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« on: July 20, 2008 09:30:40 PM »

Hi. I'm not really a scrapbook fanatic (by that I mean I made 2 small ones as presents for some friends and I almost lost my mind) but I was given one of those Hallmark store scrapbooks/photo albums before I went away as an exchange student. It came with their standard self adhesive pages and a little page showing other sorts of premade pages that they have. I finally decided after a year of being home that I should probably get some of my most intresting photos from the trip printed and start rocking this book out.

I was in the mall today and I went into Hallmark, and all they had were the refill packs of the same pages I got with the album (I was sort of interested in checking out the other variations, so that was disapointing. They would cost 6.95 a pack and I would probably need about 7 packs to make sure there is room for all my photos and such.

Just wondering if anyone knew of a cheaper way to get the hallmark pages or had other ideas that are just as easy because self adhesive pages seem easy enough for me to handle without going insane.
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