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Hi all,

 

I searched around, but didn't really find what I was looking for.

I had a lot of fun designing my own Boarding Pass STD's. And am now ready to print and start cutting and all that fun stuff.

I have all my cardstock, glue, cutters everything I need EXCEPT a Round Corner Punch, to do the Boarding Pass corners.

 

What Round Corner Punch did everyone use? Brand Name/Where you bought it/What size (s/m/l) etc? (Canadian gals can really help me out with this one too :) )

 

I bought one, but I dont think it's meant for what I want it to do. I've gotten Frustrated, so need your help.

 

Thanks so so much!

 

I'm at a stand still until I get the proper punch.

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I have no idea the brand name that I used, but if you go to your local craft shop, they should have lots to choose from. I just chose one that would give a nice rounded corner.

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I ordered mine from fiskars - their corner squeeze punch. I can't remember the name... but it's the smaller of the two, the squeeze punch is SO handy!

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crystal, if you're still looking, i'd be more than happy to take a picture of mine and post it once i get home in a few hours. it's sitting out on our table waiting for me to finish up our invites so it wouldn't be a problem at all! let me know!

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That is Exactly what mine says that I bought. Photo Corner Round Punch.

But it rounds the corner and punches two rounds likes inside the corner. So I'm either not using it right or its not what I'm suppose to be using. I will post a pic of mine in a sec!

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Okay So here is my Punch I bought:

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And this is how it punches, it makes the corner round but also punches these two silly lines! (just testing on a piece of paper I printed):

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