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EK Success Corner Adorner Small Rounder Corner Punch

4.2 out of 5 stars 65 customer reviews

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  • Simply remove the corner clip to create borders and other designs with this punch
  • Give your corners clean-looking, smooth curves
  • Available in small, medium and large
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Product Information

Product Dimensions 7.8 x 1.5 x 4.9 inches
Shipping Weight 3.2 ounces
Item model number PSPCR01C
ASIN B000B7S4FK
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4.2 out of 5 stars 65 customer reviews

4.2 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #139,742 in arts-crafts
#997 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing > Craft Supplies > Paper & Paper Crafts > Punches
#26,999 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing > Scrapbooking

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Product Description

Give your corners clean-looking, smooth curves that you will love. Available in small, medium and large.

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By Wing on April 9, 2009
Color: Small Verified Purchase
I tried a couple of similar scrapbook corner punches. Unfortunately none of them are perfect. With the Paper Shapers punch there is some wiggle room when you try to line up the paper, so it takes some practice to get a consistently clean corner without a little "step" in the paper at the edge of the corner. Fortunately this punch lets you turn it over to see exactly where the paper will be punched.

I was using this punch to round the corners of laminated photos, but after a few photos it stopped punching through and now only bends the corner and jams. I think the cutting die may be slightly bent. Maybe I was trying to use the punch for something it wasn't intended, but I don't think 5 mil laminated photos are particularly heavy duty. It still works for plain paper.

This punch lets you remove the plastic clip so you can punch the straight side of a piece of paper to make a scalloped edge, but to do this would be so tedious I don't know why anyone would choose this method over scalloped-edge scissors.

One other thing I wanted to point out: Another reviewer said this punch was the one to use for playing cards. However, the radius of this punch is 1/4", and the corner radius of standard playing cards is 1/8" (the same as a credit card corner). You can still use this punch for playing cards, but be aware the corners will be larger than a standard deck. Unfortunately there does not appear to be a consumer-grade scrapbooking corner rounder smaller than 1/4" (I found 1/8" punchers but they were much more expensive).

The other corner punch I tried and kept was the Aidox Angle 5mm Eater Corner Rounder Small. It has its own shortcomings (it struggles with a laminated photo and can't round very small pieces of paper), but it seemed to make consistent clean corners better than the Paper Shapers punch.
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Color: Small Verified Purchase
This item was satisfactory, although the punched-off area was not as small as I was hoping. I would've liked to have had some sort of standard measurement for the size of the rounded corner or the amount that would be punched off instead of the vague "small", "medium", and "large" descriptions of the various Ek Success punches offered. I spent a good deal of time just trying to guess how "small" the rounded corners this punch makes would be and, with no measurement whatsoever, eventually had to just try and guess what size would work for my project and hope for the best.

Also, you have to be really careful to get the corner you're punching lined up and inserted correctly or you can easily ruin it. This may also be true of other corner punches, though.
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By Adam on September 13, 2011
Color: Small Verified Purchase
I bought this for rounding off the corners of some bookmarks I was producing for a client. I was using standard card stock that had been UV coated on both sides. This unit made easy work of rounding all of the corners. I did a total of 50 books marks (200 corners) and it didn't seem to get any less sharp.

I like that it has the corner guide to make sure you line everything up properly but this isn't a warrant to fly through your work. Make sure you take the time to fit the corners in properly to get the best results.

As for the radius, it was perfect for my project but, as some people said, this isn't going to match the radius on business cards or playing cards. The radius is closer to that of an AA battery.
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Color: Small Verified Purchase
this is 1/4", not 1/8"... i bought this because the review said it was 1/8.... IT IS NOT!
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I bought this to help me with making my save the dates for my wedding. I have used it on paper, 100 lb. card stock and 20 pt magnets (fridge magnets). It worked well with all of these and gave them a more professional look as opposed to the straight pointy corner edge but I found that a lot of the cut out edges got stuck in the cut out punch template part. To accommodate this feature (not flaw), I just removed the cut out pieces every time I cut something. Other than that it's great. Also, the size was just right, I also got the medium but that was HUGE. For cutting invitations and what not, this was the perfect size!
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Color: Small Verified Purchase
I highly recommend this corner-rounder - a solid little workhorse. If all you need is a simple 1/4" radius, with no other fancy cutouts, this is it. Radii are very hard to visualize, so consider this: If you want a radius such as found on a credit card or a playing card, that is a 1/8" radius. A 1/4" radius (this product) is very much larger, an example being the size of a pencil eraser end.

After quite a few mistakes, I finally discovered a trick with this product. First hold it in your hand, top facing up. Now, invert it, so that the blade (underside) is visible. Insert your sheet of paper into the cutter, making sure that the corner of the paper is positioned *exactly* into the "V" of the cutter blade. Then, depress the lever gently, and you will have a cleanly rounded corner without the "step" you'd have if you couldn't see what was happening. I've cut literally 100's of sheets this way. After each cut, tap out the cutoff bit of paper, and it will never have a jam.
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Color: Small
I recently bought this punch from Ben Franklin with a 40% off coupon. It was about $7 or so. I didn't want to spend a lot on a corner punch so I just took a chance with this one. At first, I just couldn't get the corners nice and even. Then I read someone elses review that said you have to punch it upside down so you can see what you're doing. This person was absolutely correct. All you have to do it turn the punch upside down and center your paper in the corner punch. This way you can see exactly where the paper is in the punch. Just put the very tip of your paper's corner in the punch and you can't go wrong. Now that I've got the hang of it I don't have any problems with nice, round corners. Am glad I bought it and it's very lightweight.
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