Do you use page protectors for scrapbooking?

How do I protect my scrapbook pages?

Page protectors look like plastic sleeves. You can slip one scrapbook page (finished on both sides) or two back-to-back pages into a page protector. Like the albums, page protectors come in many sizes, from 4 inches x 5 inches to 12 inches x 15 inches and larger.

How do you decorate a scrapbook?

17 Creative Scrapbook Ideas for your Photos

  1. Use a Map for a Background. …
  2. Cut Fun Photos into Shapes. …
  3. Ditch the Glue. …
  4. Add an Envelope for Bits and Bobs. …
  5. Press Flowers for a Pop of Color. …
  6. Two Words: Washi Tape. …
  7. Embroider Your Journey. …
  8. Use Paint Chips.

How do you customize a scrapbook cover?

Here are our top tips for creating a custom scrapbook cover:

  1. Step 1: Think of your content. …
  2. Step 2: Decide how you want to organize your scrapbook. …
  3. Step 3: Choose your size and layout. …
  4. Step 4: Create a design for the front and back cover. …
  5. Step 5: Fill your scrapbook and make memories.

How do you store finished scrapbooks?

Albums should be stored standing up. That keeps the pressure off the pages. RE: Dotfree: Albums should be stored standing up. That keeps the pressure off the pages.

How do you store Creative Memories albums?

We recommend that you safely store your albums in a comfortable environment: 77 degrees Fahrenheit, 25 degrees Celsius, or less with 20 to 50% relative humidity, and in an upright (or vertical) position.

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What is the difference between scrapbook paper and cardstock?

Though some cardstock papers can (and do) have patterns, they are a bit different than patterned scrapbook paper. Cardstock is typically heavier and thicker than patterned paper, tends to have more texture, and is more likely to be embossed.