I would like to know what to do with all of my sons newspaper clipings from when he's been in the paper with sports? I recently purchased a scrapbook album from your store but I don't know how to keep the newspaper clipings from sliding around when you turn the next page. I have elaminated the newspaper clipings to perserve the paper. Can I purchase some special glue to keep them in place for alot of years because this book I want to make will be a keepsake? Thanks,so much!!! Donna
— donnampott, MO on Feb 18, 2012

We suggest using a tape runner or Glue Dots to keep the articles in place on the pages. Here is a link to a tape runner with permanent adhesive that we like to use on projects:

http://www.archiversannex.com/Mono-Adhesive-Roller-Permanent-1/3X984-62130/default.aspx?PageID=21&CategoryID=42&ProductID=15709&ItemID=35127&RootCatCode=11750

Here is a link to Glue Dots: http://www.archiversannex.com/Glue-Dots-3/16-Mini-Dot-Roll-250-Clear-Dots-32794/default.aspx?PageID=21&CategoryID=42&ProductID=15633&ItemID=35051&RootCatCode=11750

If you don't want to put adhesive on the articles, you could hold them in place using photo corners. Here's a link to that product on the Annex:

http://www.archiversannex.com/Classic-Style-Paper-Photo-Corners-5-Self-Adhesive-126/Pkg-3L-PC/default.aspx?PageID=21&CategoryID=42&ProductID=21307&SPG=6&RootCatCode=11750

Hope this helps!