The Inserts is an important part of the Grail Diary, as they are "giving life" to the book. They help providing the illusion that this diary really have been used and "been around".
There are many inserts You can add to Your diary, and as it goes for the drawings it is only Your imagination that sets the limits. I´ve seen great work made like tickets for the gondols in Venice, lecture-tickets, railwaytickets from almost anywhere in the world. There are however only a few inserts that actually was in the movie-diary. These where: George Washington Quote, Blue Train Ticket, 1899 Silver Dollar Certificate, Wolfram von Eschenbach Notes, The Eastern Telegram and the Grail Tablet Rubbing.
All others are purely speculations and can be added as You please.
Again I´ve done some sorting and here are the list:
George Washington Quote Front - Back (dim. 4.14"x 6.93" /10.6 x 17,6cm)
Blue Train Ticket (1) Front - Back (dim.6.69"x1.85" /17,3x4,7cm)
Blue Train Ticket (L.A.R.Y. ticket) (2) (dim. 2"x 7 7/8"/5,08cm x 20cm)
1899 Silver Dollar Certificate Front - Back (dim. 3 1/8"x 7 3/8" /7,93cm x 18,73cm)
Wolfram von Eschenbach Notes
The Grailtablet-rubbing can´t be reproduced by computer, sorry (dim. 41 x 58cm)
Indy adventure newspaper-clippings (dim. as printet)
Venice townmap and another version in colour
Letter from Lady Eleanora (A4)
Roman Numbersscrap (dim. 8 x10cm)
The Italian Stamp and Venice Postmark (not really inserts, but anyway)
Telegram from Codirolli
Photo of young Indy and father
Letter from Al-Jawf
Boston Trainticket Front - Back (dim. 4" x 2½" => 5,05 x 10,16 cm)
Label for envelope
Now the trick in making good, autentic inserts is that You use different kind of paperquality. go to a real paper-store with You list of inserts You wanna do. Then pick the qualities that fits to each insert.
Ex. pick photopaper for the photo of Indy and his father or high quality paper (preferable with watermarks) for the 1889-dollar Certificate - that one just won' t do with ordinary printerpaper. Actually to my belive the only insert that can be made on ordinary printerpaper is the Roman Numbersscrap.
So taking the amount of time You are going to use on your diary (or have used) take a few hours to frequent a real paper-shop and get the inserts right!