We’ve been doing a bit for digging around since then, to find out anything else we could, and we’re really pleased to be able to tell you – direct from our paper mill – that the paper for MiniCards and NoteCards is both acid and lignin-free!
Now, if you’re new to scrapbooking and wondering what on earth I’m talking about – this page here might help. It explains acid and lignin and the problems they can cause to your work over time.
If you’re not a scrapbooker, have a read anyway. You never know when you’ll end up sitting next to a good-looking scrapbooker on a train. At times like that, information like this can be invaluable. (It also helps if you’re buying a scrapbooker a gift).
Over n’ out,
Ah so thats why I never get lucky with Scrap bookers! Thanks for the heads up!
This comment isn’t particularly about scrapbooking – although I have seen some wonderful scrapbooking examples using moos around the place – I just wanted to take the opportunity to say ‘thank you’ to the Moo team.
I recently had an idea for a set of moo mini-cards and I figured I’d give it a try and see how it worked out, and I must say that I am thrilled with the results. These cards, which I made as a (future) teaching resource, look fantastic. So, thank you!
I’m an scrapbooker who have just discovered this site in a AEzine (Ali Edwards ezine) and love it!! And you work acid free! Just great!!
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