A week or so ago I received this question via email: “I have been hooked on the Journal 21–what a great product!…the paper is excellent quality–do you know if prior years of the Journal 21 are available for a discount, etc. I don’t suspect that you could sell them at full price as the year has passed, but for a discount they’d make good doodling books.”
That was a very interesting question and got me to thinking: should we offer our old planners for a dollar or two for people to buy?
Every year we get requests for old datebooks: for tax purposes, mostly, but other reasons, too. One woman came to the office looking for last year’s version because she needed to provide a chronicle of her cancer treatment. An author wanted a datebook from 2006 to set out the storyline of her book on the exact dates of that year. We have used them to experiment with Decopatch paper to create altered book covers.
How would you use an old planner?