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Moonrock Journal Deckle Edge 8" x 8"
Moonrock Journal Deckle Edge 8" x 8"
Moonrock Journal Deckle Edge 8" x 8"
Moonrock Journal Deckle Edge 8" x 8"
Moonrock Journal Deckle Edge 8" x 8"
Moonrock Journal Deckle Edge 8" x 8"

Moonrock Journal Deckle Edge 8" x 8"

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A smaller version of our most loved Big Moonrock Journal (Big Journal for Big Artworks)


This hardbound, non-leather journal is a perfect fit when it comes to expressing your thoughts on raw textured paper.

What you can do with this Journal?

CREATE an art journal, put together a PHOTO ALBUM, inscribe a poem, whip up a WATERCOLOR, gather wildflowers to press, INVENT something that has never been, make a DOODLE, scribble a love letter, compose a song, compile a GUEST BOOK, gather your daydreams, keep a GRATITUDE journal, hatch a plan, PAINT a masterpiece..use your imagination!!

 

Product specification:

  • Size: 8x8 (inches)
  • Pages: 46 Sheets (92 sides)
  • Paper: 250 gsm, Deckle edge 100% Cotton Uncalendered Paper (Know Your Paper)
  • Ideal for: Lights to Heavy Watercolors | Gouache | Brush Calligraphy

 

Uncalendared Handmade Paper is absolutely raw in texture. The paper surface is unprocessed and natural. Such paper will have more grain/fiber/tooth, a bumpy surface, and less shine.

The Uncalendared paper is good for anyone who loves creating art on a raw and bumpy surface.

Due to the Deckled Edges, and the handmade nature of the paper, not all the papers can be of even shape, size, texture/surface. Please note that it's not an error but a property.

Few important things to know about Watercolor Handmade Paper:

  • The Paper texture is Rough.
  • As per the nature of handmade paper, it tends to leave fibers while pulling off the masking tape.*
  • Erasing with a normal eraser can be tricky. We suggest using a Charcoal eraser (kneadable eraser) for comparatively better output.

 *Pro-tip for using masking tape: apply the masking tape first on a flat surface like a table or an artboard; remove it and then use it on the paper. (This reduces the sticking capacity of the tape thus, doesn't pull fibers while removing it from the paper)

 

Disclaimer:

  • Due to the nature of the handmade product, slight variation may be possible in size, color, etc.
  • The actual product color may slightly differ from the image due to color properties.