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Re: Photo Album Seperation Pages



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Hello,

Yes, I always use interleaving, even if only one side has photos.  It looks so
great and eliminates  any worry.  The many glassines available  are very nice
and interesting.  You can purchase them  at many  paper suppliers. Kate's
Paperie in NYC as well.

Kathy

C Dery wrote:

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> Hello All,
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> What kind of paper would you recommend as separation pages in a photo album?
> I'm talking about the tissue paper-y pages.
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> And would you use those separation pages if you only had photographs on one
> side of each page?
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> Cathy Dery
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