Pink Chic Art Journal

Aireescreates - Made in Philippines

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  • Why you'll love this product

    Designed by the local Filipina artist Airees Rondain, the Pink Chic Art Journal was actually created “accidentally”. Airees had been using a sheet of card stock as her “paint dump” during a painting session. When she looked down and saw the beautiful colours and designs that came out, she realized the dump sheet looked better than her actual painting! This journal became one of the first designs of her handmade paper collection.

    Our Pink Chic Art Journal is a diverse cahier that can be used as a notebook, journal, or artist book. The unruled paper is ideal for brush lettering, watercolour, calligraphy, and is fountain pen friendly. It can also hold acrylic paint and is perfect for art journaling as colours will not bleed through.

    • Designed, printed, and handmade in the Philippines
    • Size: Large Cahier Size (13 cm x 21 cm)
    • 40 leaves, 80 unlined pages, 120gsm ivory paper
    • 250gsm smooth cardstock cover
    • Printed design will not bleed when wet
    • 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
    • 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

Impact

Vegan
Vegan
Handmade
Handmade
Fair Trade
Fair Trade
Earth Friendly
Earth Friendly



About Aireescreates

Aireescreates

Created by the local Filipina artist Airees Rondain, Aireescreates: Design & Paperie uses art to empower others. Each piece features sustainable, handcrafted materials made in collaboration with local artisans in Mindanao, Philippines. Airees personally creates every design; embracing chance, circumstance, and intent in her creative process. By purchasing this product, you support Airees in her craft and also provide livelihood to Filipino artisans.

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