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Old 03-31-2009, 07:03 AM   #1
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Hi all!

My son is going to college in the fall and I would like to find paper for his university to add to the last page of his high school scrapbook. I am having problem finding a source.

Does anyone know of a source that sells papers, stickers or die cuts?

TIA, Helen
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Hi all!

My son is going to college in the fall and I would like to find paper for his university to add to the last page of his high school scrapbook. I am having problem finding a source.

Does anyone know of a source that sells papers, stickers or die cuts?

TIA, Helen
I know the nearest Archiver's to me stocks their local schools - so if there is an Archiver's nearby I would check with them otherwise my first thought would be to call the college bookstore and to check for scrapbooking stores in the area and see if they stock it.

I know there is a company somewhere you can order from, however you have to order something like 200 sheets.

The other thing you may be able to go to a local to you printer and see if they can help you.
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My local archiver's also stocks paper for local schools and universities.
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Old 03-31-2009, 03:32 PM   #4
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Thanks for the ideas. The local scrapbook store near the college just closed. I'll have to see if I can find an Archiver's close by. I don't think there is one, but you never know!

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Try the university he will be attending. I bet the school store would have something.
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Try the university he will be attending. I bet the school store would have something.
I'm betting that too - I know when I was at university quite a while ago now they had things like that in the university owned bookstore. Because a lot of kids like to scrap and do collages especially greek stuff. I can't see that that would have changed except for the better.
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I think K & Company makes a lot of the university-themed products that are sold locally. Maybe some information or an email contact on their web site could point you in the right direction.

Also, http://www.mousememories.com sells a lot of the college-themed products.
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We carry some at Lavender Sentiments in New Albany, IN.
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There is a store in Poway, CA called Cool Scrapbook Stuff that carries a wide selection of University papers and die cuts. I don't know if they offer shipping, but it might be worth a try to call them to see if they have the University you're looking for, or if they can get it.

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We carry some at Lavender Sentiments in New Albany, IN.
I'm looking for Valparaiso University in Indiana. You would make my day if you carried that!

Helen

PS: I checked the school bookstore and they don't have anything. Thanks for the idea, though!
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Scrap Your Trip has custom papers that they will do with any words and colors. Here's a link:
http://www.scrapyourtrip.com/syt-cp-1038.html
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