Paper Photo Corners - Cream, Acid-Free, pack of 240These paper photo corners are Cream colored and are the old style with water-activated adhesive - but with a twist.
The way they fold together allows you to place the photo without having any of the adhesive get on your photo!
Plus, they are archival. That means they are guaranteed to be acid free and lignin free, too.
You get 240 acid-free cream photo corners in this package - this is enough to mount 60 photos if you use 4 per photo or sleeve. These corners pass ANSI (American National Standards Institute) Photographic Activity Test. The product has been independently tested by Wilhelm Imaging Research, Inc. and meets or exceeds the preservation standards of The Library of Congress.
You can use these with John Porter's Photo Albums, of course, but they'll work with any albums. The color of the corners is ivory or off white, called cream by this manufacturer. It is a pleasing off white, no yellow to it.
Here's how to use them: Carefully position your photo on your album page where you want it to be. Make a light pencil mark on the album page where each of the corners of your photo is. Place the photo aside. Take your first paper corner and moisten its back. Position it so that it lines up with the pencil mark. Use a small amount of plain water to moisten each corner back (a clean sponge or cloth works well). The corners work with any size photo up to 8x10.