Spring Daisy Journal

Featuring Artwork by Jane Dixon - 128 Lined Pages

Spring Daisy Journal
Format: Diary / Journal, 128 Pages
ISBN: 9781631060502
Publisher: Rock Point
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Keep your thoughts and ideas in this beautifully illustrated Spring Daisy Journal. Perfectly travel-sized, this nature-themed lined notebook is the perfect place to keep your stories, poems, sketches, and quotes.

Featuring artwork by Jane Dixon, a renowned illustrator and designer,the interior has graphic illustrations of flowers, gardens, and daisies, as well as inspirational quotes from philosophical thinkers.

- 128 lined pages

- Full color artwork on every page

- 8 illustrated inspirational quotes.

- Journal: 5.8 x 8.25 in.

The author

Jane Dixon is a creative and versatile designer with over 20 years experience in product design, graphic design, studio art, and illustration. Keen sense of color and style. Conceptual thinker, particularly adept at brainstorming and innovative design. Possesses ability to listen, superior communication, and interpersonal skills. www.janedixon.com

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Format: Diary / Journal, 128 Pages
ISBN: 9781631060502
Illustrations: 8 color illustrations
Size: 5.75 in x 8.75 in / 146 mm x 222 mm

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