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Notebook, Living Woman

Retail $16.00

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Message brand

"Born to Love, Born to Lead, Born to Rise, Born to Thrive" 

PAPAYA’s sage Living Woman Spiral Notebook is a dreamy colorful place for your thoughts, notes, and doodles to come to life; illustrated with inspiring messages, delicate brushstrokes and the silhouette of a woman muse. Each decorative notebook is thoughtfully designed with our signature custom artwork to be used for journaling, college, business, travel, school, or for your home office.  Our journal notebooks for women also make the perfect gift for back to school, office parties, corporate events or birthday parties.

  • Gold spiral binding allows notebook to open easily and lay flat
  • Double sided with unique full color illustrations
  • Sturdy, durable cover with delicate gold foil accents
  • Pages alternate between graph, college ruled, and bullet
  • Convenient size for carrying in purse, backpack or briefcase
  • 106 full color pages of soft, premium, thick paper
  • Uplifting Message: "Born to Love, Born to Lead, Born to Rise, Born to Thrive" 
  • Color: Sage and black
  • Dimensions: 7” x 9 x 1”

SKU# DP021

*Minimum 4 per style

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PAPAYA has been creating bold, heart-centered, artwork & collections using a fiercely independent philosophy since 2003. Based in Southern Oregon, USA. PAPAYA shares an original and undiluted artistic perspective based on the signature artwork of Co-Founder Anahata Katkin. Over the years our independently owned family company has remained true to its roots. All of PAPAYA's work is internally generated and featured on high quality lifestyle offerings. This is the heart that drives our company. All of our collections are tried-and-true, made from the best quality materials available today and 100% original artistic offerings available to the stationery industry worldwide. While the US does make limited stationery offerings, many of the more dynamic products we make simply could not be made accordingly stateside.