I am traveling but my computer is with me and this is what a sample page looks like, without stamps:
Please understand that without stamps, it doesn't look like much. This page is for a plate by plate collection of GB penny red imperforates.
The steps are simple in any desktop publishing program, and as I presume you're using Windows, most would suggest you use MS Publisher.
First you define a special sized paper size. Then you layout a standard page with a header. The country title font Lighthouse uses is Optima and the write up font used is Helvetica Neue. Lighthouse uses a light box around each stamp and what you do is create a box, with the line width you like and adjust its measurement to the actual stamp or cover you wish to mount. You'll quickly find out that the metric system is more practical here and you'll keep a measuring stick at your desk. You then position these on the page in a matter that suits your taste.
This page, for machin multi value coils is built from the same elelemts as the first, the boxes just being resized and repositioned, a simle task in a DTP application.
Or this page of machins, all built from the same elements, just resized and repositioned to suit the particular need I have at the time:
It really is simple. I am not familiar with MS Publisher since I use a Mac, but I am told it is easy and would allow you the flexibility you require and lets you save time by making this adjustments with ease.
Your biggest problem will be that standard Lighthouse paper won't fit most printers and you'll need a wide carriage, 13inch, photo printer. These aren't hard to find, but you would need to buy one. Printing this stuff off at Kinkos is possible but really not practical for any kind of volume.
In the end, this page for a detailed piece on Swiss stub els can be inserted into a preprinted volume of Lighthouse Swiss without jarring the reader. IMHO.