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as a page protector with pleats at the sides? I have been making my pages more and more dimensional and sometimes have trouble even fitting them into regular page protectors. I was wondering if anyone has seen a page protector especially made for "fat pages", as my dgd calls them.


 
justLyn
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In response to Mimiof123

I don't know if they make one, but it sure sounds like a good idea.


 
Rosita
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In response to justLyn

I think I heard about someone making those on an episode of paperclipping roundtables. I make my pages pretty flat, so I didn't pay much attention other than thinking that the inventor found a niche and filled it.


 
wilbur
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In response to Rosita

I haven't heard of a page protector with pleats at the sides but that is a good idea! I cut just a smidge strip off the side of my page when I first start making the page. This makes it easier to get into the sleeve. It's probably 1/8 or 1/16 inch I take off


 
RedSquirrel
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In response to wilbur

I take 1/8" off the side of my card-stock before starting the page so that they fit the page protector. If I remember!

I've never seen pleated page protectors either.



 
Sneezy1956
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In response to RedSquirrel

We R Memory Makers page protectors will take very fat pages believe me I know some of my albums only have 10 pages in them and they are full!


 
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In response to Sneezy1956

Is there a specific kind that you order? I looked through all of them and didn't see one that said it was for fat pages. Thanks for your help!


 
mrsrogers52513
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In response to Mimiof123

I've also found that the WRMK ones fit my dimensional pages a little better. There aren't any specifically made for that, its just the normal WRMK ones.


 
jaxxan
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In response to mrsrogers52513

I have pages with pretty thick chipboard on most of the page and they fit into the standard wrmk 12x12 ring page protectors.
To give you an idea here is a page I did a while ago that has the technique tuesday chipboard frame and snowflakes. They are pretty thick. That being said, I have to do a thinner page to go behind it in the album. I could not put two of these type of chipboard layouts in the same protector.

*Playing in the snow By Jaxxan


Edited by jaxxan on 10-19-13 07:14 PM. Reason for edit: No reason given.


 
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