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How to choose the best scrapbooking company

As scrapbooking popularity grows, so does the numbers of companies offering scrapbooking product around the world. They sell different stickers, papers, cutting patterns, albums, pens, punches, embellishments, scissors for decoration, adhesives and ideas magazines.

Most scrapbooking companies will sell product of high quality, to make sure they will be safe for your pictures and memorabilia’s and help to preserve them. Most companies will make special package for birthdays, wedding, babies and holidays scrapbooking decoration kits.

When choosing scrapbooking products, you will need to do your research on those companies to make sure you get the best deals. Among the hundreds of companies out there, you will need to look at the quality of the product which is very important and their prices. Here you will find some tips on how to make sure you’re choosing a good company.

First you will need to choose what kind of album you will be making. Theme might be babies, holidays, weddings, travel, friend or even sports. You can find online companies that can offer great themes ideas, plus you can even order a package to finish off you scrapbook.

Second, once you are ready to buy scrapbooking supplies, make sure you know the brand, the quality is everything. One thing that is important is that products that specify that there is no acid and lignin are better. Then you can find the companies that sell them.

Thirdly, you might like to find a companies that will supplies techniques with their materials.

Fourthly, look for the best deals, like freebies and discounts. Another thing to look for is shipping prices. Even if the products are at good price you don’t want to end up paying more because of the shipping.

Fifth, asking around for recommendation is always a good idea. Veteran scrapbookers know which companies as the best price and quality.

Sixth, one important thing to do is trying those trial versions that most scrapbooking companies offers for limited time. Most of them will let you download themes ideas, clipart for a numbers of days.

A seventh thing to look for is, look for companies that offer business opportunity, of course if you are a good seller.

The eight thing to look for is in your local newspapers. Look for 50% off coupons from craft stores in your area. Those coupons can be usually used to buy mass orders and get even better discounts.

Ninth tip is to look through magazines. They just don’t have good ideas on how to decorate, but most have names of companies with the greatest deal. You might encounter contests, which will give you a chance to win prizes.

Tenth, last but not least, ordering form companies that are in your own state, like if you’re from US order from companies that ship from the US, this will save you on the shipping and handling fees.

Scrapbooking is a fun and creative hobby, with the hundreds of companies offering thousand and thousand of quality product and idea booklet, making an outstanding scrapbooking album can’t be as easier.



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Photo Scanning

In the world of scrapbooking, photos are important. So I am always on the lookout for a great place that offers awesome photo scanning services. And I found just that over at ScanDigital.com. Not only do they scan photos, but they also have many other services that will preserve your most cherished possessions…you're pictures and movies.
They will take old movies and pictures and put them onto high quality discs or DVDs for you. Don't wait till your memories are gone forever. Preserve them digitally, so generations and generations to come can enjoy them as well.
At Scan Digital they take great care to ensure your items receive that personal touch it deserves. Take a look at their easy to use and very helpful site for all the great services they offer. Their prices are right there on the site, so you know exactly what things are going to cost. Customer service? You bet, a phone number right on the front page, so you know it's easy to use and helpful. Lear about the company, the services and much more.
If you are in the market for some great photo scanning services (And I know that 100% of you scrap bookers are!) you should definitely give Scan Digital a look.
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April 18, 2014

The Peabody Institute Library is pleased to announce an open scrapbooking lab. The scrapbooking lab will be held on Saturday, March 29th from 10a.m. – 1 p.m. at the Main Library, located at 82 Main St. in Peabody. The room will be reserved from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., but participants are encouraged to come and go at their convenience. Space is limited, so please reserve your seat now. For more ...

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