You might be surprised to discover that I have a Treasury Membership at NotebookingPages.com. Even though I make my own pages and we often use blank paper for notebooking, I still turn to Debra’s printable pages again and again.
Another feature of Debra’s pages that I find useful is that she usually makes a series of pages about a specific topic. For example, look at the Alexander the Great pages below. Among the multiple layouts for this character from history, I chose three different pages to print. This gives my daughter plenty of room for detailed written narrations on a matching set of pages. It looks very nice in a history notebook.
Notebooking Pages is run by Debra Reed, a homeschool mom like me. Well, she has a lot more children than my only child, but my point is that we are both homeschool moms who became passionate about notebooking when we saw that it worked to reinforce what our kids were learning.
Debra has set up Notebooking Pages so that you can buy individual sets of pages if you like or you can purchase the whole kit and kaboodle with a Treasury Membership.
The way I see it, if you plan on using printables from Notebooking Pages for longer than a single year, the treasury is a bargain. And it’s super convenient too. These are the two main features that sold me on the Treasury Membership:
Access to Everything
When you buy your membership, you get it all. Every printable page that Debra has made up to that point and for the year of your membership is yours to download, print, save, and use.
My first thought was to get my membership and madly download everything on the site. I did download a lot of sets, but I quickly realized that I don’t have to do that. Your pages are yours forever.
Your membership is a lifetime membership that never expires. You will always have access to those pages and can download them as many times as you want for as long as you want. So if your computer crashes, it’s okay. Your pages are safe at Notebooking Pages. I love that.
You may see some notes about renewing your membership. If you do that, you get access to the new pages Debra makes periodically. But the pages that were on the site when you bought your Treasury Membership are always there.
Once I had my treasury membership set up, I was happy to find that using the site is very easy. After you log in, everything available for download is on a single page called the Download Center.
This long page begins with a linked table of contents to help you find what you want and take you straight there. From the download center you can save the PDFs or open them in your browser.
Debra has plans for a notebooking forum for members. I love that idea and will be sure to visit with my fellow notebookers to share tips and ideas.
The Notebooking Fairy endorses NotebookingPages.com as a quality site with quality printables because it is a site that I (Jimmie) use myself on a regular basis. (This post does contain affiliate links.)