(Closed) Did anyone round the corners of their invitations?

posted 11 years ago in Paper
Post # 3
445 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2009

We haven’t yet, but we’re going to.  I am a scrapbooker and I’ve used corner rounding tools since the dawn of man.  Theyre very easy to use.  My only advice is don’t skmip on the tool.  Get a good one (ie pay more money).  Your thumb will thank you.

Post # 4
513 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: December 1969

I agree with the first poster.

We were going to round the invites- but we ran out of time, and frankly, out of motivation!

But I have spent countless hours rounding and it can lead to some sore thumbs. You don’t really need to worry about evenness depending on which rounder tool you use. I am not familiar with the one you pictured- But getting a good rounder is very helpful.

Post # 5
92 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: July 2009

ditto what Grey56 said. i LOVE those little guys. They are a scrapbookers bff. And its worth it to spend a bit more to prevent blisters. Yep, blisters!

Post # 6
349 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2009 - Rancho Bernardo Inn

I got the fiskars corner rounder and it was great to use.  We used it for save the dates and it didn’t hurt after awhile like so many of the punches do. 

Post # 7
65 posts
Worker bee

I think I might — but I have used them for sure, and I absolutely agree with the other posters. Get a good one!

Post # 8
291 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: August 2009

I believe the Fiskars corner rounder is the kind that you actually squeeze in your hand and depending on the amount of invites and thickness of the paper, could save your hands from becoming numb, painful mush =P. 


Post # 9
275 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2009 - Harbison Chapel & The Maple Lane Farm

I got the same fisker 1/4" rounder, thought it did a nice job.  

Post # 10
18 posts
  • Wedding: March 2009

I corner rounded our invitations and just used a cheap corner rounder I found at Michael’s or JoAnn’s.  The one I bought had a plastic ridge to line up the paper so it punched properly.  I think it added a nice finishing touch to the invitations and was easy to do while watching tv. 

Post # 11
21 posts

Yep, used that exact rounder for my DIY save-the-date postcards. Definitely finished the look. Debating on my inviations, though. They’re "playbill" style so likely will look better square. I think it depends on the style, but in general rounded corners look less DIY.

Post # 12
2000 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: July 2009

I have that rounder, too! It worked great on my wallet-sized engagement photos.<!–Session data–>

Post # 13
1 posts

i love this corner rounder! http://store.scrapbook.com/pp-zu-2806.html  

it’s a little on the pricey side, but will save your hands cause it goes through thick cardstock, and even acrylic like butter!  it’s very heavy duty, and if you’re cutting through cardstock you can do several pages at a time.  i used to have the fiskar’s rounder and have broken several doing invitations and programs over the years.  hope this helps!

Post # 14
267 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2010 - Jewel Box in Forest Park and Windows on Washington

The printer I am planning on using offers corner rounding for a small fee.

However, as a scrapbooker, I would recommend investing in a good corner punch.  After punching 4/invite, your hand and fingers will get tired!

I love the look of the rounded corners, too.  Such a fresh look!

Post # 16
51 posts
Worker bee

I got the Fiskars one and loved it!  It was so easy and they all came out evenly.

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