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Herbarium Journal

  • $35.00

Inspired by Italian botanical garden herbariums, we designed our linen-covered Herbarium Journal to preserve personal collections of pressed specimens as a memory keepsake. Made with 100% pcw-recycled, acid-free cardstock to best preserve botanical specimens for observing, understanding, studying, and remembering what makes them special. Each journal has patterned inside cover details with printed pages to label, journal, or sketch.

- 6.5” x 8.5” / 60 sheets / 120 pages
- linen front + back cover with gold foil details
- 100% PCW-recycled, acid-free cardstock pages
- pages printed to label mounted specimens
- matching elastic band closure to keep specimens safe
- Designed by June & December
- Imported
- SKU : HBWP501

- Made with 100% PCW-Recycled Acid-Free Paper
- Designed to be a botanical keepsake for generations
- Repurpose before Recycling: journal, artist sketchbook, field guide
- Read more about our Green Initiative on our Sustainability Page

- Orders are processed and shipped from our Michigan design studio within 2-3 business days.
- Carrier times may vary: First Class Mail 3-8 days estimated, Priority/Ground 2-5 days estimated.
- If your order is a gift being sent to the recipient, please feel free to add a gift message at checkout.

- Unused and unopened products may be returned within 45 days of receipt for a refund.
- Read our full return policy in the footer below.

- International shipping is currently available to select countries.
- Please note that certain products are not eligible for international shipping due to import restrictions.
- Read more about International Shipping in the footer below.

Please respect the environment and its offerings and leave no trace behind. Never trespass; know where you can and can’t take from nature. Know before you go and follow all local, state, and federal laws. Minimize what you collect so as not to disturb a microhabitat.