I have been specifically looking for a configuration with 3 3x4 and 3 4x6 pockets in 9x12 page protectors for no less than 5 years. I tested the pockets with a kit that I had out on my desk and due to the thickness of the cards, the 3x4 pockets are snug, while there is apt wiggle room in the 4x6 pockets. Ultimately, if you use 2 thick cards back to back or a lot of dimension on a 3x4 card, you may end up needing to trim a sliver off the sides for them to fit without a fight, but I don't consider this to be a con or even a concern...just something to note. I'd rather that then there be so much extra space that contents would easily fall out.
These are great quality. Very thick sleeves that feel like they'll stand the test of time. These are my first sb.com page protectors, so I cannot compare them to their other offerings. I don't know who sb.com uses to produce their page protectors but they feel like the same quality as the full size and pocket style 12x12 page protectors produced by WRMK ages ago and the ones available from Echo Park now...except they are 9x12. They are a better price than the only other readily available 9x12 page protector in the US, too. Highly recommend these over the competition if you want thick, sturdy sleeves. I can now FINALLY document our family Disney trip for my now 10yo's 5th birthday that I specifically wanted these page protectors for.
I wish sb.com MUCH success with this size in hopes that they'll produce the mirror image of this configuration and possibly the configuration with the 3x4's stacked on one side and the 4x6's stacked on the other and its mirror image to have a bit of variety.
Great quality page protectors - thick and sturdy, not flimsy at all. I had purchased them thinking I'd use them for my 8 x 10 photos - but they don't really work well for that (unless mounted to 9x12 cardstock, which I didn't want to take time to do...that's not Scrapbook.com's fault at all). I will definitely use these, though, once I have my large-format printer in hand!
Yes! Finally a company comes out with thick page protectors that work across all of the standard albums and ring systems I already have. Today I officially ditched the mishmash of albums and protectors I've had in my stash from the past 10 years. No more trying to fight hole alignments, making my own holes, or stressing about "proprietary" ring systems that don't make sense or stick around long enough to finish an album. Amen!!!!
If you are a BTS photocard collector, and are looking for pages to fit your mini photocards (tour, sowoozoo, etc) you need these pages!! I was having the hardest time finding pages with the correct dimensions. I just happened upon this listing by accident and it was the best thing to happen. The cards fit perfectly in these pockets, even better if you double sleeve for a nice snug fit. You will need to get a bigger binder that will fit the 9x12 pages. I plan on buying one of the 9x12 albums from here. These pages are such nice quality with a nice thickness to them. I am beyond happy with this purchase. No more searching for the perfect pages!!
Didn't think I was going to need this size as I usually work with smaller albums. Clearly, I was wrong and these came in handy for some of my oversized paint charts where I can see the hues of my watercolor samples beautifully through the low glare plastic! So I can now keep my charts handy when painting but also keep them clean or my little splatters which see to magically appear. LOL
I needed to find a oddsize page protector for a album to hold my Walt Disney World magazine subscription.
I want to keep them for many years in great condition so decided to keep them in a album not just on a coffee table where they may get damaged. Very happy with my choice.
I am delighted to have the 3x4 photo pockets because so many of the photos I want to save are from my mom's era of photography when the popular photos were that size and even smaller. I can fit so many more photos in my binder without wasting the space for the 4x6 photo pages and I'm very pleased with their quality!
These are the 3rd piece of stamp and die organization - when you get bundles or coordinating pieces. And they are made to last ( the ones in other places are often too flimsy and rip easily) Slip them in the page protectors and organization goes up 10 notches. Thank you Scrapbook.com.
This is one of my new favorites. I find that I am using up a bunch of my pocket card stash. Combined with the 4 vertical 9x12 page protectors, I was able to put together an album from a 12 day road trip in just a few days.
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