Presale open for Days of Observance gluebook


The new Days of Observance Journal and Gluebook is available for pre order now.

If you remember the Christmas gluebook from last year, it’s in a very similar style, and is the same size. It has 30 assignments, each one dedicated to a specific day.

This one has you thinking about days throughout the year that are observed but not particularly holidays, though some are. For example, there are assignments for Valentines Day, Easter, Memorial Day, and Halloween but also assignments for National Bird Day, International Day of Mathematics, and World Teacher’s Day.

On the cover it says “Journal & gluebook” because you have the option to explore a memory or idea through writing, rather than collage, if you feel like it. Not everyone feels like collaging all the time, right? 😉

The cost is $20, and with pre orders through November 6th, shipping is free to anywhere in the world. I will ship them as soon as I receive them from the printer, which should be by the second week in November.

I don’t have a downloadable version of just the assignments yet, but I will work on that soon.

Here are a few more pictures of the pages.

This photo shows the printer’s markings in the lower left corner. I don’t have an actual book in my hands yet. They’re still with the printer!

I hope you’ll consider getting a copy. It’s hours of entertainment and collage fun! 😉


Mildred K. Pearson

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