This is a flower piercing created with a Klic-N-Kut using the punch tool on Worldwin Colormates cardstock.
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Well...after several "oooops" cuts on my chipboard, I was just about to give up and just do the houses in cardstock. Then, this morning I decided to search for aa tutorial from you. There it was! Your video on cutting cardstock with the Maxx Air : )
I followed your instructions to a "t". Now I'm moving forward with my chipboard houses and a sparkly addition to my holiday décor.
I just wanted to take a moment to thank you for all your help throughout the year. Your help keeps all us home (serious) crafters loving our cutting machines and finding our innermost passions. I'm sure if you weren't "out there" to help all of us, many would not be having the love affair with their Maxx Airs (like me).