Leave it to 7 Gypsies to come up with an alternative to the basic brag books. This item is perfect for showing off those family pictures artistically in any room, especially on your office desk. And it leaves a sense of nostalgia. Remember the 1940's roladex? This is it!
I didn't really pay close attention to the dimensions listed for this little guy. So, I was expecting something a little bigger. I had wanted to use it for a 365-day ATC project, but I'm thinking that this won't hold 365 cards. That's okay...I'll just have to buy 2, and hope that 6 months worth of cards will fit on each. The base on mine isn't perfectly flat, so it's a little wobbly. But, I love the concept behind the card holder so much, I'm willing to overlook it.
I love this card holder because I can continually create new and current mini-layouts. I keep one at my desk at work for the more recent photos, then take the older ones out and move them to my holder that I have at home. I like that ability to switch them out easily, frequently and that they are always on display and easy to see - much different than a mini album. (which can easily get lost on my desk at work!). I recommend using the protectors to support the cards.
A nice, heavy display rack for photos, ATC's, recipes, or anything else that you can think of. This rack is nicely weighted so it won't easily tip, has a nice finish and does not look cheap. It will hold many, many cards or photos. I will be giving these for gifts to several people this year.
I think this little guy is so cute! It really is smaller than I imagined it would be, but it works just fine. I love how shiny it is and it's very elegant. the cards fit will onto the rims and they look very nice! This is a really neat way to showcase your ATCs off the page.