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|Poly Vinyl Chloride|
Poly Vinyl Chloride is only suitable for the temporary storage of photographic materials as continuous contact will cause them to degrade.
|The album pages are high in acid.|
|The person who made the album had nice abdominal muscles.|
|The album pages are alkaline in order to stop them becoming acidic over time and to some extent absorb environmental pollution.|
|The pages were made using a background paper.|
The album pages are alkaline in order to stop them becoming acid over time and to some extent absorb environmental pollution
|A magnificant patch of zuchinni.|
|An event where scrapbookers work on their albums together.|
|A trendy type of hairdo designed to stop hair getting in your eyes while you work on your album.|
|A number of completed albums.|
An event where scrapbookers work on their albums together, eat chocolate and enjoy themselves.
|A range of pretty colours.|
|Smooth flowing ink.|
|Blendability and tip size.|
|Colour and light fast, acid free and water proof.|
Colour and light fast, acid free and water proof. Pigma ink pens provide all these features.
|Heritage photos should not be cropped at all.|
|Trimmed all to one size for balance.|
Heritage photos should not be cropped at all. Very slight trimming of damaged edges is sometimes acceptable but really if you must crop, then have a copy done and crop that instead.
|The final cut in the terrible ritual of a Death by a Thousand Knives.|
|When your scissors slip as you are trimming resulting in the photo being ruined.|
|A paper shape created by a machine.|
|trendy type of hairdo designed to stop hair getting in your eyes and be colourful, while you work on your album.|
A paper shape created by a machine. Die cuts are a great way to add colour to a page or to fill a blank space.
|Start right at the beginning of your photos and work through them chronologically.|
|Start with your current photos and stay current only working back anytime you are momentarily caught up.|
|Start with your current photos and work backwards.|
There is really no one correct answer to this one but (2) Start with yourcurrent photos and stay current only working back anytime you are momentarily caught up; is probably the best way of preventing a scrapbooker from feeling overwhelmed.
|A page or border painted with tile grout to add texture and colour.|
|A page or border of photographs depicting floor and wall tiles.|
|A page or border created using squares of photo and/or paper as decoration or as the body of the work.|
|A page or border where tile glue has been used as an adhesive.|
A page or border created using squares of photo and/or paper as decoration or as the body of the work. A technique which works well with garden or scenic photos.
|Tea bag folding|
|Folk art painting|
Cabinet making--although you could take pictures of your cabinets and make an album of them or store your album in a cabinet, adding furniture to an album would make it too bulky.
|Cut all the white off so that only the colour photograph is visible.|
|Crop as you would a normal print.|
|Even up the white part but don´t cut the coloured area or the bag of chemicals.|
|Instant photos vary so much the safest thing is not to crop them at all.|
Instant photos vary so much the safest thing is not to crop them at all. Leakage of chemicals from a cropped instant photo will damage the print and can burn skin and eyes. If you must crop any then have a copy done and crop that instead.
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