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Berry Girl mentioned that she used chip board for the numbers on her mini, but I was wondering what you are supposed to used as the pages?? It's gotta be stronger than paper right?? Is it just card stock? or is the chipboard thing a common way to do it?
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I didn't see the album you mention but the one time I made one from scratch we used brown lunch sacks. The little ones that are for kids. And so they had two backs plus the paper on top. That would have been strong enough for chip board. Also when I use premade book just add paper they are usually two thick of the thicker card stock. Not sure what else might be out there.
There are quite a few products you can use out there for the "base" part of the mini albums. They sell chipboard albums that you can either paint or attach paper too. You can even find the clear acrylic albums at most scrapbook specialty stores. Or here is a site that has a lot of hints on mini albums as well..