I like this even better than the SU! border punch b/c of the holes. I can't believe how many other (more difficult) ways I was making scalloped punches before this! The only downside is that it takes a little pre-planning if you want to carry the border to meet at a corner. It's do-able, though, just make sure the hole at the end (at the corner) is at 1/2 inch from the other edge (around the corner), that way when you turn the corner and start punching the adjacent edge, the holes will line up. Practice on scraps, first. Also, there is no receptacle that collects the punched out holes, so neat freaks be forewarned, you'll get some confetti action afterwards.
I have been looking for this punch for some time now, but it was always sold out. I got lucky because a friend found it for me at a local Michael's. Apparently, it was the last one because they're always high in demand! This has to be my new favorite scalloped edge punch! It makes scalloped edge paper when you want to use it on a project. The scallops came out a little smaller than I thought they would, but even still it comes out really cute! You don't have to push down on the lever very hard, so it punches without that much resistance. If you're looking for a good priced punch definitely check this one out. I promise you'll use it way more than once!
Such an incredible purchase!! I'm so glad I finally bought this punch, it is such a versatile product! I love seeing all the ways everyone uses this punch... it seems like the perfect accent to just about every page. The scallops are so cute, but could very easily go well on a masculine page. I love how there are so many possibilities when it comes to putting things in the holes or weaving ribbon through them! I can't wait to see all the things I can come up with now that I have this wonderful punch!