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Old 08-17-2006, 06:30 AM   #1  
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Default Riveting circle size

Can someone tell me what size of circle punch best matches the hostess set "Riveting"?
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Old 08-17-2006, 06:32 AM   #2  
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The 1 1/4" circle will punch it out beautifully and then if desired you can mat it the 1 3/8" circle in another color.

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And I think you can use the 1/2" circle to punch out the center...

I don't have my catty with me to compare the sizes, but I'm pretty sure that's right. (But someone please correct me if I'm wrong!)
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[quote=cincystamper]And I think you can use the 1/2" circle to punch out the center...quote]

Cincystamper is right. Both the 1 1/4" punch and the 1/2" punch work, but you have a little wiggle room, because they don't cut EXACTLY on the lines. The outside edge of the stamp is a tiny bit smaller than the 1 1/4" punch, and the inside edge of the stampis a tiny bit bigger than the 1/2" punch.
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