original ginkgo leaves watercolor illustration (screen print) with gold metallic accents
96 pages of up-cycled cotton paper
eco friendly: through traditional, passed down for generations art forms, artisans convert cotton waste into a pulp to create richly textured, 100% tree-free paper pages with a uniquely soft feel
gold metallic Dori tie closure and tassel
Who made this?
This gorgeous, intention journal incorporates traditional paper making techniques of Rajasthan, India. Artisans collect cotton waste and turn it into a pulp to create a rich textured paper with a uniquely soft feel. The paper making process is tree-free and non-toxic, conserving and filtering water for reuse in irrigation. When small producer groups grow, more artisans become self-sufficient, education levels increase, and families and communities prosper.
On. Cloud. 9!! 🙌🏽🙏🏼☁️ • Feeling SO incredibly grateful to be invited to share the passion God has placed on my heart for victims of trafficking and oppression giving today’s sermon @davis_community_church