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Kia Kaha Journal

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This journal is a great reminder to be strong in life's journey no matter where it takes one. It is important and needed right now. This journal is ideal for writing heart thoughts and inspirations, great for drawing, sketching, collaging and other creative work. Stepping away from technology for a while and getting back to pen and paper and reconnecting to inner self is good practice of self care. Hand bound using durable linen thread allows the journal to lay flat when opened, making it so much easier to write in. The cover is made using preloved fabric with scrap fabric for the heart and free motion sewing of the words - "Kia Kaha". A braided cotton twine as wrap around closure. Makes great gift for men or women. Filled with 160 blank, unlined pages of 135gsm natural white eco friendly paper. 100% post consumer recycled pulp. Chlorine free. 10.5cm x 15cm (4" x 6"), or approximately A6 size. Arrives gift wrapped in simple and minimal nature. Handmade in New Zealand.

- Upcycled fabric, the heart may be slightly different as I work with scrap fabric
- 160 blank pages
- 10.5cm x 15cm (4" x 6")
- Hand bound
- Cotton twine wrap closure

PLEASE NOTE
Since all my journals are individually made by hand, you will receive a journal made with the same design, but please kindly allow for slight variations due to their handmade nature.

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  • Ships from Auckland, New Zealand.
  • $5.00 Tracked within NZ
    ($1.00 with another item)
  • $9.00 Courier within NZ
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  • $16.00 Australia
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“In the journal I am at ease.” ~Anais Nin