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I have a small square punch, and regret wasting my money/space on it, when it's so easy to cut a square using a trimmer. I do have a larger one, and when I bought it long ago, I used to cut a 'hole' in a card-front so you could see through to the inside of the card. Otherwise, it's not much used either. I have some scallop circles, which always look nice backing up a plain circle. I do have a 1 1/2 " circle punch (a Fiskars squeeze one) which I bought years ago, and all the Stampin' Up! circle punches of 1" and up.
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I'd agree with Novell - I have a 1" square punch which I rarely use (but won't ever give away, either). Circle punches - I guess I have them all from 1/16" up to about 1 1/2" . I probably mostly use the 5/8, 3/4, 1 and 1 1/8.
I love all my different sized circle punches. Fiskars makes some circle punches in sizes EK Success doesn't have. But I wear those out a whole lot faster. I do have a few square and rectangular punches, but don't use them that often. My SU! demo uses the corners of the square punches to give the points and or fishtail ends on strips of paper to make them look like banners. They make them more even that if I tried with plain scissors.
I use my square punch a lot!!!!
I would look at the Stampin Up site, they carry a lot of punches that layer with one another. It would give you idea about sizes regardless if you buy from them or elsewhere.