punch out of

punch something out of something

 and punch something out
to press on something and make it pop out of something. She punched the perforated stickers out ofthe page and stuck them onto her schoolbooks. Jane punched out the stickers.
See also: of, out, punch
References in classic literature ?
The good woman set oat-bread before me and a cold grouse, patting my shoulder and smiling to me all the time, for she had no English; and the old gentleman (not to be behind) brewed me a strong punch out of their country spirit.
Martinez was in trouble on four occasions Wednesday, but his brief bursts of fallibility only made his ability to punch out of tough situations more impressive.