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I'm looking to buy a scrapbook - help needed

Kahiara Avatar
7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
Hi everyone,

I'm looking to buy a scrap book, preferably a near a4 sized one but can be square. I have no idea where to look and the places I do seem awfully expensive. I wouldn't mind customising the book inside myself but I have no idea what is doo to look for to keep photos in good condition but allow for personalisation.

Any ideas?

Also, how do scrapbook refill packs work?

Many thanks,
Kahiara Avatar
7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
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#1
Don't know much about scrapbooks but a quick google brought up loads of pages.
There was one at John Lewis, which is recycled and costs £4.85 with free delivery. It's A4 size which is what you wanted but I guess it's down to you as to the theme/colours etc that you want to go in line with the theme of the pictures. Good luck.

Here is the link: http://www.johnlewis.com/230475212/Product.aspx
#2
hi qvc stock loads of really nice scrapbooking kits including the decorative paper to stick the photos on to,with photos you have to use an adhesive that is acid and lignin free as other adhesive in time with erode the photos.sorry everything u use should be acid & lignin free.you can buy loads of scrapbooking magazines to give you ideas for page layouts etc,i do scrapbooking,its loads of fun but can work out really expensive..............but its worth it as it really personalises your memories :thumbsup: x
#3
have a wee look here for some inspiration
http://scrapbooking.com/
#4
wh smiths and hobby craft , oh and the range is really good
#5
ive found these 1s in the sale at hobby craft,they include papers to get u started,they are quite small but i think thats better to start off with as u dont have as much space to fill,here are the links
http://www.hobbycraft.co.uk/productdetail.asp?productcatalogue=313522
http://www.hobbycraft.co.uk/productdetail.asp?productcatalogue=313518
http://www.hobbycraft.co.uk/productdetail.asp?productcatalogue=313519
http://www.hobbycraft.co.uk/productdetail.asp?productcatalogue=313520
#6
Dumpling
Don't know much about scrapbooks but a quick google brought up loads of pages.
There was one at John Lewis, which is recycled and costs £4.85 with free delivery. It's A4 size which is what you wanted but I guess it's down to you as to the theme/colours etc that you want to go in line with the theme of the pictures. Good luck.

Here is the link: http://www.johnlewis.com/230475212/Product.aspx


Thanks for the link. It's cheap and a nice size, and whilst I could theme the outside I was looking to have a premade or plain outside and then make smaller additions, but thank you :)
#7
lyndaloo
hi qvc stock loads of really nice scrapbooking kits including the decorative paper to stick the photos on to,with photos you have to use an adhesive that is acid and lignin free as other adhesive in time with erode the photos.sorry everything u use should be acid & lignin free.you can buy loads of scrapbooking magazines to give you ideas for page layouts etc,i do scrapbooking,its loads of fun but can work out really expensive..............but its worth it as it really personalises your memories :thumbsup: x


Thanks, I'll look into this site :) And for the links. I like http://www.hobbycraft.co.uk/productdetail.asp?productcatalogue=313518 the best but i'm going to keep an eye out for a bit longer for some more. It's a good price and size though. I quite like antique/old looking things but sophisticated, unique and mysterious - enticing! I'll look around the site a bit more too :)
#8
lyndaloo
hi qvc stock loads of really nice scrapbooking kits including the decorative paper to stick the photos on to,with photos you have to use an adhesive that is acid and lignin free as other adhesive in time with erode the photos.sorry everything u use should be acid & lignin free.you can buy loads of scrapbooking magazines to give you ideas for page layouts etc,i do scrapbooking,its loads of fun but can work out really expensive..............but its worth it as it really personalises your memories :thumbsup: x


surfbunny
wh smiths and hobby craft , oh and the range is really good


Thank you :) Hobby craft has some nice stuff ^^

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