My solution - to dig out the retired Designer Series Paper that I haven't been able to part with yet (but can't use any more in my workshops and demonstrations) and stick a strip along the spine of each of the ring binders. Quick and easy, and I get to look at pretty papers all day, which in my book (yuk, horrible pun, sorry!) is a Good Thing. Here's a photo:
Most of my binders have rivets in the spine, where the rings inside are attached, and I found the paper looked weird if I glued it over the top. I punched holes to accommdate them, using our half-inch punch, before I stuck the paper down. I'm really pleased with how they look, and they're SO much prettier than before, and so much less... office-y, if you know what I mean.
Oh yes! If you spotted the binder that isn't covered with paper, I'll show you that one more clearly. It's the fabby binder we were given at Convention. Here it is:
And here is what's inside it: A loose-leaf copy of the current Idea Book and Catalogue - so useful!
Thanks for looking. I'll be back tomorrow with more for you. Have a lovely day!