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Old 04-13-2007, 06:42 AM   #41  
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Is that 4" thick (or 4" long)?

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Long. The biggest wire I have is 7/8", so a 4" thick book wouldn't work, right? I'm really supposed to be on my walk right now, but if I just keep reading and posting, maybe it will get too late. . .

I've been thinking of making a 6x6 scrapbook and binding it. Now, you must know that I am *not* a scrapper. Not at all. Can't do it. Makes me feel like a horrible mom 'cause none of my kids has a scrapbook. Six kids. Did I mention that? So if I start scrapbooking the little boys now, the girls will always think I didn't really want them, right? <sigh> So I'm not a scrapper, BUT, I wanna make something cute other than a notebook. Still thinking on this one.
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I used my BIA to bind my SU catty. I think I used the 3/4" coils, but I could be wrong. It took some time, but it sure does look good!!
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...got mine from Bonnie and ordered the 1/2"
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Jennifer, did you rip out the pages first, like someone else on here did?
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Roberta, I thought you were getting the Rubi instead! LOL
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hee hee! You guys pushed me over the edge with the CD and chipboard capability! Also, that it lays flat when you open the pages, etc. etc.
Anyway, the BIA is right here on my counter waiting to play
I just can't figure out how to punch the CD so it has 4 holes across the top
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Jennifer, did you rip out the pages first, like someone else on here did?
I used an exacto knife to cut off the cover first, then ripped out the pages after that. They came out surprisingly easy. I think the whole thing from start to finish took about 30 minutes, maybe less. I put a piece of tape on the BIA where I wanted my pages to start, then punched the first set of holes on all the pages. After that, I went back and punched all the other holes. It gave me something to do while dh was watching Stargate SG-1!
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I have to try this!
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What is a bind-it-all? I am intrigued!
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Look here:
http://www.bonniesbest.com/bind-it-all.htm
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I just bought this doo dad yesterday and guess what? I can't figure out what I am doing wrong trying to bind my pages together. I had wires going in every direction except the ones where they should have been! I believe that this is all operators error, but can anyone advise me as to what I am doing wrong. I feel silly even asking.

I have one more question for you talented ladies....how do you make nice folds on your chipboard with your patterned paper. Do you fold the paper as if you are gift wrapping or is there a technique to your nice corners?

Thanks for the advice and suggestions. I can't wait to hear what you all have to say!
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I just bound a CD "book" for my son and I crimped it a bit too tight.
Practice, practice
As for the edges, cut your decorative paper a bit larger than your square of chipboard or coaster, etc.
then, trim off a triangle at each point (corner) and it will fold nice and neat. I'm sorry I can't give you a picture.
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Check out these tips from Zutter
http://www.zutterzisters.com/Tips.html

Although the caution about buying bulk wires should *NOT* be applied to Bonnie's Best! Her wires come packaged *very* carefully and professionally.

To wrap my coasters, I cut a 5" square of patterned paper and glue my coaster right in the middle of it. Then I cut triangles off the corners, leaving 1/4-1/3" between the coaster and the edge of the paper. Fold each edge in one at a time. Then glue the inside cover piece down.

Maybe you can see it a little bit in Forums at Splitcoaststampers

Like Roberta said, just keep trying. I learn a little more with every project I bind!
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I have one more question for you talented ladies....how do you make nice folds on your chipboard with your patterned paper. Do you fold the paper as if you are gift wrapping or is there a technique to your nice corners?

Thanks for the advice and suggestions. I can't wait to hear what you all have to say!
Here's a link with a photo of mitering corners (step 7).

http://tinyurl.com/2vbzzs

I've never thought to do it this way, but I think it might actually work better than cutting the paper. They've folded corner of the paper to the chipboard instead of cutting the "triangle"...
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interesting Kimberly! I'll have to try that with thinner paper. I think I'll still cut the thicker ones though
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That is a cool idea. I'll have to give it a try.
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Ladies you are too good to me! I just got done watching the DVD for the bind it all machine. Am I lame or what?? I am thinking that perhaps I had the setting wrong for the binding size?!? Could this be? Do youthink that this could be the reason why I started my coils in NJ, but in the end they looked like they were headed to Texas???? This was my first attempt and I am certain that I did something very, very wrong. However, that didn't stop me from reading all the posts and going onto Bonnie's site and ordering more bindings than I can ever imagine using. Who cares that I can't master the machine, lets just buy more to play with!!!!! YIKES!!!! I think that this could be very addicting. BTW. I am interested in the club idea if anyone is organizing it to share some of these supplies.

As for the paper question. I googled it by typing in covering chipboard and I was amazed at some of the sites of good information that I found. Some of them mentioned sanding the edges off of the paper rather than doing the triangle thing. You know, I knew last night that I learned that trick, but like everything else, I forgot that I learned it. I guess I was too flustered with the binding machine LOL!!!!

Keep the ideas coming. I am ready for the NorEaster and accomplishing many projects tomorrow. I really appreciate your suggestions, ideas and comments.
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Ladies you are too good to me! I just got done watching the DVD for the bind it all machine. Am I lame or what?? I am thinking that perhaps I had the setting wrong for the binding size?!? Could this be? Do youthink that this could be the reason why I started my coils in NJ, but in the end they looked like they were headed to Texas???? This was my first attempt and I am certain that I did something very, very wrong. However, that didn't stop me from reading all the posts and going onto Bonnie's site and ordering more bindings than I can ever imagine using. Who cares that I can't master the machine, lets just buy more to play with!!!!! YIKES!!!! I think that this could be very addicting. BTW. I am interested in the club idea if anyone is organizing it to share some of these supplies.

As for the paper question. I googled it by typing in covering chipboard and I was amazed at some of the sites of good information that I found. Some of them mentioned sanding the edges off of the paper rather than doing the triangle thing. You know, I knew last night that I learned that trick, but like everything else, I forgot that I learned it. I guess I was too flustered with the binding machine LOL!!!!

Keep the ideas coming. I am ready for the NorEaster and accomplishing many projects tomorrow. I really appreciate your suggestions, ideas and comments.
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Unfortunately, no time to play with my BIA. Our stamping fellowship is doing a recipe swap and one lady and I are doing all the little books. I didn't have my BIA yet, so we are using her punch with the little discs you insert. shhhh, but BIA is MUCH better! 17 ladies coming-I gotta go clean!
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Help, QUICK! I am trying to make chipboard books (similar to the On Board Art Journals) and DH said I could order a BIA. Last time I looked there were covers available at EP and now I can't find them either at Bonnies or at Eclectic Paperie. I want something bigger and a bit thicker than coasters. What to do????
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Try allthatscraps.com
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Thanks! I found them at EP...I emailed Joy and she emailed me right back!
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It's on the way!!!! YIPEE!! Let me just say, Joy ROCKS!
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If I wanted to make a scrapbook album with chipboard and using the bind it all, where would i find the stuff to put the pages in. I guess what I am asking is, where do you find page protecters that don't have three hole punches in them? I hope this makes sense. I just basically want to make an album that is 12x12.
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hmmm. that is a good question. there has to be a solution! I'll look and post what I find.
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I've wondered this, too. I haven't seen anything out there, but I haven't really been actively looking. Maybe submit this idea to Zutter???
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I guess it depends on the size of the album you want to make. If you wanted to make like a 6x6 album, I would think you could cut the 8 1/2x11 page protectors down to size and then punch the holes for the binding. Like making your own top-loading page protectors. They would be open on the binding side, but the coils would keep everyting in. Does that make sense?
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OK, I didn't read the part about wanting to make it 12x12. I guess I'll have to think some more!
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CM and another company, can't remember the name right now, make page protectors for strap-hinge albums that might work. They slide on the page from the side. The only thing is the strap-hinge pages have a spine on the edge of the page that keep the protectors from coming off, once you put them on.
Hmm, I'm wondering if Zutter designed this for smaller projects in general? They don't sell 12x12 pages or covers, only the smaller sizes. It would be hard to make the album pages truly 12x12, since you lose 3/16" when you punch the holes. I don't know of paper that is 13x13, or even 12.5x12.5.
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Well I was hoping that I could make the chipboard and page protecters a bit larger to hold 12x12 paper. I just want to make my own album...why do things need to be so hard.
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Heaven help me! Sucked into the maw of another Splitcoast craze! BIA with three boxes of coils ordered and winging it's way to me for my birthday! Thanks Amy, it's all YOUR fault!
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I withstood the Cricut craze, I withstood the Cuttlebug craze, but I have succumed to the BIA craze. I've got a coupon and will be headed to my LSS this weekend.
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Anytime I can help you need stuff, just let me know. I am all about *helping* people! LOL

Oh, and 3 boxes of wires sounds just about right. That's what lives in my craft room these days.
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Default Page protectors and BIA

I made a couple 6x6 and smaller albums and used page protectors to cover the pages....what I did was cut my pages to size, decorate, etc. On the 6x6 pages I cut edge w/the 3 holes off so that the holes were gone; on the other sizes I cut the page protector to fit, leaving one side untouched so that it folded around the page....then I put the protector on my page and put both in the BIA to punch the holes.... it works...but because the page protectors I used were flimsy and thin (they were Provo Craft in bulk) the BIA didn't completely cut the holes and I had to do some snipping w/my scissors

If you do this I recommend pulling the handle down 2x ... the books turned out great and I don't have to worry about prints on the pics.

BTW - I tested a CTMH page protectors and it punched better than the one I used
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Hello! It is amazing what reading treads in here can do.... I'd love to buy a Bind-it-all. Do you know if JoAnns.com also has it? I have been searching their website, and I do not find it....But, maybe I'm usisng the wrong "words" searching.
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And one more thing: How much does a Bind-it-all weight?
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Hi kreative!

I bought my BIA at Bonnie's Best. I don't think Joann's has them. I would say it ways about 5 pounds, is all, but Bonnie could tell you exactly. She's great to work with and very helpful. I don't know if she ships internationally, but email her and ask!
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Thank you amysings!
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Where did you order your stuff from, gale?
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Ohh, pretty book! Great job!
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