I used my small round puncher for this, using a mediocre gelli print. When I was finished punching, I realised that I had printed on both sides of the paper. And both sides of my polka dots were equally lovely. If I glued one side onto my page, I would be losing the other side forever! Too much of a dilemma for my poor nerves. I don't have a laminator, so that wasn't an option. I tried to capture the dots between two layers of acrylic medium, but that didn't work.
In the end, I decided to glue the dots onto acetate transparency, using acrylic medium as my glue. The result is a little bit smudgy, and not exactly in military order, but it works. Not as a frameable work of art. But as a journal page challenge, it's actually quite pretty.
Here are all the dots thrown onto a page:
And the reverse side:
And a close-up of one of the dots (isn't it so pretty?):
And one of the verso:
And here is the finished page with the flap closed
This is the reverse of the flap
With the flap open
And this is a view through the flap.
It looks better in reality!