the opportunity! I just found your Christmas countdown this week!! I can’t wait to catch up!!

  77. I would love to have the Presto punch….I have many other spellbinders dies and the possibility of using this machine with some of those dies is appealing, as is the space saving feature. Thank you for the opportunity to win this for under my christmas tree….Merry Christmas to me !!

  78. Isn’t it amazing how much punches can bring to a project. That little machine looks awsome. Thanks for the review, and feel free to pick me to win it. LOL

  79. Yes! I use punches and my favorite is the butterfly..I have a thing for butterflies….lol I would love to win this product. Have never used it but am completely willing to learn how! Thanks for a chance to win it.:)

  80. Hello ladies…I really enjoy watching your videos…I fell in love with the Spellbinder’s Grand Calibur die cutting machine after watching your video on one of your Freebie Fridays a couple of weeks ago… I actually went out and purchased 4 of the Nestabilities (lol)…I’m not a stranger to using punches but I consider myself a beginner when it comes to cardmaking…My favorite punch shapes are definitely swirly corners…they add something special to cards and scrapbook pages
    Thank you

    Vida B

  81. What a fabulous product. I love any and absolutely EVERY punch available. I, too, am beginning to have punch storage issues. This is perfect:)

  82. Thank is a very neat machine. Love that it is compact and very versatile. Thanks for the
    chance to win this machine. It would be a wonderful addition to my card making items.
    Love all the videos and pdf’s you offer also. A very wonderful website.

  83. I love punches and enjoy watchin your videos so much. I would love to win one of these. Thanks for the change to win one. i Am a card maker and gettin into it more since I have become sick and dont work anymore.

  84. I am starting to use punches more and did not know of this tool. I love your crafting and look forward to visiting. Thanks for the inspiration.

  85. A new tool, exactly what I need. I love Spellbinders products. This looks like a very handy tool.
    Thanks for the opportunity to win this awesome machine.

  86. I would love to have the punch. I work with seniors each week . We made cards.
    I would love to win.

  87. Another great tutorial and another wonderful prize.Thanks so much for your generosity!


  88. Great video and what an awesome giveaway. Your “merry” candy treat is adorable and would look so cute at one’s holiday dinner place setting. Spellbinder dies and punches are tools I can’t live without. Saw the Presto Punch at Joann’s the other day but couldn’t justify buying one…yet. Think I use my scallop edge punches the most but the circle punches are close behind. How fun it would be to have a variety of shapes and so compact. WTG, Andrea & Sophia!

  89. What will they come up with next! I love it. One can not have too many toys. This would be a great addition to my craftroom. I can see myself using alot. Thanks for the wonderful video and demo. You are so good at what you do, Keep up the good work.

  90. I am a punch and nestibilities junky! I have been a avid stamper/card maker for the past few years and for me it is a excellent way for me to get some me time but most of all love crafting.

  91. What an awesome tool! I have seen it before but didnt quite know how it worked! This is so nice to be able to use instead of buying a million punches! Thanks for sharing and thanks for the chance to win an amazing piece of crafting equipment!!!!

  92. I haven’t seen this product before but love it on sight. I use a lot of different punches and nesties and would love to win this one. Thanks for the opportunity of winning one and also for all your ideas and Tutorials – you’re great.

  93. I’m pretty new to the paper crafting world so only have the basic punches, circle, scallop and ovals. But my new punch would have to be my favorite so far, it’s a tag puncher. I love it!

  94. I do use punches a lot, love them.. like all different kinds on my cards and layouts! This would be just sooooo amazing! Thanks for the chance to win and i just love all your video’s! Thanks

  95. Oh wow, now wouldn’t that be a *Merry Christmas* to someone? Would love to have one I love punches of all kinds, but I would say that the ones that can make tags are my favorite . . . I love making animals out of my punches too. : )
    Thanks so much for a chance to enter. Have a great evening.

  96. Fantastic, informative video, as usual! I adore your videos.
    My favorite punch? Whichever one I am currently using….ESP. flowers from SU. I have most, if not all the punchesSU made. I have many others, too. I have arthritis and am sometimes unable to use my punches. I am teaching church kids how to use my punches.
    Last year all the church classes,ages two through eighteen, made Christmas cards for our local nursing home. Punches added great texture and dimension! The kids love them for holiday cards.
    This would be so safe for my younger class and easier for me to carry. I would love to have showed some beautiful dies….ME WANT!!!

  97. this looks like a neat little machine. yes I have punches my favorite being butterflies and humingbirds blue birds and cardinal. would love to win this as I could take it on my camping ventures. thanks wanda

  98. I have never seen this product-I love love my punches but have fallen in love with the ability to punch, then emboss and then color. Wow!

  99. Thank you for such an informative and complete video. Looks like an amazing machine. This might have to go on my Christmas list.

  100. This looks like such a cool tool. How nice it would be to win a prize like this. I am so running out of space in my craft room. It would would be so nice to be able to use up much less storage space. I use all sorts of punches and embossing folders when crafting.
    Thank you so much for the opportunity to to win this amazing new tool. Thank you too, for sharing your talents with all of us.

  101. Hi Andrea, thanks for the great tutorial for this machine!!! I too have about 40 punches, but luckily I have a very handy husband who made me a punch holder shelf for all of my punches and I still have room for a few more! However, I love the space saving quality of this machine. Please enter me in the contest and keep shooting your very helpful videos!!!

  102. Hey, as a lady in a craft class would say, “thats O for Awesome” (she’s Kiwi) We have a good laugh with her. I have never seen one of these before. I have just started with the spellbinders nestabilities and boy are the good.
    Love you product reviews, well done. Keep them coming. Thanx

  103. I use punches all the time when I am crafting. Whether it is to put a border on something, cut out a shape or do punch art on the front of a card. Currently my favourite punch is the ornament punch by Stampin` Up. I use it quite often and for more than just punching out ornaments. I would love the chance to win the Presto Punch. I welcome new tools all the time that can make crafting a little quicker and take up less room.

  104. First, let me say – you do a great job on the tutorials. Love love love this punch. So glad I have the opportunity to try to win it.
    Can’t wait to make the treat tube for each of my 8 grandchildren & the little girl I mentor.
    Keep all these great ideas coming for those of us who like to do paper crafting but may not be as talented. We just have fun doing them & presenting something handmade.

  105. I use alot of punches when I’m doing card making or scapbooking. There are alot of them that I have and enjoy using each and everyone of my punches.
    Love your tuitorials and making the cards. The Presto Punch looks like a cool tool to add to my collection.

  106. I totally am a sucker for punches. Have been looking closely at the presto punch. It would save a lot of space. Thanks so much for the chance to win. I am totally addicted to tools.

  107. I use my Fiskars border punches all the time! Also love my Spellbinders dies – so useful for many applications. This Presto Punch looks like fun, I love trying out new tools 🙂

  108. I LOVE punches!! I love all punches because you can do so many things with them – no matter what shape because you can switch it up and do something completely different. (as you know!) Love ’em! Also, your tutorials are amazing and I thank you for sharing!

  109. I can only think of one word to describe this new punch, it is the same word that describe you, your videos and your blog……WOW!

  110. I have a ton of punches! I probably use my scallop circles and ovals more than the others. I agree with you about all of the room that they take up. The more punches I buy, the more places I have to find to store them. I am glad that spellbinders came out with this product! Although, I have just recently started using their products, this one is going to be at the top on my Christmas list!

    Thanks for the demo!

  111. Love all punches and dies and use them frequently.Don’t have many of my own but have a friend that is very generous with hers.This is a new product to me and would love to own one like everyone else.Thanks for the chance to win and for all your lovely cards etc.

  112. Thanks for the video.
    I love the Spellbinder dies, Martha Steward punches, SU punches
    and the list goes on and on.
    Thank you for the chance to win.
    Gladys R.

  113. I love punches but realy like the spellbinders as they allow me to cut out lots of the same shapes in different sizes. This machine looks fab and its great to have a chance to try my luck, thank you so much

  114. I love, love, love punches!!!!! My favorite kind is anything with a scallop:) Would love to win this machine though!!!!! How Awesome:) Tracy D.

  115. Great video……….I have a die cut machine, nesties and quite a few punches. My favorite punches are corner punches and border punches. I have arthritis in my hands, but so far I have been able to use MOST of my punches. The only problem with punches is just what you said……….they take up valuable space. I would like to have this tool in my craft room……………I really think it would fit in very nicely. Thank you for the opportunity to be able to win it………………..and thanks so much for all your wonderful videos!

  116. Love your tutorials. I use lots of punches. I have sooo many favorites. I love Stampin Up’s label punch, however. I would love to win your give a way.

  117. I’d love to have this. I make cards and I have a Cuttlebug but would love to hav the Spellbinder Presto Punch. Thanks for publishing your videos. I love watching them/

  118. Love Spellbinders. This is a neat new item to compliment their products. Thanks for sharing.

  119. What a clever idea! Just perfect for using up all those little paper scraps as well! I think I have to have one of those for my craft collection, no room left for any more “big” punches LOL

  120. I love your videos.. Full of great ideas and knowledge of products. Look forward to them and love the 12 Days of Christmas ones.
    What an excellent product. I too love punch but they take up so much room. Also love that you can use some of your existing Spellbinder die in this as well.
    My favorite punches are scallops.

  121. Likewise, I like my punches, but also have spellbinders nestabilities and enjoy them also. Would like to win the Presto spellbinder punch machine. Thanks for sharing with us.

  122. Love all the stuff you do , you are so creative. You have an awesome web-site. Thanks for all that you share with all of us that need help. Love the spell binders thanks for sharing. Never can have too much stuff… If you know what I mean. Happy holidays, Margaret

  123. Hi! I love your tutorials. I do use punches just about every day. Flowers and vines are my favorites.
    You both are very talented.I really enjoy reading your news letters.
    Thanks so much for the chance to win.

  124. Love, love , love punches! They make life simpler and quicker. My favorite punch is a flip flop. The video is great also.

  125. Do ladies wear shoes? And do the own no less than 25? Well, now you know how I feel about my punches. You can never get “too many” punches. Yah, yah, I love my dies — but you always need just a “certain” punch. My “most fun” punches are the owl and ornament — you can make so many cute punch art things with these. And of course, you “have to have” circles and ovals — all sizes!! Thank you as always for a chance to win this fabulous prize!!! (gotta go watch that video now to see what I don’t have and cry).

  126. Thanks for the product review. I haven’t invested in one of these yet but I have been looking at the different videos about it. I love punches and collect them. Love borders but I often use shapes too like circles or squares. Happy weekend!

  127. Yeah! This is a great giveaway! I’ve been waiting to try one of these punches. Love all the Spellbinder products that I have so far!

  128. I definitely use punches~they are a paper crafting must! Right now my favorite punch is the Stampin’ Up owl punch. I’ve used that punch for just about every occasion – b-day, grad, halloween, thanksgiving, christmas, even valentine’s day. I’ve also used it to make book marks for my kids, as well as on scrapbook pages. I’m sure I’ll get tired of it eventually, but for right now I’m using it more than any other punch I own.

    As always, I love your posts and tutorials. You guys are the best!

  129. I love the thngs you post weekly! I use punches out the wazoo, but my favorites are anything layered. Thanks for your willingness to share with us!!

  130. this would be so good to have – I do have arthritis in both hands and have a hard time using punches…but I still do use them…thanks for the video I enjoyed it…Jan

  131. Oh wow, would love to win this….have noticed this punch in magazines but always turned the page….great video. Another great product review. Thanks.

  132. Hello Gals, I love using punches to make my cards and I would have to say my favorite punch is the SU Lace Ribbon Border Punch. Thanks for the great video & intro to the new product. It would be great to win! Thanks a punch (tee hee I mean bunch)!

  133. I HEART punches! They are a very versatile tool. Even ones you don’t think would be, can be. So many times I’ve seen someone on a blog use a punch differently and I think “Why didn’t I think of that?” LOL

    My favorites are usually the basic shapes but with a twist … normally ones with scallops (scallop square, scallop circle, etc.)

    Crossing my fingers!

  134. What a fabulous give-a-way! I was away from the paper crafting fun while I had 2 shoulder
    surgeries and in a sling for a total of 17 months. Using the regular punches were impossible.
    So Blessed to say that I am ok now and back doing something I love. Plus your site is somewhere
    I get to go every day. Thank you for sharing your creativity so freely.

  135. Punches are so much fun. My granddaughter and I have a great time using punches. The Presto Punch would be a great size for her little hands.

    We’re getting ready to make Pappy a birthday card. We’ll be using punches.

    Thanks for sharing your expertise and knowledge.


  136. That looks so cool, I could really use it in all my projects; thanks for your great posts and ideas! Sue

  137. Hello – I love this little machine. I think it will be wonderful for the letters. I can’t wait to make one of the candy test tubes. Yours is so pretty. Thanks, as always, for sharing.

  138. What a great new toy this would be for my collection. It looks like so much fun. Thanks for sharing. Kit

  139. I have looked at this machine soooo many times but have been uncertain. I have problems with my hands and using punches can be a problem. After watching your video I will be putting this machine on my shopping list. The fact that you can also use the smaller spellbinders dies is most definitely a selling point for me also. Thank you so much for your video, it has answered all my questions about the presto punch. …Jenelle

  140. Thanks for the great video and yes I would love to win the machine. I use Nestabilitie dies all the time, circles and scalloped circles my favourites. I live in Australia and we won’t see this machine for a while, so the chance to win this competition would be awesome. Love your website, especially Club52.

  141. Wow! Do I ever need one of these. I have a drawer full of punches and a LOT of Nestabilities. It’s always such a hassle getting out my Big Shot or Cuttlebug just to cut and emboss a small shape. I love your videos. Thanks for a chance to win this awesome little machine.

  142. I love punches and like you I am running out of space to store all the punches. Spellbinders are definitely a cool product to own. Thank you for your demo video.

  143. Congratulations John! Thank you for another wonderful tutorial and the chance to win the Presto punch and embosser.

  144. What a great tutoral! I have some spellbinders but didn’t think I couls use this machine with what I already have. I’m so excited to know I could use some of them with it too. Thanks for all the info.

  145. What a wonderful addition to the crafters tools. I, like you have sooooo many punches and no space to store them. I would love to win this tool. Thanks for all your ideas.

  146. Oh my word there actually is one around. Have seen pictures in magazines but this is the closest that I have gotten on the packaging. Gosh another toy that would make my crafting pleasure even a greater pleasure is that possible?

  147. I love my spellbinders dies! My favorite punch has to be the scallop circles. I use those all the time. I currently use a Big Kick to punch with and I have a few hand punches. This machine would be a perfect addition to my collection! Thanks for the opportunity!

  148. I just started buying the spellbinder dies. What a great addition to anyones crafting tools.
    Love all your videos. Thanks for offering such a great product.

  149. I’ve just started using Spellbinders. There shapes are awesome. What a great giveaway this is!
    Thank you for letting me participate and have a chance of winning!

  150. Hi well done John, I too live in Australia and recently started paper crafting. I don’t have any punches at the moment so this machine would be a great prize to win. I love ave all the ideas and products that I find on Paper Crafters Library. I recently purchased the calender/note pad sets, which I received trouble free. I have now finished making them and am so happy with the results. I used different papers and colours and they look great. I have a few special friends who each year we make each other a Christmas gift. I intend to give the tins this year as my gift. I am sure they will love them. Thanks for all the inspiration.

  151. I love to use punches. LOVE them! I have many punches of all sizes. I like punches that coordinate with stamps. I also like circle and scallop-edged punches!

  152. This looks like an awesome tool for scrapbooking and stamping. Thanks for the chance to win one.

  153. I am just beginning to enjoy Spellbinders–I wish I will be one of the lucky winners. Thank you so much for the video and all your creative instrucitons. Good Luck to all!

  154. Thanks so much for sharing your expertise I look forward to every tutorial I can’t wait to see what you are going to make next…I would love the chance to play with this punch 🙂

  155. love the video would be nice to start a new line of tools YOU GOT TO HAVE THE TOOLS THANK YOU DIANA

  156. Kia Ora (hello) from New Zealand. I just love anything that means I don’t have to get my scissors out and cut it myself. Spellbinders, Stampin Up, cuttlebug, I just love them all. Looks like an awesome little machine that I am sure my 13 year old would love to get her hands on before I do. Great video and a great commentary too.

  157. I’ve been wondering about this product! Thanks for the review and the chance to win it. I use my other nestabilities a lot! I love those things!!

  158. Love the spellbinders Presto Punch …also like that I can use my other spellbinders if they are less than 2 x 2.

  159. I love punches & use them all of the time, especially border punches. Of course, I use scalloped circles & oval a lot, too. I would love the win the Presto Punch. Thanks for all of your wonderful videos & projects!!!

  160. Hi Andrea,
    Thanks for a chance to win this great little punch. I love punches, I have some from everyone who makes them. I especially like border punches.

  161. I love punches, all punched!! My kids say I am punch crazy!!! Right now I am in love with Martha Stewarts Punch all over the Page punches. I would so love to win the Presto Punch. Thanks for sharing all your wonderful videos and projects. And thanks for the chance to win.

  162. I love punches…punch art is my favorite kind of project. I have used spellbinders before but found it kinda hard to keep the frame in position to put back for embossing. This machine is just the thing to do all the work for you and you can really tell they put research in how to make it. My favorite punch is the top note from SU… can do so many different projects with it. Thanks for the chance to put my name in the give away.

  163. Punches are amazing. I am currently trying to get all the stampin up punches cause they go with the stamp sets I have. But I have alot of other punches as well from Martha stuart and some from CTMH. I am currently in love with the Lace Ribbon Border punch from Stampin Up and as I don’t have it yet I’ve been borrowing my mother-in-laws one all the time. It’s like I just give it back to her and then realize I need it for another project. LOL! And borrow it again. This Spellbinders Presto Punch looks so interesting, and it would be a honour to win one and try it out. Again you are amazing and I love crafting with you. Thank you.


  165. I love punches and have so many that I bought an over the door shoe holder (clear pockets) and hae my punces in them so I can quickly pick the one I need. Punches are so handy when doing cards and come in so many varieties and well worth purchasing.

  166. I totally love and adore punches! My favorites are the borders and decorative strips. I also use ovals scallops circles a lot. The Spellbinders Presto Punch looks like so much fun! I love the idea of punching and embossing at the same time. As for the noise, no problem! I craft downstairs in the basement, so I can create at all hours of the night. Thanks for reviewing this great machine!

  167. I love my punches. I have so many, but my favorite go to’s are the scalloped ones from stamping up. I like to make gifts and use these all the time for the tags. I’m so excited to make the new treat box in your video. The possibilities are endless in decorating it.

  168. I love punches of all kinds. They sure help with any project that I might be doing. A Presto Punch is on my Christmas Wish list. Thanks for the chance to WIN!!

  169. Since today is my 62nd birthday, I’m hoping I can win this. I love punches, but am just now starting my collection. So far, the only ones I own are some of the Stampin Up punches that go with their stamps. In fact, the Christmas cards I’m making this year have three stamped, embossed and punched Christmas ornaments on the front. Thank you for the wonderful tutorial and all the great freebies! Happy Thanksgiving!

  170. What a great idea!!! I would love to win………….I workk with mentally disabled students and this would be a wonderful addition to the classroom…….

  171. Oh my let me tell you about my punches! I love that extra 3 dimentional look you get with punches and dies. Martha Stewart and punch bunch are the ones I use most often. I have been wondering about this little Presto Punch and would certainly like to add it to my collection. Thanks for the chance to win this. I really appreciate your site and all the information I get here. Keep up the excellent work.

  172. Holy moly. I have been wanting to be able to die cut for a while, but I only have a sizzix texture boutique, so I just had to longingly stare at the spellbinders when I was at the store.

    Oh mama, I want this in the WORST way!

  173. Love it! What more can I say. I am such a punch junkie and would love to have one more.
    Thanks, Karen

  174. I definitely use punches. I think they are pretty essential to any craft project. If I had to choose my favorite punch shape, I would say the various banner punches are my favorite currently. I just love creating colorful banners to add an extra pop to my cards. They are so fun!

  175. I really wanted to win the last prize but I think the winner was just perfect! I know how he feels as I too enjoy crafting with my granddaughters. I never heard of this punch but it sounds really cool! Thanks so much for the opportunity to win.

  176. Thanks for showing us how this works! I’ve been looking at it since I do love my nesties, but like you I have so many punches! So cool! Thanks for the opportunity to win it! Thanks for sharing all your knowledge!

  177. I love dies! They are very versatile. You can layer different dies, you can use the shape that is left after removing the cutout and you ca use them to make punch art. I am a new member to Paper Crafter’s Library and I have learned ways to improve my paper crafting skills, time saving ways in doing things better and new techniques. Thank you for introducing us to various crafting tools, ideas how to use them and giving us a chance to win them!!

  178. Hello,
    Love your website and I LOVE Spellbinders. I would love to win one of our prizes. 🙂
    Thanks for the chance.

  179. LOVE LOVE LOVE PUNCHES…my faves are the label ones….for layering and the circle punches… 🙂
    Would love to try the presto punch!

  180. Would love to win the the Presto Punch as we go away a lot to the country and caravanning, it would be so perfect to take for the small amount of space it takes up and I would still be able to use punched art in my projects as I love them.

  181. I just purchased the Spellbinders Grand Calibur and I just love it. I think the Spellbinders Presto Punch would be a great addition to my collection. Your review on the Presto Punch was excellent. I would live to win this product!

  182. Wow, this Presto punch gives the freedom, versility and safe for the grandkids to be able to use, because although the hand punches are great sometimes the grandkids dont have the strenght to punch out shapes.

  183. What a fun tool! I love punches and use them all the time! I am especially fond of my maple and oak leaf punches, but I probably use my circles the most. I don’t have very many and want to increase my punch collection 🙂 Thanks for the chance to win! And congrats to John – I am glad the prize went to a new crafter – how fun for him!

  184. I love all my punches. I think my favourite ones are the label and tag punches though. I use them often.
    Thank you for opportunity to win this aweome tool

  185. I do use punches—-I would have to say me favorite one is a large star punch! Please enter me in the contest.

  186. I started with punches, but also have some spellbinder dies now. Punches are the way to go if you need a lot of a certain shape, like stars or circles. But the spellbinder dies are lovely.
    I was really pleased to hear that John won last week’s prize. I’m also an Aussie and remember a John W who was my youth group leader when I was a teen. He was one top bloke. I wonder if they are one and the same John W, or whether they are just both great people.

  187. How incredibly awesome to be able to win this product. Two friends and myself have started a small business venture and are always looking for new tools and ways to provide others with the ability to create and love what they are doing. Thank you for this fabulous opportunity!

  188. I LOVE punches! I thought I was a paper addict but I’m quickly finding I’m addicted to punches too! I love border punches any punches that coordinate with my stamps. What a timesaver compared to scissor cutting!

  189. Looks like a great tool that I would love to have in my kit.
    Thanks for all you great ideas and sharing your talent with us.

  190. Many of mine are SU punches – new style and old – and I love them all. But admittedly, they are clunky to store. The Presto machine looks very cool! Thanks for another informative video.

  191. Wow…What an awesome giveaway! Thanks so much for the opportunity.
    Yes, I use punches. I have a few that are EK brand, and I just bought my 1st Spellbinders today. Haven’t used it yet 🙂 I also love the border punches!

  192. Great video! Yes, I do use punches and my favorites are border punches due to their versatility. My absolute all time favs, of course, are my Nesties! Can’t make any project w/o using them! And the Grands are to die for! Yeah, Spellbinders!

  193. I love your videos and honest feedback about the products you showcase. Thanks for sharing and love the give away.


    PS: I am from India

  194. I have 15/20 Spellbinders and they are great space savers as well as great quality, This new toy is a must for crafters,

  195. The presto punch looks great!
    I use punches a lot. My favorite are circles. I also love all the border punches.

  196. I’ve been so curious about this product for forever, but couldn’t find anything to tell me exactly how it works…until now! Your review was so comprehensive – thanks so much! I’m especially glad to see it’ll work with regular nesties, since I have a bunch of those as well. Here’s hoping “Santa” comes thru for me. 🙂

  197. I love punches!!! My favourite ones are flowers and circles. Thanks for the chance to win!!!

  198. What a fun give-away! I do use punches, and just like you, I am a punch junkie! My favorite punch shape is the oval. I do own several Spellbinders dies and I think it’s just fabulous that the smaller size dies can be used with the Presto Punch!

    I love viewing your videos, I have learned so much! Thank you for the opportunity to win the Presto Punch!

  199. I do use punches. My favorite seems to be whichever the newest one is, but I use my Fiskars border punches and SU scallop circle punches the most. I haven’t gone the Nestabilities route due to lack of space, so this would be perfect. I’d love to give it a try. Thanks of hosting such a great giveaway and for your always comprehensive videos.

  200. Hi Andrea, I love the project you shared using that wonderful new machine!!
    My favorite punches are the modern label and window punch from SU!
    Thank you for all your project ideas.

  201. welllll …
    What is the advantage? My old cuttlebug does the same work without electricity … and with all siez of dies !
    No need of this when one already have a machine ….
    But the dies are cute 🙂
    Thank you for the video …

  202. What a wonderful tool! So glad that you introduced me to ‘Presto’. I’ll be able to use my regular Spellbinder dies on the 2″ platform. How cute & handy. Can’t wait to get the alphabet. Thank you again for a fine demo and project.

  203. Great video on the Presto Punch. It answered all the questions I had regarding this amazing machine.
    Thanks so much for all the work you put into your videos and tutorials — they are awesome. I love Spellbinders and have the Cuttlebug and the Grand Calibur. Would love to add the Presto Punch to my family.

  204. I like anything Spellbinders. Mostly use dies but their Presto Punch is great and would be really special to win.

  205. I had never seen this little machine at work. Thanks for the review and the chance to win one! I love that it can emboss and punch. I have many punches and I have to say my favourite are the scalloped edge and the scalloped oval punch.

  206. Like you I am a little punch happy. I have a large collection and use them regularly. I think my favorite is my snowflake punches, with basic shapes for layering running a close second. I love the idea that the Spellbinders system has now developed an amazing option which allows the embossing and stenciling as an added perk with the punched items. My grandkids love to use my punches as well and while I create they do too.

  207. The video completely changed my opinion of this new tool–I had been skeptical. I now see many possibilities. From one punch- happy stamper to another–we’re all becoming punch addicts! Love them!

  208. Hi, I find it hard to have a very creative mind but I must say watching your videos have been a wonderful journey, I don’t get alot of time to craft due to my nursing career but this wonderful prize to win would save alot of time and would make life alot easier. Your work is so inspirational and I love being a permanent follow of your site..Thanks for the wonderful opportunity to win such a wonderful prize….Cheers Denise

  209. Hi Andrea,

    I saw this machine for sales on HSN just this last week. Yes, it was a bit noisey but I would love to have one! I have a few Nestabilities and love the products. I am partial to my punches. I love border punches the best. Thank you for the wonderful shares you consistently offer.

  210. Thank you for the chance to win this great new system. I do have a lot of spellbinder dies and can’t wait to try this out.

  211. About all my projects have a punch of some style on it; if you consider the big shot a punch, it’s my all time fave…………but, Spellbinders are starting to take up alot of room in my home. What an awesome addition this would make for me & an early wish cancelled off my list. Thank you, again, for another chance to win.
    Congrats to John, in AU… be sharing 1 on 1 time w/his grandaughter is great & a non life threatening hobby, at that.

  212. I am a punch freak! I love my punches. I love to punch out sentiments and mat them with a layering punch, and I really love making punch critters and things using a variety of punches. I can’t even begin to choose a favorite, but one that I think packs a lot of whallop for it’s size is the ticket corner punch. So small, but it can take an ordinary square focal piece and mat, and make it look really elegant. This machine looks wonderful! I do have issues with arthritis sometimes using punches, and of course the embossing aspect is fantastic!

  213. I’m not too familiar with Spellbinders, picking out a punch is like asking what is your favorite color! Okay the scallop, ornament, fancy scallop……

  214. Andrea
    I am so excited. I have not heard of this little machine. I LOVE IT. It would be so easy to travel with. It would be so nice to win but if not, I will purchase it. Thanks for demonstrating it so well. I love your blog. I have purchased the monthly projects for awhile and love them all. I must join for the upcoming year. So much to learn. The videos are so well done, informative, and the projects are the best. Thanks again. Cathleen

  215. Thanks Andrea for this great product review – what a neat little machine! Like you I have amassed quite a few punches that are beginning to take over my craft room. Most of mine are Martha Stewart with some Fiskars and Stampin Up ones thrown in. My favorites are border punches. I like watching you use the Spellbinders products and hope to add some of them to my inventory soon. Thanks to you and Spellbinders for the opportunity to win some!

  216. Your ideas and videos are a great inspiration for our family – me, my daughter and my two grandsons (8 and 10 years) in South Africa. Every year my grandsons take on a special Christmas charity project – a tradition established by their mother who became a police widow at the age of 24 eight years ago and who was touched by special projects for police orphans. This year, their project is to buy handmade gifts for the family at a Christmas faire of an old-age home – all gifts made by the elderly people to raise funds for the home. I own a small selection of Spellbinders. I can just imagine how a punch like the Spellbinder Presto Punch can help them make gift tags to match their presents for family members.

  217. Punches are one of my paper crafting staples. I have many favorites but I tend to select the scallop circle and square most often. I have a group of ladies that I meet with from time to time that rely on me to share new products and ideas with them. Your videos help me inspire them and for that I am sincerely grateful. Thank you for the opportunity to win this amazing product.

  218. I still wished to have something like spellbinders dies they sound so great. I know it sounds crazy but I never touched or seen spellbinders nestabilities dies ever. I thank you Andrea so much for giving everybody chance to win this presto punch.

  219. I have alot of punches,but if I have to choose it is my scallop punch
    I use that for alot of projects. I really appreciate your taking the time bring this product
    Review to us . There alot products out there right now and this kinda gives us a little more insight
    Without the pressure of a salesperson.

  220. i have a cuttlebug and love all the label shapes. I also have edge punches which I love to use in card making and scrapbooking.

  221. HI,
    I love Paper Crafter’s Library and love my punches too. When I began card-making, I avoided punches because of the expense, but of course that didn’t last too long. In particular I love labels and builder punches. What continually surprises me is the way in which people use their punches – punch art is truly an art form! This Spellbinders Presto Punch may end up on my Christmas Wishlist!

  222. I love punches. They are so versatile and can be modified to create just about any shape. I especially love any punch that I can line up and waste less paper with. I’m all about being green.

  223. I love the Spellbinders products. I use all kinds of punches in my crafting. I love the different size options that are available from Spellbinders.

  224. No I don’t have the Presto Punch. I like using punches because some time they help make the job easier. a perfect circle, a square with straight sides. and even odd shapes. I don’t have a favorite punch as long as the punch at that time is helping me out it is my favorite.

  225. I have seen the Spellbinders Presto Punch advertised in all the crafting magazines and wondered how it worked. Thank you so much for sharing a video on it. As for punches – I am a “punch-a-holic”!! There are no two ways about it. I love my punches, particularly the ones from Stampin Up. Some of my favorites are the Martha Stewart. There are so many that you can choose from. The Presto Punch is very unique though! I just might have to add this to my Christmas Wish List!! 🙂

  226. Thank you for sharing. I find your blog very inspiring. What a fantastic little machine. I looks like this little tool would be a great addition to anyones craft room.

  227. Hi :

    This treat idea is so cute I am going to try and use It for my students as a little Christmas gift.
    To win the give away would be wonderful as this is my birthday week. What a nice give away.
    It would be wonderful to win.

  228. Yes, I use punches and I like almost any type. My favorite type would probably be scalloped edge shapes. They seem to add dimension and elegance to almost any project. Thanks for a chance to win the Presto Punch!

  229. Punches are the best especially if you’re making more than 1 of the item. About 2 1/2 years ago, I gave my daughter a baby shower with the theme – A Pea in the Pod. After watching your video tutorial, I went to town making all kinds of sizes of these adorable pea pods. The shower was a success and everyone that came fell in love with the pea pod idea. These pea pods adorned prize gift bags, table decorations, etc.
    So I would have to say that I get the most use from die cutting with shapes. With a little imagination, and inspiring videos from Paper Crafter’s Library – there are no limits to what you make.

  230. What a really neat tool to own and thanks for the how to video, so clear and easy to understand, thanks for the opportunity to win!

  231. So enjoy you blog and ideas. You and Sophia are fab. Have tons of punches and would love to downsize to one small machine. Thanks for the chance.

  232. I have never tried embossing so the spellbinders punch would be a great way to start. I also have a three year old that always wants to use my little dollar store punches, so this would be a really nice step up for me to use! thanks for another amazing opportunity to win!

  233. Thank you for the product review. It’s always nice when you can see the pros and cons of an item before you invest in it. After seeing your review, it looks like I have another item to add to my wish list! Thanks.

  234. I haven’t ever tried these punches just because I was not sure how well they would work. It would be terrific to actually have one to use. Your review of this type of punch was great. Thanks so much for the information and also for the chance to win one of the Presto Punches!

  235. I too love all Spellbinders, but alas as a retiree the Presto punch simply hasn’t been within my budget. Thank you for the opportunity to win one of these punches.

  236. I loves punches, I love the boarders punches that you can use to make the inside of your card as beautiful as the outside. I did not know about inking the shape before removing it from the spellbinder. Thank you for the website and my new tip.

  237. My two daughters introduced me to card making about one year ago, and I have gradually been collecting my own punches. My favourite one is the decorative label punch. The presto punch that you demonstrated this week is amazing. It would be really useful to have before I amass so many of the bulkier not to mention stiffer punching tools.

  238. The presto punch looks like a wonderful machine! I have never seen anything like it! So many of my friends have RA and cannot use the punches because it is just too painful for them. When we get together to stamp/create, I do all the punching to help them out. This machine would allow them to participate making their own items, which would boost their spirits! Thank you for the wonderful video! God bless! Karen Gullett

  239. I have had my eye on this machine for a while. No one could give me their opinion of the machine. I would sure like to try it and hope that I am successful in your competition.
    I use punches and embossing folders every time I make cards so something to speed up the punching time would be a great asset.
    Thanks for all the information you send to us via your blog.

  240. I love punches and die cuts, and use them daily in my scrapbooking and card making. I love the various size options and the embossing features of the Spellbinders. Things Christmas or winter are may favorite.

  241. I use punches alot.I don’t have very many so this would be great.I make alot of cards every year.I started in 2005 when my sister took me to a stamp camp one saturday and i was hooked ever sence.I make card for our troops over seas twice a year.We make them ,send them to them and then they wright in them and send them back to there families.They love sending something homeade back to there families.
    Thanks for all the great idead you give me and I love your websight.

  242. I love the Spellbinder products and have been looking at this for awhile. It looks so convenient and like a real space saver. Of course, who couldn’t use another gadget? Thank you for sharing your talents. It’s a real inspiration to get new ideas and learn new things.

  243. I have been paper crafting for almost 4 years now and have never tried a Spellbinders product. It looks really neat and fun but I know that I would not purchase one on my own due to the price. Maybe if I won one it would convert me from my current product line.
    Thanks for the opportunity and to let you know that I love your work and check your website for new ideas on a regular basis. Thanks again.

  244. Having hand punched over 300 dies this month for my grandchildren’s favors (Thanksgiving treats), I would love to win the automatic Presto Punch. One push and the die is cut. Sure would save on my hands hurting.

  245. Wow, what a cool looking machine. Another great tool in crafting! I personally seem to use my scallop oval punch (SU) the most, next to all the circles and ovals. I have quite a selection of the SU hand held punches. Winning this machine would be a dream come true. Thanks for the opportunity!

  246. OMG…. How cool is this!!!. You bring us the coolest things and I just LOVE your Videos

  247. I love my punches. My favourite ones are hearts and butterflies and I use them the most. Have been experimenting with border punches to get different effects. The Presto is so unique!

  248. There are so many wonderful crafting projects on the market today that it is difficult to know which one(s) to choose! Thank you for sharing you insights to so many of these products and offering us the opportunity to own one of them!

  249. Spellbinders is amazing. What will they think of next. I have just become aware, due to Andrea’s use of Spellbinders etc on this site. I would love to win this. I love the fact that you can punch and emboss with this machine.

    Thanks for sharing all your wonderful videos and tips. I look forward to viewing these each week.


  250. I love punches and dies, but oh how nice it is to SEE these wonderful reviews before spending my hard earned money… love your videos and especially the Pros/Cons review in an honest evaluation that we would want to know. Hugs.

  251. This is a pretty neat punch and embossing system! I would love the chance to win. I’m very addicted to punches! I have about 50, and would love more! I dont really have a favorite punch but I tend to use my label punches alot and my scallop border. Thanks for your awesome videos!

  252. Love the video, love the versatile machince options. Thanks for an opportunity to own the spell binder

  253. I do love my punches and have quite a collection. My current favorite would have to be my snowflake punches as I make winter and holiday cards.

  254. Oh, do I use punches!!!!! My favorites are the circles with the scalloped circles to back them. I go to these over and over.

    Thank you for the opportunity to win this cute machine!

  255. I am so thankful for people like you that are willing to share their ideas with those of us that aren’t so creative!! Thank you so much! I have just started getting back into cards/scrapbooking, and could use this freebie in so many ways! Please put my name in the drawing. Thanks again!

  256. Like you, I also use a lot of punches on my projects and this machine would certainly save a lot of space.
    Thanks for the chance to win this.

  257. I would love this machine. I can see how easy it would be to embellish cards, projects, and scrapbook pages. I love Spellbinder products and I can see how this one would come in handy. I too am a punch queen and running of space!

  258. This looks so fun! I would love to take something like this to the RMH (Ronald McDonald House) when I go there to make cards with the kids, it looks like it is so easy and fun. Vey portable too!

  259. I am a punch junkie like you so I instantly fell in love with that machine. You are the first to show me a lot of things! Thanks ladies 🙂

  260. I LOVE punches. Can”t get enough. My favorite has to be the circle punches that I have. Use them all the time. Different sizes. Couldn’t live without them. This machine could make them all lonely!! Want it!

  261. Love punches and love your videos! Being able to use this would help with the card ministry at my church

  262. The Spellbinder are spectacular. The amount of the shapes that the line have is lovely. I started to buy the circles shapes because I don’t have much space in my house to storage the regular punch. They occupancy a lot of space. Embossing completion and I love it.
    Happy Day!

  263. I love this! What a great size and practical too! I have just made myself a Spellbinder binder, as I have many and needed to store them more practically. Love them all! This little machine would be a great addition to my new scrap room, which will be ready before Christmas!


  264. I am very new to Spellbinders dies…I have only one set and I haven’t used them yet (Guess I’m kind of a “who moved my cheese?” kind of girl when it comes to things). This looks like a really neat product though, which I will be adding to my “wish list.”

  265. Hi from Scotland. I almost got one of these for my retirement present last year, but recieved a craft carry case instead.(something I rarely use) I so like all my punches, but spellbinders have to be the favourite, so many new ones to choose from. Thanks for the tips and videos, it’s such a treat each day and look forward to watch every one of them.

  266. Love love love punches! I have over 100 different kinds. They really enhance my projects. On a personal note, just received your Happy Birthday card tutorial. Can’t wait to make them for family & friends. Saw your demos on you tube & was hooked. Thanks for all your great designs & ideas.

  267. Thanks for the opportunity to win this great tool. I already own quite a few Spellbinder die sets and this would be a wonderful tool to have on hand.

  268. Andrea,
    Thanks so much for the great tutorial, I would love to order some square test tubes and try this project. I use punches all the time and also have quite a large collection of the Spellbinders Nestabilities. I love the Spellbinders nesties and am quite sure I would love the presto punch. Thanks for the chance to win the Presto Punch.

  269. This is amazing!!! It adds such a great addition to the already amazing spellbinders(of which I too have a ton!!!) Thanks for such a great video on its use. I am a visual learner so seeing how to use it vs reading the directions is such a help!

  270. I just found your page and love it. I use the punches but I don’t have very many 🙁 I could really use another one. Thanks for the opportunity to win! I have been scrapbooking for a decade, but just recently started using my paper for other things. I am so looking forward to following your site and making your suggestions.

  271. What a great idea for crafters, punching and embossing in one tool. As for my favorite punches- anything that frames a greeting. But I use my square punch the most for quilted cards. Thanks for the chance to win.

  272. I have a few punches but need to add to my collection. I find the round ones are used the most but I don’t have all the sizes. This looks like a handy dandy little punch….sure would like to have that one! Thanx for all your tutorials.

  273. Thank you for your video tutorial. Card making and scrapbooking are my favorite hobbies and I enjoy using punches to embelish my crafts. I also volunteer some time each month to help seniors in long term care with craft projects. It would be fun to use with the residents and I’m sure they would be amazed at things we can create with the Spellbinders Presto punch . I particularly like stars, hearts and circle shapes

  274. What a great punch. I enjoy all my punches and use them a great deal….the presto punch would be ideal for when my fingers ach after making numerous cards with the punches since I do have arthritis. Great ideas.
    Enjoy your tutorials.

  275. Thanks for the great little “tut” on this new punch tool. I would love to be able to win one. Like you mentioned, as I get older my hand strength is not what it used to be and I sometimes have a hard time with the handheld punches, so this would really make embellishing a lot easier. I LOVE your website!

  276. Great Tutorial, thanks so much for the handout! Would love to win, I tend to use alot of the SU Punches and Spellbinder dies! This looks like a great little punch to add to my collection!

  277. I love punches! Especially when I see people paper-piecing it together to make other things! This looks like a FUN way to punch.

  278. I love punches, especially border punches. I love shapes that can be used together to create new embellishments. (ex. Like a nice heart punch, that you can also use to make flowers.) Thank you so much for the chance to win, would love to add this lovely punch into my collection.

  279. Hi I love all my punches and nessties that I have. My favorite is the large snowflakeby SU as I love christmas. I make about 300 cards every year that I sell to work, coworkers and friends. This machine would save lots of time for me as punching takes lots of time for this many cards. I love your ideas that you share with us as some punches are far more versitle than what its initial intention is. I love to learn to create with punches.

  280. You did a great job reviewing this wonderful tool….as usual. I love your videos. I make all my cards…Christmas, Easter, birthday, get well, sorry for your loss, congrats, etc. I make all my gift tags from punches. The ticket punch corners are neat! I used the shapes (owl, bat, bird, heart, star, flowers, leaves,,etc.) for rewards punches for my class. In the evening we would use the accumulated punches to make collages. One year, my principal allowed me help every child in the school make a card. Punches sure came in handy! I guess the flower punches are my favorites. I use them for 3D effects, curling petals, using foam dots, etc. I hope I win!

  281. I love punches! Punches with embossing has to be even better!! Thanks for the change to win!

  282. I love punches! I love the circles and squares to help me layer! Thank you for the chance to win!

  283. Thanks for sharing Andrea another great tool to make card making that much easier; I love the spellbinder products and use quite often with my cards and scrapbooking.

  284. Sure love using punches and I’m not sure which one I like best. Have had fun making characters out of different sized and shaped punches like ovals, and circles and I love putting scalloped edges on cards. This Presto Punch that does embossing intrigues me. It looks like a great tool to have and I didn’t realize that it would match Spellbinder dies and work with other mediums than paper. Thank you for providing the review. I like the idea that the templates take up much less space than regular punches, especially since I am really running out of room for my addiction!

  285. Having previously made cards periodically, my New Year’s resolution for 2011 was to hand make all of my cards this year. I couldn’t have accomplished this project without your guidance through videos and the blog discussions. I would have given up long ago if I had to rely on my own creativity. Now as I end 2011 as well as head into the Thanksgiving week I have much to thank the two of you for. I’m finding my own personal level of creativity has risen significantly as I’ve learned new techniques from the two of you and have begun to combine them. I can’t thank you enough for sharing your talents. My daughter has a successful blog and I know the amount of work it takes to support this endeavor. From the bottom of my heart thank you for helping me reach a new level in 2011. I can’t wait to set the bar higher in 2012!

  286. I love the Spellbinders products, although I do not have a Presto punch, yet. Have several dozen of their dies, though. My “go to” punch is probably the scalloped circles. Very versatile.

  287. Hi Andrea & Sofia
    Thank you for the video on the Presto Punch, what a great little punching machine and it doesn’t take up much room and embosses – fantastic. I love to use punches and currently have a small draw full and they take up a lot of room, the presto looks like a great space saving machine, easy to use and take to crafting afternoons with friends. I love the stampin up boarder punches, they are such good quallity , other punches I like range from, leaves, circles, squares, ovals, stars and hearts. I enjoy making cards for friends and family and the punches are so quick to use. My favourite puches at the moment are my little star punches for Christmas cards.
    I have been enjoy your 12 weeks of Christmas and lookforward each week to getting your emails.
    Kind Regards and Many Thanks

  288. Now this is what I love about Paper Crafters Library, tutorials, intro to new products and ideas and a video too. I was not aware there wa such a product. Thanks for the ideas and promotion.

  289. I love all the spell binder products. I was never quite sure if I was using them correctly until I started watching your videos. Love all the ideas and love the fact that I can cut, emboss and stencil all in one. I love the new punch – anything compact works for me, I do quite a few workshops and less is better. Thank you so much.

  290. I use a lot of punches – SU, Martha Stewart, Spellbinders, Lifestyle Crafts. My favourite one is the Modern Label.
    The demo was great.

  291. The Presto Punch looks fantastic! I am dreaming up all kinds of projects I could do if I won and the compact size would be perfect for my crafting space. I love all kinds of punches, but my favorites have to be scalloped circles and snowflakes.

  292. I also love to use punches, there are so many things that can be done with them. They do take up a lot of room and do get heavy when you need to transport them when you are cropping somewhere other than you home. This seems like it would be so much easier to bring with you. It is also nice that you can use the smaller nesties with it

  293. It would be totally cool to win this prize. It looks like a great tool to have. I really enjoy your contests, thanks for the cahnce to win.

  294. I love using punches to add dimension to my cards. My favorites are labels and anything with a scalloped edge. Thanks for the opportunity to win. Happy Thanksgiving!

  295. Thanks for doing a video on this product. I didn’t think I would want this item but when you mention how it will save you “space” with you punch storage, I was hooked!

  296. I do use punches, probably my most used are border and label punches. Thank you for the chance to win.

  297. I love punches and use them all the time. My favorites are the oval punches; especially the scalloped.

  298. I love my punches, especially my circles that I make snowmen with and mrs. Claus, etc. I also live my scallops bcus I can make cute penguins, and they are great to use to punch sentiments out of. Punches are great for everything!

  299. I love the punches. So many different flowers & animals etc to create. This looks like a fantastic new one to have. It would be happy in Montana…….

  300. Hi Andrea and Sophia. I love your videos! I do use punches…it seems like a project just isn’t complete without some form of punch or die-cut. My favourite shapes would be all kinds of labels/tags, flowers, hearts, circles and squares. Sorry, it’s impossible to pick just one! lol Thank you for the opportunity to win this fabulous new machine!

  301. You inspire me with all your projects. Love trying them out and I like to use both punches and spellbinders dies. Would like to win the punchie.
    Thank you for sharing,

  302. As I had said in earlier post I am fairly new to card making. I do have a few punches
    – Martha Stewart and Fiskars. I would love to have a few fancy ones though. The ones
    I have are for corners or round circles, which do get used alot. I would love to win
    the Spellbinders one. Thank you so much for giving us all a chance to win.

    Thanks again.

  303. P.S.

    WOW !!! I just your the video on this machine and I love it.
    It is so compact and uses very little space.

    Thanks again.

  304. The presto punch looks very nice, small and compact, I have seen quite a few of the spellbinders video and just love how they make your project look soon smart, I don’t have anything like that in my craft room, but to have a change to win is always great .Yes I use a few punches on my cards, Fiskars, stampin’up.
    The ones I like are flowers, hearts and also corner punches that can be used for lace edges
    Thank you for the change.

  305. Congratulations John in Australia – It’s nice to know that we non – Canadian/Americans can also win – Hat off to Andrea and Team. Enjoy your special time with your Granddaughter and your new craft stash. The Presto Punch looks great – Love gadgets so definately would love to win this.
    Thanks for giving us the chance

  306. Thank you for the chance Andrea! I haven’t used this product yet, it looks interesting. Congrats to John in Australia!

  307. I love punches, I don’t have a lot of them, but I use them quite a bit. The Presto Punch is perfect for me, because I don’t have a lot of space in my craft room. Thank you for the chance to win and the video’s. They really inspire me.


  308. absolutely love last winner (john) was an awesome story!
    great to see men involved too
    would love the chance to win this.. you ladies do such a wonderful job on your ideas, videos, etc
    keep up the fantastic work

  309. I love Spellbinders and punches! How awesome that the two are combined with this machine. The Presto Punch looks like it will have to go on my wish list! I have seen this product before, but did not really know how it worked. Thanks for doing the video review. It was very helpful! The opportunity to win is great as well!

  310. I use punches daily, my most favorite are well how do I pick just one. I like to layer cardstock for tags. So I may use two sizes of the same shape perhaps the oval is my favorite. I have been drooling over the Presto Punch for awhile.

    I enjoy your blog.

  311. I just love getting the email we great new ideas. Thanks so much. I love to use punches any time I get to on all of my project. It makes things go faster and gives it a great extra look.

  312. I love Spellbinders. I’ve never tried the punches. Thanks for the opportunity to win one. This would make a very nice Christmas present to me!

  313. Love punches a little more than stamping. just getting into it though. I do not have a favorite one just yet. I would love to add the Spellbeinders punch to my collection. Holiday greetings to you.

  314. Love my punches and I use them all the time. One of my favorites is the owl – everyone who gets a card I made with it just gushes!

  315. I love all my punches, especially geometric shapes, hearts and snowflakes. I’m addicted to border punches too.
    Thanks for the great chance to win this new awesome tool!

  316. Punches are SO versatile and quick. They add dimension to your project and can give it that WOW factor. I use punches and die cuts on most of my cards. My favorite punches are ones that can be used to make many different looks. The owl punch and ornament punch from SU! are my favorites!

    Thank you for the opportunity to make my Black Friday not so dark! No shopping for me this year.

  317. I love die cuts, die cut machines. They make life so easy for me. Thanks for this great opportunity to win this awesome tool.

  318. Punches are fabulous! I have most of the SU! ones, along with a few Martha’s and Marvy’s. While my circles, both plain and scalloped, are in constant use, I’d have to say my favorites are the different label punches – curvy, modern, decorative labels. I would love to win the Spellbinders Presto Punch and see how it shakes up my card making!

  319. The Presto Punch machine looks like a fun new idea and can’t wait to try it. Spellbinders just keep the new products coming.

  320. Punches, border punches, die cutting machine…..I use them all. 🙂 I’ve looked at this and considered it but so far its only on my xmas list. I haven’t actually gotten one yet.

  321. This would be something completely different for me. I have not had a chance to even see one of these in action. Thanks for the opportunity to possibly win this. Another toy for mommy. Whoa!

  322. I absolutely love punches and this machine would be a great addition to my collection. Its great how you can punch, emboss and stencil all in one.
    Thanks for the opportunity to win! That’s great

  323. Thanks for the chance to win…1st time seeing this in your video! Lvoe the project too…great for stocking stuffers for my grandkids 🙂

  324. I use punches all the time. Most often I use circle and square punches as well as my spellbinders dies.:)

  325. The lack of room here is absolutely making it a must for smaller things and since the baskets of punches are in a cupboard that have to be taken out, the cuttlebug is more used because it can sit out close by. This punch would be an absolute positive for me. Fav punches are the decorative corner ones, and a couple of label ones that are used most often when taken out out of hiding.

    Thanks for the opportunity.

  326. I would love to win the new machine – something new is always exciting – and makes your mind start thinking of ways to utitlize it. I love all my punches – and especially love the circles punches, and the squares, then it would have to be the shape like the owl punch and the bird punch. But it is hard to choose just one that you like. Pick me to win the new toy – tool for my creations.

  327. just found your blog, so this is a first for me as well as first time seeing this product. Love spellbinders products and would love to use this in my paper craft projects. thanks for the opportunity.

  328. Hello!

    I love the Spellbinders dies! I have not seen the Presto Punch until your post – so many options and possibilities! I love paper punches and use them all the time in creating my cards and projects. I love all of the flower punches and basic shapes but also love the special fun punches like the SU owl punch.

    Thank you for this opportunity and wishing you a happy day!


    Barbara Diane

  329. I’ve never seen this gadget before now. Thanks for showing it to us! Love your ideas and how you share with us.

  330. Punches are great! I would have to say my favorite is the bird and branch from SU. I would love to win this great little punching machine you shared with us. Thanks 🙂

  331. thanks for this review since i’ve been considering this purchase for a while now…

    thanks a lot

  332. I use punches quite a lot but I don’t have many. My favourites are the small animal punches 😀

  333. That machine looks awesome!!! I would love to have that in my scrappy repertoire!! I do have a punch addiction for sure. I think the ones I love the most are edge punches be they SU!, Martha Stewart, EK Success… I’m an equal opportunity puncher. LOL Thanks for the chance to win!

  334. Oh I just love punches and dies, especially Spellbinders! Would love to have the Presto punch! Happy Thanksgiving!

  335. I love using punches and have lots and lots of them…it’s hard to choose a favorite. I also using Spellbinders dies and have lots and lots of them too…..I don’t have the Presto Punch but have looked at it several times…would love to have one!

  336. Wow what a great Giveaway. I love spellbinders I have lots of the spellbinders dies. I have seen some Videos about this Spellbinders Presto Punch. I love all the Spellbinders dies it would be hard but I love Love my Butterflies. I love the fact that its compact and light I have RA in my hands so this would be great for me. Sometimes when you are doing a project and you just want that small punch this would be pefect for that. thanks for shaing your Video and giving us so many great tips and info on this great product. thanks for the chance to win. Have the best Thanksgving .

  337. I am new to using punches (been making cards for about a year now). Love the Spellbinder dies – especially the scalloped ovals. have a great day.

  338. wow… what a neat product.. would love to win this…. I can see myself using the alphabet set for scrapbooking. but I know I would not stop there… I love that it would be sooo easy to travel with. Thanks so much for the tutorial on how it is used… that is such a plus a new product.

  339. I use corner punches the most. I love what the add to whatever I am creating. I would love to have the Presto Punch since I find all of the Spellbinder products to be of high quality.

  340. I have a few punches, but I prefer cutting dies like Spellbinders Nestabilities … They are able to cut many different materials. I just discovered your website and find it great! Thank you for this opportunity to win the Presto Punch!

  341. WOW!!!!! just love it and would love to add it to my collection, thanks for the opportunity to win it!!!!

  342. I use punches all the time. My favorite ones are my boarder punches and my scallop punch. Thanks for a chance to win.

  343. It looks like a tool sent from heaven…a must for every cardmaker. I sure hope I win….Thanks for the video…it sure helps to see first hand how to use new tools.

  344. I love to use punches,And use them all the time in my card club,Here on facebook,I love all of your products…And wanted one of these for a while now…Thanks for a chance to win ….Happy Thanksgiving to all

  345. Great video. I just bought a presto punch last week and now I want all the templates – lol! Didn’t know that some of the regular Spellbinder templates will also work – bonus! Use punches all the time. My favorite shapes are flowers.

  346. I love using punches. The border ones are my favorite to use. Would love a chance to win this new one.

  347. I love punches!! I use them all the time with my card making. The Spellbinder Presto Punch looks pretty neat and I would love to own one. Thanks for the chance to win!!

  348. I use punches all the time, especially use anything to do with flowers, however, just recently used a snowman. Would LOVE to win the Spellbinders punch.

  349. Hi everyone….I seen the presto punch when it was first released and thought it was pretty cool. Of course the chance to win one is awesome news since I had to decide between it and the Grand Calibur. I love punches and dies, because they are quick and easy, always perfect (like my dies) and I don’t have to use my cricut all the time. My fav go to punches are snow flakes, leaves/branches and borders.I use them on almost every card I make!
    Have a great day and a scrap happy life! 🙂 gl to all

  350. I love punches and this looks to be on my wish list. Great Tutorial
    Happy Thanksgiving to all.

  351. I have been keeping my eye on this wonderful tool and would love to have it. I think it would be great to have a small, die machine to carry around and the sizes will be great for my card making. Thanks for a chance to win……………..

  352. I do use punches….my favorite ones are basic shapes (oval, labels, circles, etc.) that I use to cut out stamped images/words or photos. (Same thing with my spellbinders dies.)

    This video was really helpful – just looking at the ads for the Presto Punch, I didn’t realize you could use the smaller Spellbinder dies.

    Also, I assumed that I wouldn’t be able to “center” my image like I can with regular punches, which is obviously incorrect! Now I definitely would like to add a Presto Punch to my craft tools.

  353. I have many punches but do struggle sometimes with them sticking, or not going through certain weights of card stock. I tend to avoid them I’m afraid 🙁 Don’t know if this Presto Punch would cure my aversion but I’m willing to give it a go!

  354. Great tutorial on this product!
    I didn’t know anything about it . I can see where it would be a great help to someone who has arthritis in their hands. I help my brother with his paper crafting (he has Alzheimer’s) and this would just have him confused – so we need to use the good old hand held punches. I have a Cuttlebug, Big Shot, Cricut, and Cricut Expression and he can’t use those. I do have many Spell Binder’s dies and I love them. Personally this product isn’t for me. I can die cut several sheets of cardstock at one time and can use many small dies on the platforms at the same time. I just don’t have the patience to cut several pieces one at a time. Plus, I do most of my own paper crafting late at night and the sound would be a factor – but this is a wonderful product for those who have patience and who don’t have any other die cutting machines. Please don’t count my comment in for the drawing.

  355. This is a great product. I am someone who has carpel tunnel and I have problems sometimes using regular punches so this would be ideal for me. I enjoyed your video, and I LOVE Spellbinders dies and also have a collection of them. Thanks for the chance to win this awesome machine, would love to see it under my christmas tree.

  356. I have always wondered about the “Presto Punch” and now I know…and WANT ONE! Very cool video–pleasantly please with how informative it was–a real “hands-on” tutorial that was extremely helpful and all the way down to the noise it makes when completing the punch task! Loved it! ****Wishing now*** 🙂

    Thank you!

  357. Love Spellbinders products. I have many individual punches and have had problems with them. I would love the Presto Punch. I’m sure it is of the same quality as all other Spellbinders products are. Keep up the good work Spellbinders!

  358. Thanks for the detailed tutorial, which has changed my mine regarding this product. I will place this on my wish list for future purchase.

  359. I purchased the Spellbinder’s Wizard press machine a few years ago at a craft show. Unfortunately, i have never been able to really spend any time using it because the “sandwich” technique seemed to baffle me but I think this Presto Punch might cure that. I would LOVE to win it and see if it ignites my enthusiasm like the Wizard did when I saw it demonstrated.

  360. Very cute design. It looks like there are lots of options for making embellishments. I would love to win it –just to try it out :). Currently my go to punches are my corner rounder, several border punches (Martha Stewart and Fiskars) and of course my circle scallop punch. I find these to be the most versatile.

    Thank you fro the demo –it is always nice to see a product in action before purchasing.

  361. I definitely use punches & shapes in almost every card I make! In particular, I love all the spellbinders shapes & the punches from Stampin Up & Martha Stewart. 🙂

  362. Thank you so much for your review of the Presto Punch. I’ve been eyeing it at my local craft store and wondering if it was something I could/would use. The answer is YES!! To be able to punch/emboss a few small items and not have to drag out my Big Shot would be terrific. Thank you for a chance to win, Spellbinders is awesome!

  363. I love using punches in my crafing. I also am a member of the paper crafters library and love it. I really like stampin up owl punch.

  364. As a recently retired SU! demo I have experienced tunnel vision and am now exploring the world of other manufacturers out there, it’s kinda overwhelming. I think this punch machine is super cool!

  365. Hi Andrea, I am a retired Elementary Teacher with arthritis in my hands and would love to have the free Spellbinder presto punch. The tool is awesome! I make cards to my friends and relatives. I have over 70 cards to make on the holidays and this punch would really help a lot. I also attend stampin up classes each month. Thanks-a-million! Jeanette

  366. What a great addition to paper punching! I love paper punches! What a great Christmas present this would make! Thanks for introducing and showing how to use it!

    ~ Mickie ~

  367. Hope I can still make it to the draw, but yes I do love punches. They are one thing I think I can’t live without in my crafting life because it’s easy to use them for embellishments. Punch a heart and presto you have a tag or a centerpiece for a card. I love circles and hearts because they are so useful. =)

  368. I haven’t used a Presto punch, but would love the opportunity to win one! I own many, many, many spellbinders dies and absolutely LOVE them. They are amazing for papercrafting projects.

  369. Wow what a great product! I uses punches all the time & this would be a great space saver. My favorite punches at the moment at are actually the alphabet as I am having great fun making personalised Christmas gift for all my friends kids, but general favorites are butterflies & anything scalloped. I would love to win this prize as my mom loves papercrafting & love all the stuff I do with punches but she has arthritis so cannot use punches in her projects so I would love to be able to give this to her. Thanks for the opportunity to win this.

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