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- Lightly lined, acid-free archival-quality paper takes pen or pencil beautifully.
- A fanciful tree with leaves of hearts graces the pastel-hued cover.
- Delicate silver foil accents add eye-catching detail.
- Raised embossing lends dimension.
- A soft pink elastic band attached to the back cover keeps your place or keeps journal closed.
- Matching endsheets complement the design.
- Tuck notes, reminders, mementos, and more in the inside back cover pocket.
- Popular small-format size — 5” wide x 7” high — fits easily in most handbags.
- 160 pages.
From the Publisher
Tree of Hearts Journal
Let this elegant journal inspire your pen
160 writing pages for personal reflection, sketching, or jotting down favorite quotations or poems
Delicate design features a fanciful tree with tiny multi-hued heart ”leaves.”Raised embossing calls attention to detail.Silver foil tracery catches the eye.Matte white-and-pink background.Matching elastic closure.
Mid-weight ivory paper is luxuriously smooth.Light gray lines subtly guide your writing.Archival quality meets international standards for permanence.
Tuck receipts, cards, photos, and more into the back cover pocket, which expands for ease of access.To secure everything, pull the elastic band closure over the cover when you shut the journal.
Lovely and functional
Small journal combines charm and practicality
Hardcover volume feature a sturdy sewn binding and rounded corners for reduced wear.Compact size fits easily into most backpacks, purses, and tote bags.
Perfect for pen and pencil alike
Pens and fine-line markers lay down crisp ink without feathering or bleed-through.Colored pencil shows up vividly.Graphite erases cleanly with light pressure.
Little details like pink endpapers and raised white headbands and endbands complete the design.
About our Tree of Hearts Journal:
160 lightly lined pages.
Inside back cover pocket.
Elastic band closure.
Journal measures 5” wide x 7” high.
Our Company History
In 1928, at the age of twenty-two, Peter Beilenson began printing books on a small press in the basement of his parents’ home in Larchmont, New York. Peter-and later, his wife, Edna-sought to create fine books that sold at ”prices even a pauper could afford.”
Today, still family owned and operated, Peter Pauper Press continues to honor our founders’ legacy-and our customers’ expectations-of beauty, quality, and value.
Image: Peter Pauper Press headquarters, Mount Vernon, New York, circa 1948.