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The Case for Custom Covers
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I bought a custom cover for my planner binder a while back. ($50?) But, I ended up ditching that system for the dokibook not a year after. I still love that cover, though. Because you can use binders for a ton of things, I still get to see it. I also have several leather covers for sketchbooks and notebooks. (Between $50 and $75)
To me, custom covers are never worth the price unless they can be 'refilled' with new blanks. If the can be refilled, totally worth it.
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