Getting the Most Out of the Triple Banner Punch

Hi all, I hope you’re having a great day today! Question – do you own the Stampin’ Up! Triple Banner Punch? It’s shown in the photo below, and it’s FANTASTIC. I would venture to say that it is my most used punch in my collection. It was designed to punch banners in the widths of 1″, 1 1/2″, and 2″. I’ve learned to use it to make banners of any width, so I wanted to share so that you can be getting the most out of the triple banner punch.

Getting the most out of your Triple Banner Punch by Stampin' Up! - how to cut banners of any width

First, I’ll share a couple of cards made with this punch:

Lovely floral birthday card made with Stampin' Up! Window Shopping and Petite Petals stamp sets and Window Box thinlits

Thinking of you card idea using floating card technique and Stampin' Up! Dragonfly Dreams and Best Birds stamp sets

Gingerbread man card made with the Cookie Cutter Christmas Stampin' Up! stamp set, Cable Knit embossing folder, and Candy Cane Lane designer series paper.

Christmas Tree Scrapbook Page made with Stampin' Up! Peaceful Pines and Oh What Fun stamp sets and Perfect Pines framelits

I just love this punch, because it’s perfect for greetings as well as simple ‘space fillers’ on cards. Like I said, it’s designed to punch banners that are 1″, 1 1/2″, and 2″ wide. I figured out an easy way to punch banners of any width, which can be really helpful especially when you’re using them for greetings. One inch wide is way too big sometimes, and you need a narrower banner, so watch the video to learn how to make them!

Thanks for visiting, and if you don’t have the triple banner punch, order one today using the link below!

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