Wednesday, September 26, 2012

I Love These Beautiful Journals by Festaria Creations

Festaria Creations

 Festaria Creations Has Beautiful Journals

  • Portable and Lightweight
  • Spiral Bound White Pages 
  • Perfect for Daily Use and For Travel.
  • Hardcovered to Protect the Pages 
  • Quality Paper Stock
  • Photo on Front and Back Covers
  • Dimensions: 5.5" X 8"
  • Available in Five Designs 
  • New Deisgnes Will Debut in October 2012
  • Retail Price $7.95 per Journal
 As a homeschool mom, blogger, and a person who makes lists for everything, one my favorite ways to treat myself is with a nice journal, planner, or notebook.  I ran into the women from Festaria Creations at the Gift Fair last month, and immediately fell in love with their beautiful journals.

Right now, they are available in these styles:

Festaria Journals

The lovely art is on both the hardbound front and the back covers.  The spiral binding allows the pages to turn smoothly, and the ruled pages are on good stock, allowing the pen to glide across the page.

The journals are priced at $7.95 each, but right now, and for the last few days of this month, you can claim a 14% discount if you use the promo code SEPTEMBER - this code will expire on September 30th at midnight eastern time.  As soon as it is officially October 1st, the offer will end, but October brings more good news, since there will be some new cover designs added.

This is a small, family run business located in Rhode Island.  They have been creating beautiful stationary since 2009.  Please visit the website at http://www.festariacreations.com for personal orders, or use the information on the contact page if you would like to make an order to make a larger order for your gift shop or stationary store.

I have so many people who are difficult to shop for, and sometimes gift cards seem so impersonal.  I think it might be nice to buy a gift card, and present it with one of these sweet journals.

Christmas is coming - I hope you will keep Festaria Creations in mind for gift giving!  I have my eye on the Little Cherub and Italian Countryside for myself!