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Unread 08-03-2017, 07:29 PM   #1
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Hello there. I have some Fiskars squeeze punches, most with a blue handle. Although, I think now they are made with white handles. I like and use these punches, but I don't have a good idea on how to store them. Do you have any suggestions for me? Thanks!
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Unread 08-03-2017, 08:57 PM   #2
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In another life, I had them hanging on the edge of a little wooden crate designed to hold CDs. I had my decorative-edge scissors in the crate itself, and had one "leg" of the punch inside the crate, and the other one outside. Another time I had them lined up in a wire basket, standing on the levers so I could see the punch itself. I have fewer of them now, so they're just in a drawer...
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I have mine in a low wide vase with one handle in and the other out. I am curious to know what ones you have and what ones you use. I have the scalloped oval, the plain oval, an arrow and a corner rounder. I use the arrow and the corner rounder the most.
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I hang my punches on round curtain rods I bought at Wal-Mart that are similar to IKEA bygel rods.
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So, I have several: squirrel, crow, turkey, corner rounder x 2, square x 2, 3 different leaves, pear, cat, and tree. I use the squirrel, cat and the corner rounders the most.






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I have mine in one of those over-the-door hangers, made for shoes maybe. Mine is clear so I can see the punch through the envelope area. Works well.
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I ended up using a Stamp N Storage Whale tail punch holder for my Fiskars punches. I've included the photo here.






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