Username Post: Help! Too many pages for my Album        (Topic#1467731)
New Kid On the Block
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Hi All

A few weeks ago I purchased here from scrapbook a Pioneer Memory sewn scrapbook box.
I'm using this album to as a memory book for a 100th birthday party.
I have 70 pages I need in the book, but will not fit in this Pioneer .
So, I need help finding an album that will hold 70 of the Pioneer 12x12 pages.

I was looking at the Scrapworks - Anthologie book, but it doesn't list how many pages it will hold.
Does anybody know.

If there isn't a "box" type album that will hold that many pages which I would prefer, is there any other nicer gift like albums that would hold these Pioneer pages.

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks
Phil Lanz


Edited by planzScrapBook on 06-17-08 05:59 PM. Reason for edit: No reason given.


 
Luvmyfam
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In response to planzScrapBook

Phil, the Sewn Scrapbook Box holds D-ring pages. The refills you have listed are for post-bound albums. Are you looking for a D-ring or post-bound album?


 
New Kid On the Block
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In response to Luvmyfam

Actually, those refill pages were the ones that came with Pioneer Scrapbox. They can be used for both post and d-ring.

What I was really hoping to find was a "box" d ring album that would hold 70 pages.

If I can't get that I'm looking for a quality album that will hold that many pages.




 
Luvmyfam
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In response to planzScrapBook

I see. In addition to the number of pages, it might be helpful to know how thick your 70 pages are in total. I've only had 2 box albums and both were the same overall thickness (one is the Pioneer sewn box and the other is a different type of Scrapworks album). Fortunately I didn't go over the overall thickness, even though I added pages, so I was ok.


 
dncangel73
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In response to planzScrapBook

i own an anthologie bay box and i dont think it will fit 70 pages... just so you know! hth!


 
CMLeach
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In response to dncangel73

Is this 70 pages as in 70 page protectors (or 140 pages)....or 35 page protectors (70 pages)?


 
New Kid On the Block
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In response to Luvmyfam

The pages are not very thick at all. It's really more of a photo album than a scrapbook.


 
New Kid On the Block
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In response to CMLeach

That would be 70 page protectors or 140 photos.


 
on_the_plains
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on_the_plains
In response to planzScrapBook

I agree with Ashley 70 will not fit in the Scrapworks bay boxes/anthologie.


 
Amonika
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In response to on_the_plains

The only thing I found to hold that much that I liked was the Pioneer Snapload albums. They don't sell them on Scrapbook.com but they are usually one color and have a ribbon running down them. They will work with your page protectors .


 
Gelidy Gelato
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In response to planzScrapBook

The largest "manageable" album I have found is the d-ring american craft. Notice I said manageable. You can add additional posts to post albums but they get all wobbley.

Two additional suggestions...
Split the album into two albums. I have had to resort to this because a 4"+ album is just too unruley.

I have had my pages scanned professional and printed out on paper. Looks great (some pages look even better then the originals) and the album thickness of reprints is a fraction of the original.


 
kimba617
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In response to Gelidy Gelato

I also like the Pioneer Snapload albums.


 
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