Dunwell 12 x 12-Inch Album Refills With 4 x 6-Inch Photo Pockets , 25-Pack

Last updated: November 3, 2021

Dunwell 12 x 12-Inch Album Refills With 4 x 6-Inch Photo Pockets , 25-Pack

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Overall Take

If you have a 12-by-12-inch scrapbook, you'll want to pick up these album refills. The pack includes 25 pages, each of which has space for six 4-by-6-inch landscape photos. The pages are heavyweight and designed to last while also being crystal clear to allow for better viewing.

In our analysis, the Dunwell 12 x 12-Inch Album Refills With 4 x 6-Inch Photo Pockets , 25-Pack placed 1st when we looked at the top 6 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

4×6″ Photo Pages (Horizontal Format) for 12×12 Albums: Crystal clear poly 12×12 page protectors with 6 side-loading pockets: 6 horizontal, Perfect for adding 4 x 6 photos to 12×12 scrapbooks. Set of 25: Scrapbook pages 12×12 with six 4×6″ pockets, Displays on both sides, Lets you easily add 300 4×6″ mixed format photos, kids art, postcards, or other collectibles to 12×12 albums. Dimensions: Width: 13-1/8″ (includes 1/2″ 3-hole strip), Height: 12-5/8″. Horizontal Pockets: 6-1/8″ Wide, 4-1/8″ Tall. Durable Super Heavyweight: Archive quality 4×6 Binder Photo Sleeves constructed of sturdy, non-stick, acid-free poly plastic, transparent, non-glare, 12×12 photo pages will not lift off ink. Fits Standard 12×12 Albums: Post-bound binders, D-ring, 3-ring scrapbooking albums. Dunwell 12×12 photo sleeves also offered in 12×12 1-pocket, 4×6″ vertical, 4×4″, and combo layout.


Many albums and scrapbooks come with a select number of pages but are designed to hold additional pages. These pages are typically sold separately, though. When shopping for album refills, there are a few things you’ll want to consider.

First, determine how you will use the album refills. You can order pages that hold photographs, collector cards, ticket stubs and coupons. These pages tend to have have four to six pockets each for storing the items. The pockets may come in landscape or portrait orientation. You can even get them with a mixture of both, or you can pick up pages that hold pocket-size photos.

If you’re interested in protecting full scrapbook pages, you’ll need album refills that feature one large pocket that is big enough to fit the size of scrapbook paper you’ve used. The pocket will have an opening along the top, so you can slide your creation right in. The most popular size is 12 inches by 12 inches.

Another option is to go with quick-sticking pages with a clear plastic overlay that self-adheres to the page. With these, you simply lift up the page, insert your photos or scrapbook page and then lower the cover back down.

Always check the quality of the pages before you make your final choice. You don’t want plastic pages that rip or tear easily. Pages that are constructed from a durable heavyweight material is best. You’ll also want the pages to be transparent and without a glare. Some go a step further and offer UV protection, which is helpful for photos and keepsakes you’ve tucked into the album.

Buying Advice

  • Album refills are sold in bulk. You can get packs of 10, 25, 50 or even 100 sheets. Typically, you’ll pay less per page when you opt for a larger set.
  • Determine whether the album refills are designed for use with a three-ring binder, D-ring album or post-bound album.
  • Make sure you’re choosing albums and album refills that are acid- and PVC emission-free.
  • Should you accidentally spill a drink over your refill pages, grab a few paper towels and immediately soak up the liquid. Afterward, you can use a clean damp towel to wipe away any remaining sticky residue.