Snowy Pine Forest Journal
Snowy Pine Forest Journal artwork by Jenny Penton.
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Each journal cover is made of heavy and durable thick art paper that is designed to last!
Inside each journal are the highest quality 24lb journaling paper that beautifully takes most art mediums (watercolor, acrylic, ink etc.). The bindings of the journals are stitched with thick, vivid red thread.
This journal is made specially for you when ordered, please allow up to two weeks for shipment.
Just beautiful! Can't wait to start my "winter theme book" after Thanksgiving.
Love this so much! I feel so peaceful when I open my TN and see the cover. I have been wanting this journal for awhIle. I do regret not getting “All is calm” put on it so I will probably order another in a different size for Christmas!
Scripting your days in this beautiful Journal will inspire you daily.
Even though I didn't need a journal at the moment, this design caught my eye and I had to have it. It sits by my bedside and inspires me to write. Even more beautiful in person.
Winter is a tough season for me; the lack of light combined with the pandemic separating you from loved ones far away will be even tougher. I'm trying to embrace every beautiful aspect of winter that I possibly can and this journal will be part of preparing and thriving for this time. I recently got the subcription box and that is the only notebook I've written in. So far I've used fountain pen, stickers, and washi. I love the scratchy sound of the fountain pen. It is not the smoothest paper ever, but I really don't mind that as much as I do some other papers with more tooth. The covers are really the most beautiful part; that can't be captured online. It's a textured cardstock with saturated beautiful printing. The red stitching is perfect. I like how they finish it and they don't stitch to the edges and then they backstitch to prevent the threads from pulling. Cheaper notebooks stitch to the edge and then the threads pull out. I love these notebooks!
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