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Zutter Bind-It-All, Version 2.0

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  • Cathy Schellenberg demonstrates how well the Zutter Bind It All Machine works with Mind you, Cathy even used the first version of the to create this project. has the capability to cut through thicker material, but it is not even necessary to have version 2.0 to bind So if you already own the first version of the Zutter Bind It All Machine, or if you want to save some money and buy the first version since it is on sale, you will still be able to create this project and lots of others too with no problems.

    Dear EL: When I first began scrapbooking, there were not many options when it came to page size. I scrapped primarily on 8½- by 11-inch pages.
    Patterned paper, page protectors, borders and titles were all commercially produced to fit this page size. Then, by the late 1990s, I found the 12- by 12-inch page. With the scrapbooking industry boom of the early 2000s, this became the standard.
    You could buy cardstock, patterned paper, page protectors, albums and embellishments in this 12-inch square size. It opened up a whole new world for scrappers, allowing us to include more photos, journaling and embellishments to each page.
    As the hobby became more and more popular, new sizes of scrapbooking page became available such as the 6-inch by 6-inch page and the 8-inch by 8-inch page. Scrapbooking supplies can be found in these smaller sizes or you can cut the larger sized papers to fit.
    In 2007, Martha Stewart introduced the 18-inch by 18-inch scrapbook. This size became trendy for a short time but never caught on. Recently, mini albums have become popular.
    With the invention and mass marketing of personal binding machines such as the Zutter Bind It All (/) and the We R Memory Keepers Cinch () it's easier than ever to create your own mini album.
    The intriguing aspect of mini albums is that you can create them in any shape to fit any theme you desire. The standard size scrapbook page still is the 12- by 12-inch page but today your options are unlimited.
    Experiment with a few different sizes and then choose the size that works for you.

  • Dear Heidi Anne: I'm new to scrapbooking and I would like to know how many different sizes do scrapbooking pages come in? -- EL in Westvale.
    Dear EL: When I first began scrapbooking, there were not many options when it came to page size. I scrapped primarily on 8½- by 11-inch pages.
    Patterned paper, page protectors, borders and titles were all commercially produced to fit this page size. Then, by the late 1990s, I found the 12- by 12-inch page. With the scrapbooking industry boom of the early 2000s, this became the standard.
    You could buy cardstock, patterned paper, page protectors, albums and embellishments in this 12-inch square size. It opened up a whole new world for scrappers, allowing us to include more photos, journaling and embellishments to each page.
    As the hobby became more and more popular, new sizes of scrapbooking page became available such as the 6-inch by 6-inch page and the 8-inch by 8-inch page. Scrapbooking supplies can be found in these smaller sizes or you can cut the larger sized papers to fit.
    In 2007, Martha Stewart introduced the 18-inch by 18-inch scrapbook. This size became trendy for a short time but never caught on. Recently, mini albums have become popular.
    With the invention and mass marketing of personal binding machines such as the Zutter Bind It All (/) and the We R Memory Keepers Cinch () it's easier than ever to create your own mini album.
    The intriguing aspect of mini albums is that you can create them in any shape to fit any theme you desire. The standard size scrapbook page still is the 12- by 12-inch page but today your options are unlimited.
    Experiment with a few different sizes and then choose the size that works for you.
    Send questions to graphic artist Heidi Anne Giebel, of Liverpool, at or to Scrapbooking, Stars, P.O. Box 4915, Syracuse, NY 13221. Her column appears in Stars every other week.


    Cathy Schellenberg demonstrates how well the Zutter Bind It All Machine works with Mind you, Cathy even used the first version of the to create this project. has the capability to cut through thicker material, but it is not even necessary to have version 2.0 to bind So if you already own the first version of the Zutter Bind It All Machine, or if you want to save some money and buy the first version since it is on sale, you will still be able to create this project and lots of others too with no problems.

  • how to use the zutter bind it all with the zutter covers....found 4 of these on clearance at Hobby Lobby and cannot wait to Bind It with cool stuff!

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how to use the zutter bind it all with the zutter covers....found 4 of these on clearance at Hobby Lobby and cannot wait to Bind It with cool stuff!