My assistant Carol loves the Art Nouveau style of Alphonse Mucha, so when she saw that Reddy had perforated 3D images for card making she bought a bunch.
There are delicate pieces and parts that need to be punched out. First she tried using a paper clip (as shown) and that worked pretty well. What worked out really well was a seam ripper. She liked the fact that it had a tiny blade and was also able to use both points against the perforations. (Carol just smiled when I asked her why the woman who does not sew has a seam ripper in her desktop mug of pens. There is also a nail file, scissors, a ruler, and a screw driver spilling out of that mug.)
Here is the card:
The biggest tip I can offer you when punching out things like this is that with a little patience you will definitely have more fun.
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