I am not a "real" scrapbooker (don't have the time or the space), but I want to try to do a book of all the things my son brings home from kindergarten. A lot of them are little books they make in Workshop, about 8-10 pages long. I saw a scrapping segment on a show once where they did very built-up 3-D pages, so I thought this would be doable. Hubby got me a kit for Christmas (called "Best Occasions" probably from Walmart), but the pages are on the flimsy side - not hard card, and it comes with page protectors. That's definitely not going to work since it defeats the purpose of using the books. I have an idea in mind to mat them so they'll be held to the paper securely and still be readable, but I'm worried about the paper itself.
If I do this book without the page protectors, is it going to hold up? Would I be better off hitting a scrapping store and spending the money on different pages - and if so, what?
Answer by britngavin at 4:10 AM on Jan. 5, 2009
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