This is such a great idea for those of us (grandparents) that take so many pictures we could never scrap them all. And that's if we could choose which ones just to narrow it down a bit. It's a creative way of putting pictures in the books that look great and little effort. I still scrap most of them but for vacation both of my granddaughters had 12 pages a piece. Whew! The Lickety Slips would have kept my sanity. The ideas are endless. Try it! You'll like it!
These refill pages are the perfect solution for too many pictures! I know we don't always scrap all the pictures we take, but I am doing a 50th anniversary album and the photographer was great in getting pictures of all the guests. Believe me there were many. I have scrapped all the typical shots of the cake, cutting the cake and so on, but I still have over 300 of guests. A friend pointed me to the Bazzill Lickety Slips to solve my problem.
I was overwhelmed with how far behind I had become with my scrapbooking. I needed a quick solution that allowed me to combine some traditional 12x12 scrapbook pages with mostly 4x6 photo pages. The hard part was finding 4x6 photo pages with both a horizontal and vertical orientation on the same page. The Lickety Slip page is the solution. My only complaint, I wish the plastic was a little higher in quality. I have had no problems with the pages ripping or tearing. I just wish the pages felt a little heavier to the touch. As an FYI, I have combined the Lickety Slip pages with Pebbles Inc. Share & Tell 4x6 journaling cards and have found it to be the quick and flexible scrapbooking combination I was searching for!
I like these. They are not as thick and cloudy as the WeRMemory ones but they are thick enough not to fall apart easily.. The colors of the photos are not changed drastically.
I was delighted to be notified that these refills were back in inventory. Have not been able to find them anywhere else. I love to work these pages in with my other scrapbook pages - a good way to include extra photographs without a lot of extra embellishments or journaling.
I was really excited when I saw these. I love to use photo sleeves along with scrapbook layouts to create a hybrid album.
However, I was dissapointed in the quality and price tag on these. When I really compared it they are a much cheaper and thinner page protector than the We R Memory Keepers and over twice the cost for what you get (you can get 25 of the WRMK pages for 11 dollars and you only get 10 of these for 10 dollars). I am glad to see the industry is offering more in this area, but I will stick with WRMK and hope other companies follow the trend and come out with more options.
I am giving them three stars just because it is a step in the right direction, but over all I think these were poorly made and thought out. :(