This is a really intriguing idea so I don't want to burst anyone's bubble; but for those who are interested in the archival value of their scrapbooks, it is important to know that wood contains lignin. Paper is often made from wood and thus the reason we have to watch for lignin in our papers and cardstock. Does anyone know if pieces cut from wood can be sealed sufficiently to prevent damage from the lignin?
Edited by Ms. Fit on 01-12-13 05:56 PM. Reason for edit: No reason given.