Handmade Journals - set of 3
either write something worth reading, or do something worth writing
set of three journals, assorted patterns
These journals are special to me. As an english teacher and someone who loves to write, I decided to make these pretty journals that are small enough to fit into your pocket or purse. They have been hand-stitched using blank paper and a kraft cover that has been finished with lokta and chiyogami paper.
Both papers have a long history: Japanese Chiyogami paper is handmade, screen-printed and inspired by colourful and beautiful silk kimono patterns. Lokta is a renewable forest product harvested from the diverse himalayan ecosystem. In the 1980s, UNICEF launched a project to revive Nepal's indigenous paper making process. I've sourced the papers from one of my favourite local shops in Toronto, The Paper Place.
- hand-stitched blank paper
- kraft cover
- lokta and chiyogami paper
- packaged using recyclable materials
- 3.5 x 6 inches
♥ happy details:
- crafted using responsibly sourced materials; handmade in Canada
- each journal will arrive gift wrapped
- partial proceeds from the sale of this item will benefit tumour research with the Desmoid Tumour Foundation of Canada