Mexican Journals(33 items)
Welcome to the Mexican Journal Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Mexican Journals
This was a gift for my sister. We love the adult coloring books, but what to do with the completed project? Postcards are an excellent idea. She says they are beautiful!
I literally gasped when I unwrapped this! The spine on mine is actully a dark, royal purple, which complements the purples and blues and dark reds swirling throughout the covers perfectly! There are tons of pages, and it is perfectly-sized to go into a purse. I highly recommend this notebook!
Indira Flores Handcrafted journals and notebooks
"The person who acquires one of my artisanal notebooks complements the creative process by writing down a beautiful experience or sharing a delicious recipe."
"I've always been attracted to this type of artistic expression. My oldest brother taught me the art and showed me how to develop my ideas and convey them with greater confidence.
"At first, I'd help him... read more
Popular Mexican Journals
Handcrafted Natural Fibers Journal Cover, "Mexican Nature"$23.99
Xochitl Gómez transforms Mexican flora into an original cover for a journal or notebook featuring woven natural cellulose. Trimmed with cotton and lined, the cover is crafted with dried ficus leaves, linseed, and Kraft paper combined with an emulsion adhesive.
Gift Idea 10 Coloring Postcards of Mexican Animal Alebrijes, "Alebrije Collection"$29.99
"Feeling proud of my Mexican roots and wishing to raise consciousness regarding Mexico's beautiful endemic animals in danger of extinction, I designed this series of 10 coloring postcards. They are inspired by the multicolored sculptures of Oaxaca representing magical and fantastical creatures with wings and antennae," explains Alejandra Aceves. This set of postcards includes: a grey wolf, a West Indian manatee, an fish (Mexican salamander), a red macaw, an armadillo, a tapir, a loggerhead turtle, a pronghorn, a jaguar, and a California Gulf porpoise.
The set of 10 postcards arrives in an acrylic box with information about Aceves' project. Inspired by the illness she lives with, she realized that the symptoms diminished when she concentrated on drawing. Her wish is for others to enjoy being able to relax while coloring her postcards.
Blue Denim Covered Recycled Paper Journal, "Chiapas Diamonds"$44.99
Using the ancient bookbinding technique known as Coptic sewing, Adriana Alvarado in Mexico creates this splendid journal. The journal is covered with blue denim and accented by a cotton textile that was woven on a traditional loom by artisans in Chiapas. Filled with 160 pages of unlined recycled paper, the journal is ready to capture your dreams and ideas.