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Re: Useful blank books
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- Subject: Re: Useful blank books
- From: Jackie Reed <jareed@AEC1.APGEA.ARMY.MIL>
- Date: Thu, 6 Jun 1996 14:15:00 EST
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Subject: Re: Useful blank books
Author: firstname.lastname@example.org at INTERNET
Date: 6/6/96 10:12 AM
>...For the pages I use a fairly heavy paper--just not so heavy that it won't
take a nice crease. Depending on the size of the original sheet I end up with a
folded textblock that's somewhere around 3x5 inches.
I have an archival scrapbook photo album business and have a bunch of pages from
our previous line. These refil pages are white, acid-free, 60 Lb. vellum. Do
you think these sheets would work?
They have a reinforcement (jeeping) on one side. Once I cut that off, I'll be
left with 12 inch X almost 12 inch pieces.
I'd like to learn more about this. I'm photographing a wedding this summer in
all black and whites and would like to make a small handmade book as a gift for
the grandmother (my mother-in-law).