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How much should I charge to make scrapbook pages for someone?

January 3rd, 2008

Question: Someone has asked me to do a scrapbook for them.  I don’t know how much to charge.

 Answer: I would say that most scrapbookers charge between $2.50-$15 a page (though some professionals charge much more). I would estimate your cost of supplies and the amount of time that you will spend on the project.  If you spend $25 on supplies and the scrapbook takes 5 hours, estimate how much money your time is worth (i.e. $10/hr or $30/hr) and then charge your client accordingly.  Charging $150 - $200 for a 15-20 page scrapbook is reasonable.  Just make sure your client knows the amount ahead of time

Where to buy cheap vellum paper?

January 3rd, 2008

Question: hi robin. i just started scrap booking. i am going to make my own wedding invitations. could you tell me which stores and where online that i can buy the cheapest clear vellum paper? i wanted to type on them. thank you soo much.
Answer:  We have some great deals on our website for lower quantities of vellum (10-50 sheets).  If you want a great deal for more (100+), try .  Get at least #29 or better for printing on it (there’s is $16.99 plus $3.99 shipping).

Trying to find alphabet punch 3/4″ - 1″ high (stencil font

November 9th, 2007

Question: I’m not a scrapbooker, but I’m looking for alphabet paper punches for another project. Can you suggest an attractive letter punch that makes letters 3/4 to 1″ high? The letters would need to be in a stencil font so the “holes’ don’t fall out of o’s and other letters. I’ll be using the “hole” not the letter that gets punched out. Thanks!

Answer:  Here are some possibilities:


1. 1/2″ wide x 3/4″ high Alphabet punch - Stencil Style


2. 3/8″ Alphabet Punch from 1 Stop Square


Scrapbooking stores or crops in Southeastern, Ohio?

October 29th, 2007

Question: Do you know of any scrapbooking stores or crops in Southeastern ohio like Jackson, Athens, Chillicothe??

Answer: You can find some Ohio scrapbooking stores here:

As for Ohio crops or retreats, try:






Introduction to the Blog

June 7th, 2006

Welcome to the blog.  This section of the site is intended to keep you in touch with our scrapbooking community.  We’ll be publishing articles about the latest scrapbooking trends, posting information on how to get in touch with other scrapbookers, and including lots of other information that we hope you find beneficial for your scrapbooking needs.