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Fantastic Fuchsia Journal

Fantastic Fuchsia Journal

Regular price $18.00 USD
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Each journal is hand-crafted with the utmost care in Todos Santos, a special place in Baja Sur, Mexico where the desert meets the Pacific Ocean. 

Crafted for heavy use. The decorative stitching on the spine is medieval German binding with durable, waxed, linen thread, allowing the pages to lie flat when open. The pages are made of strong, long-fiber brown paper. Embellished with handmade decorative end-papers and carefully sourced, beads and buttons. The leather is from the finest tanneries in Mexico.

This completely one of a kind journal was hand made with love and deep joy in hope that it provides a blank slate for your own unique expression.

Great for writing, charcoal, drawing, calligraphy, gouache, printmaking, scrap-booking Personal journal, guest book, gratitude journal, wedding book, sketchbook, travel journal or shamans journey notebook... The choice is up to you! 

These journals are made with much love and care. It is a joy to make something beautiful that serves as a blank slate for your unique, EXPRESSION!!

Product details: 

- Durable full-grain fuchsia dyed leather
- Front flash sheet with handmade paper from artists around the world 
- Metal button & quality beads
- Medieval German binding with durable, waxed, linen thread

Journal Sizes: 

X Small  (gratitude):  3 ½" x 3" with 146 pages front and back

Small (purse journal): 5" x 3 ¼" with 146 pages front and back

Regular (writers journal): 6 ½" x 5" with 200 pages front and back

Large (Artist Journal): 9 ¾" x 6 ½" with 200 pages front and back

***Want your journal customized?? In fact, I love to customize! Tell me what colors, symbols & materials you like and see it come to life! Contact me for custom inquires.***

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“Writing practice brings us back to the uniqueness of our own minds and an acceptance of it. We all have wild dreams, fantasies, and ordinary thoughts. Let us to feel the texture of them and not be afraid of them.  Writing is still the wildest thing I know.”

― Natalie Goldberg, Wild Mind: Living the Writer’s Life