Paperblanks 5-Year Snapshot Journal Poppy Field
Paperblanks 5-Year Snapshot Poppy Field Journal is the ideal way to capture those meaningful moments in your life. Take a snapshot of an important period in your life or track everyday experiences by jotting down quick notes and observations about your day. This Paperblanks 5-Year Snapshot Journal is bound to the highest standards, opens flat and is generously sized at 7 x 9 Inches. The cover design of this Poppy Field 5-Year Journal features a joyful fairy in a field of wild poppy by german artist Mila Marquis
- Hard Cover
- Dimensions 7 x 9 Inches
- 192 Pages in special Snapshot layout
- Sustainably sourced 120 gsm heavy quality paper
- Smythe sewn binding-Book opens flat
- Memento pouch on the inside back cover
- Ribbon page marker
- Elastic band closure
- ISBN 9781439744741
Suggestions for using a 5-Year Snapshot Journal
- Health & Fitness Tracking
- Gratitude Journaling
- Family Milestones
- College Experience
- New Career
- Career Change
- Tracking personal goals
- Gardening and weather goals
How to fill out a 5-Year Snapshot Journal
To start, turn to todays date and write in the year for the first entry. Fill in the first entry for on every page until the end of the year and then begin again at the second entry for todays date. Extra pages for notes for momentous occasions are available in the back. Follow this pattern until the journal is full of meaningful moments.
Using symbols can even allow for more information in minimal space without demanding a lot of your time.
Additional online resources
To help you get even more out of your 5-Year Snapshot journal Paperblanks provides a variety of downloadable booklets, plans and cheat sheets. Paperblanks/snapshots
About the artist Mila Marquis Cover Design
Mila Marquis's ethereal, joyous images are little bliss bombs for the spirit. Her art combines sparkling emotion and unashamedly sweet depictions of fairies, fawns and flowers that cajole even the heaviest spirits to soar. The artist uses a variety of media, including crayons, coloured pencils, gouache and acrylics, to create her small dreamscapes.
There is vast delight to be found in even the smallest of her precious and joy-inducing details. When asked if her work is a reflection of her personality, Mila responds that she loves it when she is down and her art brings her back to her "sweetest dreams." Mila lives with her family in the German port city of Hamburg.