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« on: June 17, 2009 09:54:37 AM »

Hi everyone, I'd like to start scrapbooking and I've been looking around for an album.. Is there a specific type I have to use? It is difficult to find scrapbook stores around here... Can I use a regular folder with plastic slots? I also see photo albums with a piece of plastic sheet attached over the page that you can tear out, put your photo in and stick it back down. Would that kind of album work? Please help!

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« Reply #1 on: June 21, 2009 11:36:10 AM »

 Grin You can buy scrapbook albums at Walmart, Target, Hobby Lobby, or any craft store. I have used one of those photo albums that has the sheet that pulls open and then you stick it back on to make a scrapbook. They do work well as long as you don't use any thick embellishments. Or I've used binders and you add your scrapbook sheets to a 3-hole slip cover. My new thing though is paperbag scrapbooks! Its just paperbags folded in half and then sewn together, hole punched, and tied with ribbon of your choice. Go to google or even this website and type in paperbag scrapbooks and you'll find some cute albums  Cheesy
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