This punch should be in every scrappers supplies. It gives such a nice finish to corners. I use it sometimes to round outer corners of pages, but most commonly I use it to round one or two corners of layered accent papers. It makes all the difference between a nicely designed lo and a super looking lo. When I first got it I had a little trouble getting smooth cuts every time. I discovered that this is one punch which should always, always, always be used "upside down" so you can control your cut. Otherwise, you may end of with jagged edges. I strongly recommend it for all my friends, my friends to be, and my friends who I will never actually meet.
I have this medium 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. 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
I use my EK Success corner rounder all the time. It's especially nice to use when I trim something with my straight edge trimmer and then the corners aren't perfectly even. I just use this corner rounder to cut off the corner tips and then feel better about the item I'm working on.
I'm very weird about alignment and things looking even. I can tell within seconds if something is off by even one millimeter. I'm just not satisfied until everything looks perfect.