Martha Stewart Crafts Corner Punch, Rounder
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- Product Type: Crafting
- You will be able to create perfectly round corners with this punch.
- This product is imported from USA - It is a 100% genuine product
- Dimension: 1.2-inch diameter
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Try Martha Stewart's Punches for your next paper project, whether it is a card, invitation, scrapbook page or another creation. Corner Rounder Punch creates perfectly rounded corners every time with alignment wings. Wings can be folded for storage. Punch size is approximately 1 1/8 x 5/8 inch.
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There's two things I don't like about the punch- the first is that because of the embossing aspect, the bottom of the punch isn't open like some of the other Martha Stewart punches. So if you want to get a precise area of paper in the punch for the corner, or use paper resourcefully to get the most punches from a sheet, you have to guesstimate where to punch.
Also, you have to put in pattered paper upside down to get the photo corner right side up (so that the embossed fold is in the right direction).
Also, the photo corners are fussy. The back edges don't quite meet up, so there's no easy way to seal the photo corners and adhere them to a background paper before inserting your photo into them. I wound up just leaving them flat, putting glue stick all over one side, and then folding them over the edge of the photo. It took more work than I expected.
Overall, I am pleased- I wanted to be able to do a little "old school" scrapbooking (mounting photos on a page) as well as inserting smaller pieces of artwork into a larger sketchbook, and this punch helps me do that.