Like most everyone, I seem to be especially susceptable to sales pitches at 3: in the morning. Although I readily admit to having a stock of 12"x12" printed paper that rivals most craft stores, only one batch came from one of those late night bouts of insomnia. This collection was quite large with text weight and embossed cover weight papers - even a few flocked pieces. There was zebra, leopard, snake, alligator, and ostrich skin as well as two shades of leather and a cowhide. All of the above came in shades of brown, black, and white as well as, quite amazingly, a bright pink set and a rather chartreuse set. Like most other things bought from one's TV in the middle of the night, the papers sat on my shelves, untouched, for at least two years.
So when I thought about making matched sets of booklets to use as gifts, they popped into mind. If I do say so myself, they were just perfect. So far, I have made six sets of three. Each set has a 8 1/2 x 5 1/2, a 4 1/4 x 5 1/2, and a 3 x 4 1/2 three-hole bound booklet. They have a printed lining paper inside the cover and the large one has beads attached to the waxed linen binding thread. They all have appropriate postage stamps on the back cover.
I can easily finish three sets of three in the time it takes to watch two English Premier League Football (Soccer) games. Unless Liverpool is playing, then I spend too much time actually watching the game.