The Royal Blue Peacock - Journal

Recycled Boho Eco Tree-Free Paper Jaipur Indian Peacock Travel Journal
Recycled Boho Eco Tree-Free Paper Jaipur Indian Peacock Travel Journal
Recycled Boho Eco Tree-Free Paper Jaipur Indian Peacock Travel Journal
Recycled Boho Eco Tree-Free Paper Jaipur Indian Peacock Travel Journal
Recycled Boho Eco Tree-Free Paper Jaipur Indian Peacock Travel Journal
Recycled Boho Eco Tree-Free Paper Jaipur Indian Peacock Travel Journal

The Royal Blue Peacock - Journal

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Wander the road less travelled, jotting down your captivating moments within the Royal Blue Peacock Journal. The peacock has long symbolized the royal and mystical nature of India. In fact, peacock's symbolize: Vision, Royalty, Spirituality, Awakening, Guidance, Protection, & Watchfulness. In Greco-Roman mythology the Peacock tail has the "eyes" of the stars. In Hinduism, the Peacock is associated with Lakshmi who represents patience, kindness and luck. This softbound 96-page journal is made of 100% tree-free recycled cotton paper. It comes complete with a bold dori-tie and tassel closure.

Made with love in Jaipur, India

  • Materials: recycled cotton paper, cotton
  • Fair Trade
  • Sustainable
  • Handmade
  • Funds Community Development
  • Compostable
  • Recycled/ Upcycled
  • Tree-Free Paper
  • Dimensions: 5" x 7"

Meet the Artisans

MATR BOOMIE - (mä-ter boo-miē "Motherland" in Hindi) is a fair trade collection from India that marries modern design sensibility with inspiring traditional art forms, bringing people and cultures closer together. With the mission of creating opportunities for women and minorities to realize their creative, economic and leadership potential. They have grown to empower 20,000 artisans in 40 partner communities throughout India.

Paper Making

Matr Boomie's 100% recycled cotton paper is made by artisans in Rajasthan, India, following a generations-old process. First, discarded cotton scraps are collected from the textile industry. Cotton is broken down into fibers using a traditional wheel press and then soaked overnight. Next, the pulp is strained, pressed into pages and hung to dry. After ironing, crisp pear goes either into journals or into the hands of artisans for screen-printing, embroidery or patchwork. The entire process is tree-free, non-toxic, and conserves and filters water for reuse in irrigation.


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