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8.5” x 10” Handmade Bamboo Journal (Leaves Pattern)

Writing journals/guest books and penicls are enriched with color, texture, and old world handcrafting. Journals/guest books are made of materials indigenous to Indonesia including waru leaves, lotus leaves, banana tree, acid-free bamboo paper, bean pod shells, sea shells, and twigs.

Product Features Handmade Fairly Traded for in Indonesia Made from upcycled nature Acid-free bamboo paper [...]

Rustic Ridge Refillable Leather Travel Journal with Handmade Paper – 6″ x 8″ – Saddle Brown

This Refillable Leather Travel Journal by Rustic Ridge Leathergoods is the perfect way to record your adventures, thoughts, poetry, sketches, and more. The leather cover is made from high quality leather that not only looks great, but will last for years to come.

The journal includes 200 cream colored pages (100 sheets). The [...]

Romance Refillable Handmade Journal with Embossed Heart, Lined, 6×8″

This Writing Journal was made by hand with skills learned from centuries of experience. The Writing paper is acid free heavy stock ivory paper. it is not known how long ink will last on this paper because no sheet of it has ever been known to fade!!.

Product Features 256 Pages of Heavystock Ivory Lined [...]

Small Chestnut Pocket Journal with Handmade Paper

Brand New Leather!~ We have upgraded our most popular pocket journal to a richer, softer leather in Chocolate Brown! The Pocket Journal was made for the poet or traveler when space is at a minimum. We matched the best leather we can find with uniquely handmade paper. Finish it off with a permanent spine binding [...]

Interpreting Other Art Forms for Creative Inspiration

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As one half of Celio Designs, I love to design and create mixed media, handbound collage journals.  However, just because I’m ready to create doesn’t mean I know what I want to create.

Sometimes you stare at the blank pages of a journal or an empty canvas and feel …nothing. [...]