The Pocket Journal is a journal in motion. These small journals are made for quick inspiration and note-taking in the moment, wherever you may be
Landscape Journals are laid out horizontally, coaxing your sketches, drawings, and writing to sprawl out with ease
Portrait Journals are laid out vertically, fashioned to be fabulous sketchbooks, notebooks, guest books, and scrapbooks.
They are large enough to capture all of your creative energy, and lightweight enough that you can bring them with you wherever you wander.
Stationery by Earth Journal Shop is the most thoughtful way to reach out to those you love. These one-of-a-kind captivating cards can relay whatever sentiment you want them to share.
With 3 cards and envelopes in each set, it's the perfect way to tell someone that you love them, are grateful for them, or are wishing them well.
Bookmarks are One-Of-A-Kind Works of Art in delightful strips! Everyone who reads should have a special marker to hold their place in a good book.
Treat yourself then give to your book club pals, friends, family, coworkers, etc. Original Art at $10 a piece is quite the gift! Give merrily!
"The art of Rachelle Eason is an invitation to explore the wonders of nature. Her creations are a kaleidoscope of color and texture that will enhance your appreciation of the natural world. We and our guests enjoy the work of Rachelle in our home."
-Ann & Walt Przygocki ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
For several years I have been enjoying Rachelle’s special art! Her reuse of flowers and plants in her work gives it a fresh natural aspect and is also eco-friendly. From the varied stains in the pages, to the imaginative front covers, to the colorful threads used to bind the spines, you can easily see she puts her heart into her work. Meeting Rachelle and obtaining some of her art has brought me much happiness and tranquility.
-Gayle Forry ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
If you desire the freshness of nature, but require that beauty to have longer life span than that of a fresh flower - Rachelle Eason journals are the perfect blend.
The most amazing flowers are magically transformed on to paper so that they can remain in your life or on your walls or desk. They transform paper into soothing piece of art that will pull you in.
You will be totally drawn to the journals but, understand that you will hesitate for a moment before you write the first word. Once you do, you will be hooked. Or…choose to frame a piece of this magical paper, and it will smooth your nerves for years to come. I say choose both.
-Marie Crofoot ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
The first time I saw a Rachelle Eason plant-stained journal I was moved in a way that I can't explain. Their beauty touched me like no other art has. Since my first encounter with them I have purchased at least a dozen, and plan on purchasing many more. Every time I can't decide what to give someone as a gift and I want to make it extra special, I give a Rachelle Eason plant-stained journal. It's the perfect, hand-made gift of art. One of my friends burst into tears at the beauty of her journal.
-Susie Jones ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Can I write in Earth Journals?
Yes! You can write, draw, and paint on the pages that are plant-stained and the pages that are hand-dyed. Pencils, pens, watercolors, gouache, acrylics, inks, etc, all work well!
Do the plant stains fade?
The stains are created through a boiling method using a mordant to preserve the colors on acid-free archival ragcloth paper. They are heirloom quality, may age naturally, and will last indefinitely, However, if exposed to the sun for an extended period of time, the stains will fade.
Do you use plants from your own yard?
Sometimes, but mostly I use plant elements that have served their purpose beautifying a space and heading toward their demise. My resources include the nurseries and greenhouses at Walt Disney World, nurseries serving local city and commercial landscapes, local florists, and local churches.
About Earth Journals
Earth Journals are one-of-a-kind paper stained with flowers and leaves
crafted by artist Rachelle Eason and created through a boiling method
honoring a little known form a plant-dying.