How does one officially “end” a glue book - actually any thing you have created? Seems like there should be some sort of ceremony, don’t you think? A tip of the gluestick, an internal "hurrah", a trip to Michaels (LOL)...
And is this a time of celebration, reminiscing as you flip through (a yes I remember gluing too soon on that page, thinking those three pieces don’t collage well together, wondering what others would suggest, or what the HECK was I thinking…), a sense of closure? Or is it one of “lets get started again, but this time…”. If you have more then one glue book going (which I do, though the other is close to being filled as well) maybe this is not as significant an event for you?
What about the “record” of your work. As a quilter I've always been told to label my piece to let others know who created it and when. Are glue books similar? They really are more personal and may not be as appreciated (or even seen) by others – for many of us they are simply an exercise of the right brain cells (or is it left, I always get the two mixed up).
Anywho all you glue bookers, what do you think? I’m curious to know….Cheers, Jewels