Natural Fiber Journals(58 items)
Welcome to the Natural Fiber Journal Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Natural Fiber Journals
I love the textures on this small notebook. It is very good quality and interesting materials. Love it!
Komang Sulaksana Natural fiber journals, ornaments and home decor
"I never forget to give thanks each day for the life and family I have. They are so great and we work together, side by side, to create a better future for our children."
Popular Natural Fiber Journals
Natural Fiber Notebooks (Set of 6), "Nature's Gift"$29.99
Decorated with lacy leaf silhouettes, six notebooks are covered in happy jewel-like colors. Komang Sulaksana creates each one with 50 rice straw pages. The covers are crafted of recycled paper and bound with grass cord tied around cinnamon sticks.
Handmade Blank Notebook Crafted from Natural Materials, "Lamtoro Lurik"$9.99
The earthy good looks of this petite notebook come from its natural sources. The small journal is crafted from lamtoro fiber as well as banana bark, bamboo, rice straw paper, agel grass cord, and card stock. With 40 blank pages, it is the perfect size to take along on a journey to record your experiences and memories. The notebook is part of the NOVICA Indonesia Market Picks collection.
Green and Beige Leaf Covered Blank Notebook with 40 Pages, "Daun Kupu"$9.99
The earthy good looks of this petite notebook come from its natural sources. The small journal is crafted from olive green leaves (also known as Butterfly Tree), rice straw paper, agel grass cord, and card stock. With 40 blank pages, it is the perfect size to take along on a journey to record your experiences and memories. The notebook is part of the NOVICA Indonesia Market Picks collection.
Pandan Leaf Woven Journal with 100 Rice Straw Pages, "Weaver Wonder"$14.99
This natural fiber journal, handcrafted by Balinese artisan Komang Sulaksana, features a pandan leaf cover, cinnamon and grass cord binding and 100 pages of rice straw paper perfect for jotting notes, memories, dreams, drawings or poetry. The artisan relishes in the challenge of melding different mediums, relying on both his artistic talent, and on natural fibers, for all of his work. "Creating new designs is so much fun for me," he says. "Arranging different kinds of materials together is not a hard thing to do but, of course, it requires patience and skill."