I have this lsmall corner rounder punch right by my drawing table so I can reach it anytime it's needed. It's part of a three-size corner punch group. The punches are strudy (too bad there isn't a picture of it here) and easy to use. Punching one piece of cardstock works best and "seating" the corner of the paper in the guides insures a good cut. If you don't get a clean cut simply file the paper or cardstock with an emery board or some sand paper. I like that you can tell the corner sizes apart by the different colors of the punches. A must for versatile scrapbooking.
Jill Davis, Founder
Used in this project: she has no fear
This is my all time favorite corner punch. It gives a slight rounding to your corners but still makes a great "frame" to the photo, cardstock or embellishment. It is really small and portable too. The trick with this though is to turn it upside down so you can center the corner exactly. Because it is such a small corner that is being removed if you don't view it through the back it can sometimes be off center. I use this punch almost every time I scrapbook.
Used in this project: geauga park
I had a project in mind that required rounded corners so I got this punch. I never imagined how much fun it’ll be to work with it. I absolutely fell in love with it the very first time I used it and it’s one of the most valuable punches in my collection. It enables you to quickly add a special touch to photo mats and cards. Within second it can help you create ornate scrapbook pages. It comes with the Corner Clip so that you can achieve clean-cut and co nice corner punch placement. You can also chose to remove the Corner Clip and the same intricate design can be punched anywhere along the page.
This punch is worth every penny but not a penny more. It's a cheap little punch that handles slight rounding on journaling cards, but it's a bit flaky and naturally won't work well on anything that isn't a perfect right angle. I suspect higher-end corner punches won't work significantly better, however. As other buyers suggested, upside down is the only way to see what you're doing.
It did not cut some of my corners properly. I have learned to turn it over and make sure the paper is aligned and it seems to do fine. I am rounding the corners of wallet pictures so my page is not exactly square but if you are careful in aligning it, it does a great job.
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