Mandala Play in Teal Journal
I had fun creating this piece and pattern by using both gouaches and other layering techniques. Reminiscent of Moroccan tiles, these colorful journals will help keep you organized and extra pretty too while you carry them around with you.
Gypsy Lee Journal
This delightful and bright journal will be easy to find amongst your books while writing down the latest tidbits of that blog you are wishing to write on your website. And this journal is also a fabulous place to write down all those things you need to do by the end of next week... Artist Medium: Gouaches.
Chauncey in Green Journal
This lovely design is one of my favorites for several reasons, one I just love that name; Chauncey - in hopes we all have aChauncey at life. ;) Kidding aside, this smart journal is sure to set you straight while keeping tabs on your things to do list. Available in a variety of sizes.
Air Plant Journal
For combing your love for succulents and those neat air plants, here's a fun design pattern I created this summer.
Gertie's Rose Garden Journals & Notebook
Gertrude actually never really was very fond of roses, she had said she wasn't very good with them. I beg to differ. But she did have a very good green thumb and fantastic soil.. that I wish I had... here's a little watercolor I created in honoring her and all mothers.Art medium used was gouaches.
Mandala Love No. 21 Journal & Notebook
Mandalas represent so many things to me and yet their symmetry keeps me and you in balance, or at lease to try in staying balanced, n'est pas? Artist Medium: Ink
Bravely Earned Metals Journal & Notbooks
Start your own tradition and creating your own power messages and intentions with this meditative cover.
Gertrude's Jungled Gardens Journals & Notebooks
A fun twist of fate when you forget to weed your garden, is an abundance of flowers everywhere... which is basically the state of one of my garden beds. Even if you cut flowers, it wouldn't look like you just cut any... So enjoy this book journal, keep our thoughts beautifully in this wonderful journal inspired by my garden. PS Gertrude was m...