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Old 12-21-2006, 03:45 AM   #1  
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What size punch do you need for the set Riveting please?

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First you use the 1 1/4" circle to punch out the stamped image and then if you want to mat it, punch the 1 3/8" circle with a coordinating color.

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I think you can also use the smaller circle punch (3/4" I think) to punch out the inside part and truly make it a rivet.
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Thank you very much just what I wanted to know xx
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I think you can also use the smaller circle punch (3/4" I think) to punch out the inside part and truly make it a rivet.
I believe it is actually the 1/2" to stamp out the inside. (In case someone else was wondering.)
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What size punches do I need for the Riveting set.
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LOL...You asked about pinch sizes and I thought that was a new technique I have never heard of...
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I can't get to my stamp room right now, but the inside circle is the 1/2 inch on. I don't remember which fits the outside off hand.
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According to the catalog it is 1 1/4 inch on the outside...I don't remember where it is listed, but I know I saw it....lol.
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Default circle punches and riveting?? *MERGED*

Which circle punches work for riveting? I need to add these to my order. Thanks
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First use the 1 1/4" to punch the stamped image and then if you want to mat it use the 1 3/8" with a coordinating paper.
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Is it the 1/2" circle if you want to punch the middle out?
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Is it the 1/2" circle if you want to punch the middle out?
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Default punch sizes

Amanda:

I'm glad you asked this question. I'm getting my SU order ready to be eligible for the hostess stamp set and Riveting is the one I want. So, I will have to add the circle punch in the order. ; )
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I was going to but I have the coluzzle and CM circles so I don't know if I need to buy the punches.Does anyone know if either of these will be able to work for the riveting set doing all 3 cutouts for the set.meaning center circle.big circle and matting.

other wise I also need to buy them.but would rather save my money if I can.
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O.k. I looked at my coluzzle round circle and it fits perrfectly over the set.so no need to buy 3 punches.when I have the one circle coluzzle that fits all the circles.
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do I need to punch out the middle of my riveting set? I don't have a circle small enough to punch out that middle so of course I NEED one TIA!
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I was just about to ask the same question!
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LOL, I should have done a search first. I had no idea this was such a frequent question!
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got my order today with the two circle sets and my punches..yeah! thanks for this thread!
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What size punches do you use for SU riveting Set... I want to order some and want to make sure i have the right ones. i have 3 different ones and they don't seem to be the right size
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First I use the 1 1/4" to punch out the stamped image and then I mat it with the 1 3/8". The 1 1/4" does leave a little around the edge so if you don't want to mat it you don't have to either.
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you can also look at the fiskars squeeze punches the smallest will give you an other layer.
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gotcha i think i have 1 of those....
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I was looking in ACM today and they have all the same circle punches as SU..I was wondering which punch size fits the riveting stamp set? Is it the 1 3/8 one?? thanks I figured I could use my 40% OFF coupon on one and get it for like $7 instead of $13 from SU.
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Depends on how much of a border you want. I use the 1 3/8 and/or the 1 1/4. I also LOVE using the Designer Label Punch with it.
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The 1 3/8 will leave a nice border. I don't have a 1 1/4, so I just trim around it if I'm going to be layering it. HTH!
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I used the 1-1/4" punch for the rivets on this card.
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I just ordered the 1 1/4" at stamp club tonight. That's the one that will work. I checked it out with my demo on the spot!
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Ok,, so I have tried to find a perfect punch for Riveting and I keep going to big. Anyone have any idea which punch will fit them perfectly.????? or is there even one ?

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Stampin' Up!'s 1 1/4" circle punch works perfectly - it leaves just a bit of border around the image. You can then mat it with SU!'s 1 3/8" circle punch - it looks great! Also, the 1/2" circle punch will punch out the little center image so you can pop it up on a dimensional - looks too cute!
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Awesome,, thanks so much!!

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I use the CM circle maker - you get 2 circle cuts with one big punch. It makes a 1/4" mat as well. It's nice for when you're doing a lot of punches - and don't have to worry about finding the right punch.
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