Pressed Wildflower Journal

TIXAR - Made in Guatemala

  • Why you’ll love this product

    Within this journal’s pages, you can pour out your most intimate thoughts and ideas. Use it to document life’s everyday adventures, your down days and up days, and your creative inspirations. Meticulously handcrafted by a small family of artisans in Guatemala, this journal carries the scent of the real flowers and leaves that make up its covers.

    Our Pressed Wildflower Journal is made from 100% natural, organic materials. It captures the beauty of nature, and the deliciousness of moving slowly, living thoughtfully, and choosing consciously. This journal is meant to be cherished for years. Please treat it with love and care.

    Due to its very handcrafted nature, no two journals are alike. Arrangement of flowers on the cover will differ from the photo.

    • 100 white, unruled pages
    • Made by a small, family-run business in the highlands of Guatemala
    • It takes on average 2 months to create each journal
    • Details and colours come from real, local flowers and leaves collected in nature
    • Covers are set on a darker, thicker layer made of grass
    • Bindings are made of “pita”, a rope hand twisted from hay
    • Free shipping on orders over $50.00
    • Ground Shipping to Canada & USA
    • Canada: 2-4 business days
    • USA: 3-5 business days
    • Express shipping available at checkout
    • Comes with a handwritten note
    • If this is a gift and you would like us to include a note with a specific message, indicate it in the "notes" section upon checkout
    • Refund available within 30 days. See details


Fair Trade
Fair Trade
Earth Friendly
Earth Friendly



By purchasing this item, you’re doing more than buying something. You’re supporting TI’XAR (pronounced tee-shar), an organization that runs environmental projects in Guatemala; from permaculture, eco-tourism, education, to water/food security, and more. TI’XAR products are handmade, fair trade, and produced in small batches to preserve quality and minimize waste. They provide dignified work and fair wages to their artisans, and make all their products with only earth-friendly (and human-friendly) materials.

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