A beautifully hand crafted leather journal, perfect for sketching, drawing, scrap booking and journalling.
There has never been a better time to start journalling, sketching, painting or recording.
These books really are the perfect gift for any artist, writer, or creative.
The beauty of them is inspiring in itself and i have completed many of my favourite travel sketch pads over the years in these stunning notebooks.
Made with recycled paper : wastage from the cotton industry in Rajasthan, Northern India. The paper is heavy and rough to touch, with visible cotton fibres and particles on many of the pages.
The book is bound with string to a hand embossed camel leather cover. This is heavy duty, flexible, naturally water resistant and had a beautiful rustic retro look and has a pale yellow gemstone set into the cover.
The book is finished with a simple string closure giving it a rustic and magical feel.
The paper is hand bound with thick cotton string, and is refillable so the notebook cover can be used again and again, although in my experience i have always chosen to keep my fully used books forever on my shelf. They are so beautiful, and as i use them as sketch pads, it makes the drawings inside feel that much more precious.
These are not mass produced items, they are rustic, and unique, and each book varies from piece to piece.
Almost every book has a slightly different embossed pattern on it, please be aware of this when ordering as the exact pattern will almost certainly be different from the one pictured, however the overall look is the same.
These are individual, beautiful, one of a kind items and should be appreciated as such!
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▲:: Please note these are rustic, hand made books, and the colours and textures of the leather, and paper may vary a little from the photographs.
▲ :: Measurements - Height - 18cm, Width - 13cm, Thickness - 3cm
▲ :: String closure
▲ :: String bound by hand
▲ :: Plain, minimalist design
▲ :: Hand made recycled paper
▲:: Please note these are rustic, hand made books, and the embossed pattern, as well as the colours and textures of the leather, and paper will almost certainly vary a little from the photographs.