Hello Everybody! I have a problem when it comes to scrapbooking which somebody may be able to help me with. When I get halfway done with an album, the book is so full that I cannot finish adding anymore layouts to it! Do I just stop with that and start a new album? What do you guys do when you get to this point? Help!
Edited by MyrandaMichelle on 03-23-12 12:55 PM. Reason for edit: No reason given.
Post extensions allow you to expand a post-bound album. They usually come with the packages of page protector refills. You can also use the Pioneer "Snap Load" system. It takes the place of the posts. I prefer using a D-ring album. It just holds more and is easier to work with.
As far as my albums go, I have many with different layouts in them. For albums with just one theme, though, I've learned to plan my pages ahead of time to fit within the album I've chosen.
Just to fill a little with a few more thoughts.....
Keep in mind that some people have flatter pages and some have bulkier pages that will take up the space of a couple of pages. What one can get in album may not always hold true for another.
It will also depend on what your expectation is in regards to number of pages you want to put in a book! Although I am not a big fan of D rings albums I still can't get 300 layouts in there!
Although it will pain you at first to split an album if you still need to, in the long run it will be fine. It gives you a break in the middle to get a drink or have some cake!