Doodlebug Design - 12 x 12 Storybook Album - Ladybug

Doodlebug Design - 12 x 12 Storybook Album - Ladybug

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Every family has a story to tell and many precious photos of loved ones. A high quality album is a must for keeping these items for generations to enjoy. The Storybook Album from Doodlebug Designs is just what you need to get started.  The page protectors that are compatible with this album are: Un...  Full Description & Details
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Every family has a story to tell and many precious photos of loved ones. A high quality album is a must for keeping these items for generations to enjoy. The Storybook Album from Doodlebug Designs is just what you need to get started. 

The page protectors that are compatible with this album are:
Universal 12 x 12 Page Protectors

Each 12" x 12" album features:

  • 3 ring album - photo safe and scrapbook friendly
  • Easy to clean faux leather interior and exterior
  • Non-slip interlocking D ring keeps pages from slipping and falling out
  • Holds up to 150 true 12" x 12" pages or 900 photos (75 page protectors)
  • 12 page protectors included
  • Spine bookplate for east reference
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842715027244
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  • I am new to scrapbooking and my son has to to do a scrapbook for GA History and it has to contain a lot of information. What size would you recommend? and would you say to use post bound or 3 ring? I am clueless   By: leahall (29-Jan-19) Helpful Question?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This question has been reported. Thank you!
    • I’ve done at least 12 scrapbooks. I would recommend a 12” X 12” scrapbook. This is the largest size. He’ll probably use a lot of pictures, charts, photographs. This size will better accommodate those. If he has some thicker pieces to insert onto the pages, such as thick stickers, metal pieces, etc., I would use the 3 ring scrapbook. It’s thicker, like a binder. If all the papers and graphics will be flat, the post bound should be fine. Either kind usually comes with 10 pocket style clear “pages” for him to attach items onto the paper and insert into the pocket. So, 20 pages total. You can also buy packages of additional pages. Good luck to him with the project! By: Linda Piotrowski (30-Jan-19) Helpful Answer?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This Answer has been reported. Thank you!
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