In the craft world, there’s no denying the divinity that is Martha Stewart.
She’s converted homes into temples of clever creativity, where even the mundane can be made magical by a little embellishment.
Her products are equally transformational; they simplify the act of crafting and bring a dimension of quality to your projects.
You’d be hard-pressed to find a paper crafter who does not rave lyrical about Martha Stewart’s paper punches.
Not only are they well-made and sturdy, they produce intricate papercuts and add real flair. You’ll covet them all.
While owning the entire catalogue may not be an economically viable option for you, there are ways to extend the use of the craft punches you already have.
I found a fantastic tutorial on YouTube that shows how to get more out of your Martha Stewart edge punches (click here to watch). It also provided the inspiration for these punched-paper napkin rings.
Use decorative papers or upcycle co-ordinating bits of scrap paper for this project.
If you have a Martha Stewart deep double-edge craft punch like this one, you can skip steps 5 and 6.