Wrap-Around, Photo Front and Studio Album Changes | Queensberry



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More, more, more!

Here’s the latest about Studio Albums, Photo Fronts and Wrap-arounds. Scroll down for our annual New Year Studio Sample deal.

1. More goodies for Studio Albums

Ok, you’ve twisted our arm! You can now order title pages and copy albums with your Studio Albums. (Title pages will be an extra charge.)

It may take a while to update the resources, so if you’re ordering and don’t see the options, just write the necessary details into the comments/special instructions box. Please note if you order title pages and copies, this will add a couple of days to the delivery time.


2. Here’s what we’re doing with Photo Fronts and Wraps

If you’re a fan of our Photo Fronts and Wrap-around covers you could be in for some big savings. Until now these have been the most expensive albums we make, but from now on we’re treating Photo Fronts and Wraps as “cover styles”, i.e. add-ons to the cover price, like embossing.

Leather covers will work out about the same price (they may vary slightly as they’ll be the same price across all sizes and materials) but there’ll be big savings on non-leather covers like Buckram, Linen, Faux Leather and Silk. Check out prices here.




We hate twiddling our thumbs, and January can be s-l-o-w, so we offer Early Birds our best deals of the year.

Products put more cash in your back pocket, express your professional pride and and are great “silent salesmen”. And we have so much new on offer — amazing materials, new pages, custom embossing … Studio Albums! Don’t miss out!

Quote NEWYEAR2020 when ordering to get 40% off studio sample albums, books and boxes. Offer is for 2020 deliveries and ends Monday 20th Jan 2020.

Regular clients get Tier Discount off the top. Our normal conditions apply.

Please get in quick if you need your samples early, to get to the front of the line when we get back.

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