1. OCTOBER ONLY: Family Archivist Survival Kit ($135)
All the boxes, envelopes, sleeves and tools you need to properly house your photographic treasures. Large enough to handle an entire collection including small and large photographs. Click here to learn exactly what’s in my Family Archivist Survival Kit.
2. The Joy of Organizing Photos ($33)
How to Organize, Preserve, and Scan Your Photos…and how to write down the stories behind them.
An entire distance learning workshop, pre-recorded and ready for downloading right away on the Members Only part of my website.
You get 4 hours of recorded class instruction plus 6 hours of archived web chats and recorded phone discussions…for only $33. That’s a fraction of the cost of the live class.
Click here to learn more about the workshop and place your order.
3. PRK: Photo Rescue Kit ($25)
You know what I call those magnetic albums that were popular in the 70s and 80s?
Lucky for you, I created an Easy Peasy way to rescue your photos using a “microspatula”
Click here to learn specific details about what’s in the kit and how it can help you rescue these at-risk photos. Follow that same link to place your order.
4. New! Pre-Paid Phone Consults ($25)
Why are some Practical Archivist kits available only part of the year?
The only way I can keep prices as low as they are is to purchase from archival suppliers in large quantities. I don’t have a warehouse, so I’m not in a position to order ahead in bulk. Another factor is they way assembling and shipping giant boxes full of empty boxes takes over our house (and our lives).
It’s not hard to see why we keep it to one month per year only for the big kits. That month is October and sometimes into November.
A note about returns.
I work very hard to describe my products accurately, so there shouldn’t be any confusion about what you are ordering. Having said that, I have a generous return policy and will replace damaged items at no additional cost to you. Just ask half of the first-ever customers who purchased a FASK. Ouch, yes, that’s a true story. Now I personally check every metal edge of every box before I ship it out the door.