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v. per·fo·rat·ed, per·fo·rat·ing, per·fo·rates
1. To pierce, punch, or bore a hole or holes in; penetrate.
2. To pierce or stamp with rows of holes, as those between postage stamps, to allow easy separation.
To pass into or through something.
adj. (pûr′fər-ĭt, -fə-rāt′)
Having been perforated.

[Latin perforāre, perforāt- : per-, per- + forāre, to bore.]

per′fo·ra·ble (-fər-ə-bəl) adj.
per′fo·ra′tive adj.
per′fo·ra′tor n.
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Use a pencil or hole punch to make two holes in the flap at the top of the carton for hanging.
Using the "fold three or four pieces of paper, hole punch right on the fold" technique, I was able to get a whole class worth of paper ready in no time.
I took umbrage with this hastily compiled hypothesis because I do, indeed, own a hole punch.
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To assemble the masks, you'll need a craft knife, scissors, a stapler, craft glue, and a hole punch.
Hole punch ghost card You will need | A piece of black construction paper | White paper to punch | Glue stick | A hole punch | A pencil Method | Fold the black paper or cardboard in half (to make a typical card shape).
YOU WILL NEED: Heavy poster board Pencil Scissors Paintbrush Paint Glue Hole punch Construction paper Elastic cord Items to decorate your mask DIRECTIONS: 1.
You will need: 1x large thin piece of card, felt-tipped pens, ribbon or strips of crepe paper, glue, safety scissors, tissue, fabric, sequins (all optional), a hole punch.
qTHE days of frantically looking for a stapler and hole punch are over with this Slimline Office Companion