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Pioneer - EZ Load Memory Album - 12 x 12 - 20 Top Loading Pages - Text Sewn Faux Suede - Travel

Pioneer - EZ Load Memory Album - 12 x 12 - 20 Top Loading Pages - Text Sewn Faux Suede - Travel

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This is the perfect album for your vacation and travel photos. This 12" x 12" Pioneer album has a sewn fabric cover. This album also has a convenient expanding library-style spine and also includes: 20 top loading pages, ten heavy white paper scrapbook inserts and ten top loading, seamless clear polypro...  Full Description & Details
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This is the perfect album for your vacation and travel photos. This 12" x 12" Pioneer album has a sewn fabric cover. This album also has a convenient expanding library-style spine and also includes:

  • 20 top loading pages, ten heavy white paper scrapbook inserts and ten top loading, seamless clear polypropylene protectors
  • Heavy paper inserts for photo mounting or scrapbooking and digital images can be printed or copied to inserts
  • Takes unlimited Pioneer Key Hole Protector refills p-rmw-5 with white paper inserts
  • Screw post binding system allows pages to lie flat
  • Includes plastic screw post reinforcers
  • Archival, photo safe, Acid, Lignin, and PVC free

The page protectors that are compatible with this album are:
Pioneer 12 x 12

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  • Does this album expand, or is there a limited to how many pages it holds. I can't see the edge of the book   By: 1bugsbunny (14-Mar-20) Helpful Question?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This question has been reported. Thank you!
    • Yes, it expands like other Pioneer albums; you unscrew the binders, add the spacers and new pages, and replace album covers. A tip if you're planning a thick scrapbook: I've learned to use the front and back of 2-sided pages instead of slipping two sheets back-to-back in one clear sheet protector. I tend to use many pix and do LOTS of journaling so I've had to learn to scrunch as much as possible into fewer pages. By: Ellie C (15-Mar-20) Helpful Answer?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This Answer has been reported. Thank you!
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