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12"x12" Black Binder


12"x12" Black Binder

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Organize your templates! If your template collection (link) is getting a little unwieldy, this 12”x12” binder from Pioneer is the perfect storage solution. The black album is a 3-ring binder so you can stash your templates inside for quick and easy storage. Of course, it’s acid-free, lignin-free and PVC emission-free, so you can use it as a scrapbook, too! The black cover is fabric and features a 3 ¾”-square window. Note: Page protectors are not included. By Pioneer.

Part number: 4003239

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Comment I have two of these albums to sort my templates. I love, love, love them. They keep everything right at my fingertips and neat and organized.
Submitted Friday, November 15th @ 05:13 AM

Comment I prefer the 3-ring albums for my scrapbooking projects. The grandkids love looking at their books and the 3-ring albums hold up much better! Also love the border dazzles! I use the dazzle border on sooo many things! When dazzles first came out didn't think I'd use them.....did I ever eat those words!
Submitted Friday, April 5th @ 11:25 AM

Comment A couple years ago, I discovered how great three ring binders are as scrapbooks and have never looked back. I was thrilled to see an very nice, yet low-priced one here! Thank you Paper Wishes for making me smile :)
Submitted Tuesday, February 21st @ 06:27 AM

Comment OMG !!!!! It's about time! 3-ring binder Scrapbooks for 12 x 12 pages! I'm loving this!

I bought 2 a few days ago (I'm doing a scrapbook for myself and 1 for my niece of 16 years of her son's pictures) ... I am loving this!!!!!!!!!!!!! It's easier to move pages around if I get photos out of order, It's easier to put pages in the sleeves without the post-binding getting in the way or holding the sleeves too tight. These are great!

Hopefully lots of folks will and we'll start seeing pretty covers like we do with the post-bound ones.
Submitted Wednesday, February 2nd @ 07:01 PM