Username Post: Album thickness??        (Topic#1486019)
kaye222
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Hi,
I was wondering if anyone had a great album that can handle many pages in 3D??
I seem to have fat layouts and have to add several posts to make it work....
Any suggestions???
Thanks


 
Patti Sylvia
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In response to kaye222

I have found the 3-D ring albums take care of that problem...plus they're easier to add page protectors to.


Edited by scrapn biker chick on 11-12-08 02:38 AM. Reason for edit: No reason given.


 
NoirCat
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In response to Patti Sylvia

I do very bulky LO's so I recommend the Scrapworks line of albums. They come in leather and in cloth covered. They snap shut and create a "box", that way no light, dust anything else can sneak in when you aren't looking at the album. They have a 3-D ring system that is easy to open and load. Plus when shut you can stack or set your albums upright and nothing will "smash" down your LO's. I love mine and I use nothing else for my scrapping.


Edited by NoirCat on 11-12-08 05:00 AM. Reason for edit: No reason given.


 
mghairgirl
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In response to NoirCat

I would say I scrap very lumpy pages and have found that We R Memory Keepers albums work great, I have their post bound books and they have lots of space as well as the ring binder ones.


 
ALevy
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  • ALevy on 11-12-08 05:49 AM
In response to mghairgirl

I'm a big fan of the American Crafts D-ring albums as well.


 
MommyMarci
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In response to ALevy

American Crafts here as well. The binder type in my experience do much better with lumpy pages.


 
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