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For making this journal i used natural rustic pine wood and brown recycled paper. Together they give very calm and natural look. Bounded with waxed linen thread. Decoration is the burned and painted tree . Closed with jute cord.
Measures 7 1/2 x 6 inch
130 pages (260 if count both sides)120 g/m2 thick craft paper
P.S. On this book i can engrave your names, date or wording. Check my shop for the listing for names engraving.

Book design with the Tree of Life is "an important symbol in cultures and faiths around the world, The Tree of Life links the heavens, the earth, and all that is hidden and growing below. It seemed only natural to adopt it for pastoral counseling and learning programs promoting spiritual, creative and personal growth for people of all faiths and beliefs. A tree also bears seeds or fruits, which contain the essence of the tree, and this continuous regeneration is a potent symbol of immortality. It is the fruit of a tree that confers immortality in the Jewish creation story.
The Tree of Life is a universal symbol found in many spiritual traditions. It symbolizes many things, including wisdom, protection, strength, bounty, beauty, and redemption. This tree is symbolic of the Creator as it sustains creation with its abundant fruit, protection and regeneration. The Tree also represents humans as we too develop roots, strengthen our trunk and branch out to a wider vision of life as we grow. The tree provides provide shelter. Tall and strong, it has deep roots. It reaches skyward. It loses its leaves and grows new ones …bears fruit …gives shelter. With nurture and care, it lives for generations.

Coptic stich rustic wood journal 7 1/2 x 6 Tree of Life

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: pine, wood, paper, linen thread, jute, bee wax
  • Feedback: 612 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from Latvia
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