Thanks to the success of my recent foray into Photoshop/Picasa (detailed here: http://boards.straightdope.com/sdmb/showthread.php?t=429791&highlight=photoshop - many thanks to everyone who gave me advice there, BTW, it was really helpful), I am now at the point of making a scrapbook. I bought a nice book with clear plastic sheets inside, each containing a 12"x12" sheet of paper. The opening to slide the paper into is on the top of the page.
Now, here’s my question: when I bought the book, the clear plastic deals lay flat. But, now that there are thicker pages in them (what with photos, etc.), they are sort of open. Are you meant to close them up with something? Tape would look shitty, I think, but I can’t think of anything else. I’m also worried that the sheets will slide out just a bit and get dogeared/wrecked.
Any scrapbooking advice?