|Brand Name||Pioneer Photo Albums|
|Item Weight||0.64 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||0.8 x 3.5 x 5.4 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||AM-350|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||AM-350|
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- Auto mounts dispenser for scrapbooking and other paper craft projects!
- Features 350 permanent photo squares
- Simply press down on a photo or piece of paper where you want adhesive and turn back a touch with your wrist
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Auto mounts dispenser for scrapbooking and other paper craft projects! Features 350 permanent photo squares. Simply press down on a photo or piece of paper where you want adhesive and turn back a touch with your wrist. It's that easy. Acid free.
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Pros: Mounts are sticky enough to keep photos securely on pages of scrapbook. Small and thin, which is great for keeping the photos seamless on the pages and you don't see a bump where the sticky mounts are. You won't need to add anything else to keep the photos securely on the pages.
Cons: Mounts are a little close together. You have to be careful when rolling the mounts on the photo, otherwise you end up putting on two mounts. You have to be careful when rolling them on so that they don't end up a little off from you target area.
Overall, this product did the job and I had no complaints about the effectiveness of the mounts. But I would look into getting another product that was a little more effective when rolling on the mounts.
The cons are that they did not dispense easily, either I'd get two at a time, or they wouldn't stick at all to the paper and I'd have to wait until the roll was completed before going back and manually peeling them off to use them. A lot of scrapbook adhesives work in a way that, if you need to move the picture and you just put the picture down, you can move it without damaging the picture or the paper. Unfortunately, I'd get rips if I tried moving the picture, even if I had just placed it down and hadn't even applied pressure down on the picture.
The worst was when the adhesive would stick to the paper or the picture, but not come off the roll, and I'd get little tears in my paper because a section of it just when into the dispenser.
It's a good price, but I've dealt with better and will not be buying this again.
I made a scrapbook recently with 4"x6" and small, cutouts in circles and irregular sizes. The auto mounts work well for 4"x6" photos: easy to use, much quicker than applying them myself, and held the pictures onto both flat and textured poster stock. However, when I moved to the irregular shaped circles and shapes I cut out, it became more difficult.
It's difficult to judge the exact placement, the stickers were difficult to remove, and occasionally multiple would come out at the same time. 3 or 4 times I could see the sticker not adhere to the picture and just continue rolling back into the dispenser, never to be seen again.
So why the 4 stars? It's still a lot easier than mounting them yourself (as I was doing) and the pictures are secure. It's also a lot cheaper than I could find locally, which gave it a price advantage even with the wasted stickers.
I hope this helps you decide,
One thing I found aggravating is that it was hard to position the mounting stickers right where I wanted them and often times I would roll out 2 tapes and waste some. And often, I felt like I was applying a lot of pressure to get the tape out. But when I did use 2 tapes by accident, it wasnt difficult to remove it and reuse it actually. So with the minus, comes a plus I suppose...
I would recommend this to people who dont have options or time to look for alternatives. But if you can get your hands on double sided tape and have time to cut and use that instead, I would since it is much more affordable and does the same job! I am also the type of person who prefers liquid white out over the dispensable ones.