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    Senior Scrapper Cass17's Avatar
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    Does anyone use this? Looks like a fun thing to have, but I'm not sure how much use I would get out of it. I have tons of ideas for it, but maybe not so much time to execute all of them! I know DD would love this because she's constantly making some sort of book.

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    when i first saw this at a stamping convention, i wanted to buy it so bad but they ran out!!! but since then i've just been admiring from afar!

    Actually, i'm thinking of buying a binding machine from the office store..

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    Senior Scrapper Cass17's Avatar
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    Michele ordered one, but I don't think she used it yet. I think it could be great for school reports, too.

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    I just bought one of the binding machines from the office supply store and love it!!
    My grandmother passed away in April and she collected bells and had actually made a book about all of her bells and such. She was a scrapbooker too!! Just not the type of scrapbooking we do. So I scanned her book, made copies and gave one to every family member. This system worked great especially since they were going to charge me .59 cents PER PAGE to do these. I saved a lot of money and it turned out great AND I have made more of her life story etc. You could use this for just about anything.


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    Whoa!!!! 59 cents per page to bind ?!!! I bought a coil binding machine online and I like it too. What kind of machine do you have? If you have a coil binding one, did you know that you can get colored coils? I think there are something like 19 different colors, including gold and silver.

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    I had no idea you can get colored coils. I only saw black so that is what I went with.
    I'll have to see what I can find out there. Colored ones will be cool!!


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    Is this the wire coils? What kind of machine did you get to do them off ebay?
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    I just did a Google search to check this out and all I can say is "WOW, I want one!" Those are wire coils aren't they? We have a binding machine at school, but it only uses those plastic thingies. This would be great to make your own scrapbooks.


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    http://www.craftersalley.com/tools/index.htm

    That place sells their BIA for $45.00 so far the cheapest.

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    So, can you only bind up to 8 x 8" on this? I noticed that was the largest size journaling pages they offered. Does that mean the coils are only 8" wide?
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