I'm working on my first scrapbook ever, and bought a bound album without any plastic sheet protectors. Before gluing anything down, however, I'd like to have some slip-on sheet protectors to protect my photos in the future.
I've found these two to be most appealing:
Avery Quick-Loading Sheet Protector . This is an open-loading sheet protector which I could easily slip album pages into. This one is more economical, but I'm not sure if going with the open-loading would be ideal for an album. Any experience using these? Total cost: $36.31
C-Line Side-Loading Sheet Protector. This is a side-loading protector which also seems pretty easy to load into. I really like that this one is closed on all but the one side, but it's a bit more expensive. Total cost: $50.86
My biggest concern is that both come with binder holes, which I do not need. Would I be able to cut off the little side-tabs that have the binder holes and would they still fit correctly over my 21x21.7cm (11.7x8.3in) album pages?
Which do you think would be a better buy? I need 195 sheets xP