Beautiful One-of-a-Kind Handmade Journals

My books make great gifts for graduations, birthdays, weddings, or any special occasion.Keep your special thoughts and memories in something special.

All journal orders include free shipping.

Leather Wrapped Journal

      The size of the book is 7 ½ “ X  5 ¾ “.  It is hand sewn with 96 sheets of paper. It has marbled fly leaves in the front and back of book.
      The leather book cover wraps around the book and has a beautiful button sewn onto the flap which makes a closure with braided linen thread. The linen thread is embellished with beads.

Leather wrapped journalLeather wrapped journal closed and ties with thin leather string

Price $85


Concertina Journals

Vintage books remade into beautiful journals. Expanded spine allows you to attach photographs
and keepsakes into the book to personalize it. Each book has attached to it interesting things from the original book such as title pages or library cards, etc. These are one of a kind treasures!

Tan & Maroon Journal

journal size:  5” X 7 ¼ “

tan & purple concertinaTan & Purple concertina

Price $45

 

Purple Concertina Journal

Journal size:  4 ¼ “ X 6 ½"

Purple Concertina book with expandable spine

Price $45

 

Beautiful One-of-a-Kind Handmade Notepad Holders

Handmade, hard cover, note pad holder that holds a junior legal size note pad and also a pencil.
It is beautifully covered with hand painted paper and matching book clothe.
The size of the book is 6 1/8 “ X 8 ½ “. These make beautiful, practical gifts.

Apple Blossum notepad holder inside

Apple Blossom Notepad Holder

Tan and brown with hand painted apple blossoms

Price $45

Navy Blue & Purple Notepad Holder

Navy blue and purple with hand marbled paper

Price $45

 


Rust Notepad Holder

Brown, purple, and rusts with hand marbled paper

Price $45


Royal Blue & Tan Notepad Holder

Royal blue and turquoise with hand marbled paper

Price $45

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