I've always had a difficult time using punches to cut borders like this. This punch makes it sooo easy! You just line up your paper with the edge and punch, then turn and punch, then turn and punch, then turn and punch, and then flip your paper and do it again. It makes a lovely edge. It is a little bit on the pricey side but I would rather pay more for a good, easy-to-use punch then waste a lot of paper using a cheaper (and more frustrating) punch.
Used in this layout: Sweet Heart
I love this punch. Whenever I need a large circle to use as background for a scrapbook page or for a double-page layout, I don't have to run all over looking for something to match at the local stores, I can make it myself. It's simple to use and looks terrific!
Have used these punches before and find them easy to work with and fun to use. They are all well made and create a nice scrapbook page or placemats. I hope you will enjoy it as much as I do.
Love this new punch from We R Memory Keepers. I was able to take some older pattern paper that I was tired of and transform it into something brand new again. I really like that you can do the outer cut, inner cut or both. I even used the "scrap" that is cut off the outside edge of the paper as a border for another page.
With the economy the way it is I would think it would be more economical to come up with a punch this great that would be more affordable. Why not just make one machine and make inserts that give you the different designs... These are so big, I would not have a place to put these if I was lucky enough to have all of them.