Scrapbook Albums

Hot foil stamping is a beautiful way to personalize your album covers and spines. From a simple family name to an elaborate title, the possibilities are endless. Of course, imagine the ease of recognizing each album as they’re sitting on the bookshelf. It’s as easy as putting dates/volumes on the spines.

I have personalized thousands of photo albums for my fellow scrapbookers. I can imprint on Creative Memories, Westrim, Dalee, Webway, Close to my Heart, Mrs. Grossman albums and many more off brands. For nonimprintable albums, gold and silver plates are available as an elegant alternative. I have 9 different font styles, over 50 different foil colors and over 100 different graphics to choose from.

Customizing your albums can be very reasonably priced. Pricing is $8 each line and $4 for reprints of the same line. Add a fun graphic for less than $6.

Pressing Matters accepts mail orders from anywhere and will travel to crops and stores within Florida. Contact me for minimum requirements for attending a crop.

 

Albums By Mail

1. Decide which album parts you want imprinted (front, back, spine) and what you want them to say.
2. Print and fill out this order form completely.
3. Enclose the order form, album parts, and payment (including return shipping, which is estimated to be approximately what it cost you to send the album to me) in secure packaging, and mail it to:

Pressing Matters Imprinting
1808 Bridge St.
Englewood, FL 34223

Once received, your albums will be completed within 7 days.
Payment accepted is cash, check, money order, or PayPal.

Hire me for a crop

I am available for travel across the state of Florida to work events

A “crop” is a scrapbooking event where people join together to work on their albums. I attend many of these events across the state of Florida and set up an on-the-spot imprinting table where I bring my machine and foils and imprint people’s albums while at the event! Having an imprinting at a crop will increase your album sales….guaranteed! If you are interested in having me at your crop, send me an email.