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- Create perfectly rounded corners on cards, gifts, scrapbooks and more
- Features two sizes in one package:0.50-inch and 1-inch
- Punch locks for compact stacking and storage
- Paper alignment guide for precise placement
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Soften the edges of your cards, scrapbook pages, photo mats and more with this Ek Tools corner rounder's mini punch set. Paper guides help align paper perfectly. Lock shut for stackable storage. Design label for easy identification. Set of 2 mini punches, 50-inch and 1-inch.
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Switched to my fiskars after this, but after punching enough corners these too became stuck and stopped punching laminate. Perhaps it's the glue from the sheets?
Like a few others here, I also bought these primarily to round the corners of things I've laminated since those corners can be darn sharp.
Compared to some fiskars corner punches, these are different but they work. The fiskars produces more consistent results, but the ek aren't far behind.
The fiskars are nearly 3 times the size (and the decorative ones in particular take a bit of effort to punch); these ek ones are small and easier to maneuver with one hand so I can steady the paper with the other hand.
Both EK and fiskars have raised edges set at 90 degrees to guide the corner of the paper. Even with this, it's possible to mess things up. I found that holding the paper in place while you punch is the best way to keep it from shifting and causing an uneven cut.
So far, I've only tested these on card stock and laminated sheets, but for both of those they work.
They made a nice quality punch when I used them, but my daughter couldn't press hard enough to get the shape fully punched. She has no issues at all with a standard hole-punch, which she regularly uses to make little booklets. Also, the heart punch fell off the dining room table and broke.
It's a nice punch if it's going to be used by someone with typical adult hand strength, and kept nicely with other crafting/scrap-booking supplies. But it's not a good fit for kids, for those with limited hand strength, or for anyone who isn't careful with their tools. If that describes you, then this will be a 5-star product for you, because they're cute and make a nice punch! But if you're looking for a kid, or if you have arthritis, or any other reason for limited hand strength, then it may not be the best product for you.