Can do a lot with this die, I use it for so many things. It is a little delicate to work with if you use light weight paper. I found the best way to keep it together is to use a glue gun, especially with card stock.
These are a little different than what I expected, however they do look nice when you get them put together. I found that at least four cutouts are necessary to make one rosette! If you have never put a rosette together I suggest you go on youtube to watch a tutorial. It is necessary to use a glue gun to keep them together also.
Really easy to use - the directions state that it may be necessary to run the dies through the machine 2 or 3 times because they're so small and intricate - but they passed and cut the first time through in both my Vagabond and BigKick.
The only reason I didn't give it a five is because each die only makes 1/4 of a rosette, so you need four passes to make one full rosette (I prefer the longer Tim Holtz rosette dies which make one complete rosette) - but they're very pretty - and remarkably small, which makes them unique and quite versatile.