American Journey Hardbound Watercolor Journal

Item ID
AJ911580
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Each wirebound American Journey Watercolor Journal is filled with 20 pages of natural white 140 lb. cold pressed watercolor paper. Acid-free and archival.
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American Journey Hardbound Sketchbooks and Watercolor Journal are quality hardback books with spiral bindings that lie flat for ease of use. These attractive art books are sturdy companions for your everyday adventures and for special trips, ready to capture your inspiration and ideas. They’re ideal for both preparatory work and as visual journal volumes that chronicle your art journey.

Hardbound Watercolor Journal - Each landscape format watercolor journal contains 20 pages of natural white 140 lb. cold pressed watercolor paper made from high quality alpha-cellulose that's acid-free and archival. Sized internally and externally.

More Information
Brand American Journey
Color Natural
Color Family White
Size 12" x 9"
Style Landscape
Per Pack 1
Paper Weight 140 lb.
Texture Cold Press
Sheets 20
Binding Wirebound
No. 911580

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