Paper Cloud Mushroom Journal

Paper Cloud Mushroom Journal
Paper Cloud is all about well designed art you can share. All products are hand printed and handmade in their studio -- one at a time. No factories or supply chains, just lots of creativity, fun, and love. Let your thoughts and doodles pop up all over this handmade mushroom journal. The outside of the journal features a mushroom design hand printed on linen. The pages are blank, and the front and back are lined with a matching decorative paper. Comes in two sizes. Small Journal: 120 pages. Medium Journal: 144 pages.
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