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Old 03-09-2013, 04:26 AM   #1
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Me and a friend are making lots of cards intended for sale. However, we are still to find a good solution to have it shown. So, after some thought we arrived at the idea of putting them on an album of sorts. Now, what we do not know is if there is a page divider that would fit standard size cards. Anyone here uses a portfolio of sorts for cards? If so, can you share it?
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I have purchased these protectors to hold standard sized A2 cards. They are very nice quality, IMO. I bought an extra long binder to hold them (the cover is just a little longer so the protectors don't stick out as much). I have only purchased from these folks on eBay, but CropStop might also be an online store.
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I don't know if this will work for you but Michaels had 6x6 scrapbooks that I store/ show off my cards in. The size is perfect because it accommodates all of the sizes I make with room for bulk. I use colored binder clips to hold the openings closed.
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Old 03-09-2013, 02:25 PM   #4
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I am doing the same thing and I'm going to do it the way I saw the wedding invitations displayed in the Paper Source store near me. They just glued the cards into the scrapbooks onto the page. Although that means you can't see the back of the card, it actually looks just fine to me. What I liked about displaying the cards/invitations like that is over time they don't become as worn and raggedy as they would if people are able to take them out of the book and possibly manhandle them. Besides - I don't know of anyone who cares what the back of the card looks like.
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I don't know if this will work for you but Michaels had 6x6 scrapbooks that I store/ show off my cards in. The size is perfect because it accommodates all of the sizes I make with room for bulk. I use colored binder clips to hold the openings closed.
I did that previously, but the cards flopped around too much, and the scrapbooks barely held 20 cards.
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Thank you all for the replies. I will check the CropStop as this appears to be a very good match to what we were looking for.
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I brought mine from CropStop. Sign up for their emails so you can get a discount.
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