This past winter I used these page protectors, as well as others, to create a baby book for my sister-in-law. Love them. She isn't much of a scrapbooker, so now all she has to do is slide in her own pictures and journal.
I am hooked on this company's albums and page protectors. I love them even more for realizing that there is need for protectors like these. They offer good variety, easy to get in/out of and so durable.
Very sturdy and good thickness of protectors-no need to worry about the safety of precious photos and pages.Non-glare surface also makes it neat to flip through the pages and actually SEE the them.
This reminds me of a running bond pattern in brick or tile. I like the variety it adds to my albums. Fits great in my American Crafts and We R Memory Keepers albums, too.
this is a great way to make your books look different without all of the thinking involved, when your doing books for 5 gradnkids I can use all of these extra ideas and my books still look good. just have to work at it loke anything else to get the pages to look good, but I think that it helps me to keep up with all of the books that i do...
I have been a scrapper for just over one year. I make my own design pages. But,I bought the 4x6 picture page protectors to try something new. They seem quite simple, but I will give it a try and see how well I can dress them up. Hopefully I'll grow to like them.
These were very disappointing. The description said that they were clear but they arrived with a blue tinge and the pictures don't look nice in them. I also ordered other protectors - one pack was grayish and one pack was whitish but none were clear.
My album would look very inconsistent if I used them but sadly there was no invoice in the box so I can't send them back.
I ordered these pocket dividers for my WITL project. I am so glad I did. I loved being able to use 4x6 prints right from the printer and the 3 4x4 slots break up the space really nicely.
These are well made, but light weight.
I will use these again next year for WITL