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@BethTerry Thanks tons! I had fun with them. I have two that I just finished and am ready to mail out, both customs. One has a fairy on it and fairy quotes and the other has bunnies and bunny quotes :-)
I don't know of any plastic substitute that is acid free and archival safe for this type of thing. I've been looking, believe me. And unless we went to glass which is prohibitive for oh so many reasons, we're kinda stuck until technology catches up with ALL of our green needs :-)
2 years, 11 months ago on Beth's Big Back to School Binder Debate
@BethTerry Wow, thanks for asking, Beth! Here is the link to my DIY album:
Here are some of the ones I've made (second, third, and fourth photos) in the listing:
etsy is an artists website that has hand made, vintage, and supplies for artists
I make ACEO/ATC collector's binders and use the Wilson Jones ones for the ones with my art work on them as they are Kraft paper with a finished edge.. I use the Rebinder ones on the DIY ones I sell. I wrap the DIY ones in muslin and use papers on the leaves to hide the edges. This creates a cloth surface for the customer to decorate. They can stamp, collage, whatever to make it their own. As I sell to both artists and art collectors, I sell an equal number of both. The binders are fantastic and sturdy! You can let your creativity run wild when decorating them! What's not to love?