This is the nicest punch that I have. It is easy to use and the punch handle fits well in your palm. It is easy to line up, then punch, and line up the last punch with the design that is on the punch and punch your paper. Use can use it just on the corners or one side or all 4 sides. I like to use a 8x11 paper punch around the whole border of the paper. Then, I plce it on a 12x12 paper. Usually the small paper is a plain color. I pick a color out from the 12x12 which, would be a pattern and then pick my plain color from the pattern. When you place the smaller sheet on top of the pattern it really nice looking.
i saw the demo and had to get this little gem. I am currently using it on ATC cards for a project I'm doing using the 7 gypsies carousel. The border looks so cute sticking out from the wheel!
Starting in the middle and working one way, like the demo shows, is easy, but can be a bit confusing when working it back the other way. Do a couple test runs and you'll be a pro!
I can't seem to have too many punches. However I have noticed this punch used on many scrapbook pages on your web site.. It is extremely effective whether it is used on a brightly colored page or on a more grownup softly colored more girly page. I have a granddaughter I call Sunshime. Cn't wait to frame her lovely picture with tjis exceptional punch called Sunburst.
I love this punch! It give such a pretty scalloped edge to papers. It punches the intricate design very easily and it is easy to line it up to create a 12 inch long edge--I've been using it on everything lately!
This is such a cute punch I don't know how to put it into words. It reminds me of a pretty table cloth design. I like how sharp & crisp the sunburst look when it cuts into the paper!