Card It Monday – Fiskars 3 in 1 Tag Maker

Fiskars 3 in 1 tag maker

Recently I got my hands on one of the new tools from Fiskars, have you seen it yet? It is a tag punch that also punches the holes and sets the eyelets – the Fiskars 3 in 1 Tag maker. Of course I have been having a fun crafty time giving it a work out.

Ok so here is how it works:

Punch the tag shape with the Fiskars 3 in 1 Tag maker

You punch the tag shape, I have the one called Label and the size of the punch out is approx 7.5 cm by 5 cm at the widest points for this tag.

Place the tag in the hole punch slot of the Fiskars 3 in 1 Tag maker

Then you place the punch-out tag into the hole punching slot, and this is my favourite thing about this tool, it seems to perfectly centre the hole. Super quick and super easy and if you have ever had one of those moments when you are doing it by eye and the hole is slightly off, then you will know how cool it is that it centres the hole with minimal fuss!

Set the eyelet with the Fiskars 3 in 1 Tag maker

Finally you can use the eyelet setting bit to…yep you guessed it…set the eyelet!

So after punching lots of different tags I made this card using papers from the Heidi Swapp September Skies paper pad

A card made using the Fiskars 3 in 1 Tag maker

and with a handwritten sentiment using watercolour and a brush.

A close up of the card made using the Fiskars 3 in 1 tag maker

Pretty cool huh? I don’t think it is quite in the UK or EU shops yet as I could not find it so keep your eyes out as I’m sure it will be there soon, but my US readers might be able to find it in some of their stores. You can find out more about them and decide which is your favourite shape on the Fiskars website.

Have a fun Card It Monday.

Catch you later Card-inators!

Kim

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2 Comments

  1. April 27, 2015 / 10:45 am

    Ooooh how fabulous Kim i will keep my eyes open for one of these new Fiskars doodahs, what a fantastic idea. Thanks for the info, added to my Pinterest Board Wishlist so i don't forget.

    BEAUTIFUL card, love the hand written sentiment, so beautifully CAS 🙂 xxx

    • April 27, 2015 / 10:53 am

      Thanks Mo 🙂 Glad you like it, both the tool and the make 🙂 🙂

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