It started off okay and then it just got really blunt. I know I'm asking it to do quite a lot here, because this is thicker paper than your normal card stock but it really should go through.
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I would however like to say that I love the impressions that it gave. It kinda gave me this lovely heart punch raised look. I really loved that! So I've just done a couple of strips there before I sharpen it because I think I'm going to use that on a different layout.
To sharpen our punch, I've got some aluminium foil here-or aluminum for you on the American side. What we need to do is to fold it over and really get a nice clean, and flat edge because it makes it easier to get into the punch when its folded. Now I'm going to put my punch through on the flat edge.
It's also really important to make sure that you just use the aluminum foil to sharpen your craft punches. Don't use sand paper, or wire wool, or anything like those because it'll ruin the shape.
I'm just gonna go along and punch this out on the foil several times. If we keep doing that, it should really help make it a little bit sharper after.