My latest find at Archivers was these adorable Accordian Photo Albums that slide into a case. The case is 5"x7 1/4". The accordian-style photo album has 7 double-sided pages which gives you enough room for 14 pages of photos and each page measures 4 3/4" x 6". The album is tied shut with a black satin ribbon before slipping it into the case. These are made out of a really sturdy cardboard and I bought them for a whopping $4.99 each!! I'm having a Photo Book workshop next month and charging $30 (do you think that's too much??). Included in the price of the workshop is the book & case, a Simply Scrappin' Kit of their choice to decorate the book with and a coordinating spool of ribbon (not to mention that they also get a light dinner as well).
Date: Monday, March 12, 2007 GMT Views: 300
Registered: July 2, 2004 Location: In fairyland with all the other stampaholics!! Posts: 435
Mon, Mar 12, 2007 @ 5:31 PM
You should charge more or give less. You will only be making a few dollars! These are great, they will love them. Don't give them the ribbon, offer them a coordinating color to use, but keep it for yourself. After you factor in the cost of the dinner and your time to prep you are hardly making anything. You are worth more!! just my two cents. hope it helps.
Registered: September 17, 2006 Location: Lexington, Kentucky Posts: 2112
Mon, Mar 12, 2007 @ 6:19 PM
I have looked at every page, and one is just as lovely as the next. What a great project. It is probably worth the $30 if your group orders a lot of materials from you. Your not going to make the money off of this project alone. But what fun your group should have. TFS linda
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Registered: March 1, 2005 Location: Austin, Texas, Ya'll Posts: 92
Mon, Apr 02, 2007 @ 10:27 AM
Great job and wonderful idea for a camp! Good luck!
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