Have you seen the corner chomper? Do you use it? How do you like it?
These are questions I get on a regular basis. The answer is, I have no clue! I didn’t even know exactly what it was until I saw Kristina Werner use it in a card video – and when I saw it I was very curious indeed – I mean, it seems like a big tool just to cut some corners.
We R Memory Keepers sent me one to check out, and I’m thrilled to report that I love it. Today I will explain why, how to use it, and share a card I created using their new Anthology line as well.
The tool has two sides – 1/4″ and 1/2″. You pop open the tabs at the sides (which pop open so you can insert paper and punch perfectly rounded corners, then you can close for storage) – and go!
Above you can see the 1/4″ (left) and 1/2″ (right) cuts that it makes. The really cool thing is that this will chomp through chipboard, transparencies, heavy paper, and even more than one sheet of paper. I created this card using the new Anthologie line – and was able to easily punch the corners with the card closed. AWESOME!
If you’re like me and cut a lot of corners (heh) – this is the tool for you. Yes, it’s a bit big for the little job it does, but it does that job well, and is the strongest corner punch I’ve encountered. You’ll be seeing it a lot around my projects for sure.