Here's what I did with one of the Sierra Pacific $1 recycled paper faux leather notebooks. I was rushing to make a quickie hostess gift for an aunt. Because the SP notebook was on my desk, I grabbed it and began my 15 minute project. From my Asian paper scrap drawer, I found a 'too good to toss' Christmas card from my husband's friend in Japan. After cutting out the decorative panel, I noticed a fold which I wanted to hide so I searched through the drawer again. Luckily, I discovered just the right red printed paper with gold foil highlights. There was enough of the paper to cover the flaw in the panel and cover the pen as well. Voila! The recycled notebook decorated with recycled paper was done. Oh, the double happiness sticker was purchased from Ben Franklin Crafts (er, a few years ago....they still might have these in stock). Even my husband was impressed with the clever use of recycled material and perhaps now he can understand why I save every pretty wrapping paper, postcard, stamp, and greeting card that we receive. Well, maybe he still doesn't get it but he'll tolerate the mess. Okay dear, I'll clean up the craftroom...promise....reeeeally...heeheeeheee!