While this is a terrific punch, very easy to use, and punches a smooth and clean border, I was hoping it would correspond with the hole spacing for Zutter's Bind-It-All tool/machine. I thought it would be nice to have removable/addable pages in the sketchbooks I make. This product punches three holes per inch (3:1 pitch) while Bind-It-All punches 2:1.
Hope that helps anyone who was wondering.
I LOVE this punch! I have been waiting a binding edge punch for years, but could never find one. I'm so happy that EK Success has come out with these punches. They are so easy to use. They punch through thicker cardstock/paper like butter. One of the best parts is that these punches lock down to store flatter than any other border punch, which makes owning more a lot easier! :)
If you have ever wanted to make a torn out of a notebook border on your scrapping layouts, this is the punch for you. You will not be disappointed!
Used in this project: Motorcycle Birthday
I luv this little easy to use punch. It locks up so that it takes less space and it is so easy to line up and use. I had tried other notebook edge punches, but they were hard to line up and very hard to use. These new EK success punches are the best - I have about six now, and plan to get more!
I love this punch - so much so that I got another one for a scrapping friend. So, yes, I would recommend or even buy this product for a friend - she loves her's too! The design is great, can be used for the school years layouts to doing a neat spin on your cards too! Love it!
I love this punch. It's great for creating that torn out from a notebook look. I use to create journaling spots. The slim profile is a wonderful characteristic of these border punches. Easy to store, easy to use. I highly recommend it.
Used in this project: National Junior Honor Society
I used this at a crop in 2009 and I just knew I had to add this to my collection.
I even saw a tutorial on how to make it without a punch but nothing beats the punch.
For give me if you start seeing this on every other LO!
Used in this project: Beautiful Sunday
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