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Old 02-15-2008, 09:03 AM   #1  
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I really hate to post this topic again, because I know I've seen it several times on SCS. I can't seem to search with the right words to find it!

Does anyone recall some posts about storing cards in binders? I know there was a link to a site (I think to Pioneer albums) that sold pages which fit standard cards. I found the pages on the Pioneer site, but I'm not sure which size to order. For anyone who's using this storage method, which pages are you using?

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Still no luck.

Can anyone help? (Please?)
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I've never used them, but here's what I bookmarked when this came up some time ago. Scroll down the page to the one that says it's for polaroids.

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I have seen the clear sheet holders that hold 8 standard cards on Ebay. Have a look there...there were a lot of them.
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At the Crop Stop web page, these clear pages for a 3-ring binder are listed under Cuttlebug folder storage. But they work equally well for A-2 cards. They are very clear, not cloudy like some I have seen.

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P.S. She has good prices on the CB folders too.
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My demo puts hers in a 6x6 scrapbook for people to look at.
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You can also use the CM Mini Power Sort Box. Works well for card storage!
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I get mine from Stamp Magick
they are really sturdy one and the cards fit great!
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Someone did a comparison btn Stampmagic and Pioneer and SM won, hands down.

Like always, it's a matter of preference.

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they are really sturdy one and the cards fit great!
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Thank you so much for the help! I'm probably going to end up going with the pages from StampMagik. They look pretty durable and are a good value. Thanks again for the replies!
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Thank you so much for the help! I'm probably going to end up going with the pages from StampMagik. They look pretty durable and are a good value. Thanks again for the replies!
Yes!! Good price. I will need to remember this.
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Another cheap solution is to buy those small fat photo albums that only have one sleeve per page. You can get them for $1 at some stores. They hold up to 100 photos/cards. It is easy to flip through those and you can keep them organized according to themes or seasons.
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I use the Polaroid pages from Century Photo.
They are archival and sell 25 for 14.50. They will fit 8 per page (front and back) and fit in a 3 ring binder. So one package will allow you to store 200 cards. You can find them here.

Be sure to scroll down to find the Polaroid ones. They say 4 1/4 by 5 1/4, but a standard card fits perfectly, even though it measures only 5 1/4.
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Thank you so much for the help! I'm probably going to end up going with the pages from StampMagik. They look pretty durable and are a good value. Thanks again for the replies!
The StampMagik ones are very thick and very durable! The only problem I had with those was they were so thick and durable!?!? They are so sturdy I couldn't get thicker cards in back to back, which is what I wanted to do. (It could very well have been user error as they are of excellent quality!) So I use a PSB binder and quarter sheets with white cheapy cardstock between the front and back.

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At the Crop Stop web page, these clear pages for a 3-ring binder are listed under Cuttlebug folder storage. But they work equally well for A-2 cards. They are very clear, not cloudy like some I have seen.

Storage Sleeves


P.S. She has good prices on the CB folders too.

Stampin Up and Handmade Card Sleeves holds 200 $14


Stampin Up and Handmade Card Sleeves holds 80 $7.50


Stampin Up and Handmade Card Sleeves holds 40 $4.50

10% off coupon code: AM-01
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I use the Polaroid pages from Century Photo.
They are archival and sell 25 for 14.50. They will fit 8 per page (front and back) and fit in a 3 ring binder. So one package will allow you to store 200 cards. You can find them here.

Be sure to scroll down to find the Polaroid ones. They say 4 1/4 by 5 1/4, but a standard card fits perfectly, even though it measures only 5 1/4.
If anyone is thinking of buying these, I just got a coupon code for 15% off site wide till Feb. 28 for Century Business Solutions. Code is: SB21
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Another cheap solution is to buy those small fat photo albums that only have one sleeve per page. You can get them for $1 at some stores. They hold up to 100 photos/cards. It is easy to flip through those and you can keep them organized according to themes or seasons.
Ooh...I got one of those at A.C. Moore, and it was disappointing--the glued binding came off before I'd ever used it.

I researched this awhile ago, and never did make a decision (once the $1 one was no good).
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I bought some of these a while ago and they are awesome! Anyway, I wasn't sure how many I would need so I just ordered a lot! In fact I have 4 extra packs of 25 sheets! I do not know what I was thinking! lol I am selling these extra 4 packs for 14.50 each plus shipping. Let me know if you want to take my extras off of my hands!

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Thanks for the code...I was ordering last week...didn't. Glad I waited...three buck is three bucks! LOL

It's good until 03/02.
The Discount Coupon Redemption Code you have entered is for 'AM-01'.
The coupon is valid between 02/03/2008 and 03/02/2008
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Are the sheets from Stampmagic really clear or are they cloudy/frosted? Thank you.
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Bummer, missed the sale. Are these handmade card sleeves nice and clear and not frosted at all or cloudy at all? Thank you.
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The Discount Coupon Redemption Code you have entered is for 'AM-01'.
The coupon is valid between 02/03/2008 and 03/02/2009


According to the website the coupon code is still valid. Sorry, I haven't ordered from them yet so I don't know how clear the sleeves are.
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The Discount Coupon Redemption Code you have entered is for 'AM-01'.
The coupon is valid between 02/03/2008 and 03/02/2009


According to the website the coupon code is still valid. Sorry, I haven't ordered from them yet so I don't know how clear the sleeves are.
Stupid me! I see now it says until Mar. 2 2009 (I took it for 200
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Does anyone know of a Canadian supplier (online or otherwise) who sells and of these binder photo pages for A2 sized cards? Thank you.
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The ones from Stamp Magick are crystal clear and very sturdy!
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