I was trying out new photo paper last week and printed a photo of Mac from Homecoming that I loved because he looks so happy. I also love it because my friends taught me a couple of years ago that a photo with a orb of light in it is believed to possibly be the energy from a loved one who has passed on. So, now every time I ever see one in photo with Mac, even though it's probably a sun flare or something else that is easily explainable, I like to think it's his twin brother Griffin.
The printer paper worked great and I thought it'd be nice to have the photo in my planner, but whenever I've tried to punch new holes in a page protector it doesn't really work and there is no page protector size that fits my A5 planner well anyway.
Then it occurred to me to cut off the hole-punched edge and cover the open seam by adhering a piece of folded patterned paper that I could neatly punch holes out of.
It totally worked, so I printed a couple of the fall prints I bought during a sale in this Etsy shop a couple of months ago and a photo I took of one the bouquets of flowers Sean brought me from Trader Joe's.
I used some gold polka dotted vellum for a cover and now my planner is extra cute and fallish when I open it.