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Art Deco in Design

Themes as Unique as You

Within this collection, you’ll find four themes, each designed to resonate with a different facet of your identity:

  • Dog Lover: If the companionship of a loyal dog warms your heart, this theme is a tribute to the joy and love they bring to your life.

  • Lady of the House: For those who see their home as a canvas, a place to curate beauty and create moments, this notebook is your canvas. Chronicle your inspirations, designs, and visions as you weave your creativity into the very fabric of your surroundings.

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Female Explorer: Embark on a journey of self-discovery and embrace the unknown with this theme that encourages you to step out of your comfort zone.

Female Traveler: For those with wanderlust in their hearts, this theme beckons you to explore the world and document your journeys, both internal and external.

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Origins and Flourishing of Art Deco

With its origins rooted in the late 1910s in France, Art Deco flourished during the 1920s and early 1930s. This movement, with its confident departure from the organic and flowing designs of Art Nouveau, quickly captured the imagination of artists, architects, and creators around the world.

Art Deco’s reach extended far beyond its birthplace. It made its mark across the continents, becoming an international style that echoed the spirit of progress and cultural dynamism. From the United States to Europe and beyond, Art Deco buildings and designs became the embodiment of a new era—one characterized by bold statements and an unapologetic embrace of modern materials.

Art Deco works were symmetrical, geometric, streamlined, often simple, and pleasing to the eye.  This style was in contrast to avant-garde art of the period, which challenged everyday viewers to find meaning and beauty in what were often unapologetically anti-traditional images and forms.

Celebration of Women: Art Deco often celebrated the modern woman, depicting her as confident, fashionable, and independent. While the Art Deco movement wasn't the sole inspiration for Georgia O'Keeffe's art, it existed in the same cultural and artistic context, contributing to the overall creative atmosphere of the time.

A Tribute to Elegance

This collection showcases four exquisite covers inspired by the elegance and glamour of the Art Deco era.

These covers aren’t just designs; they’re timeless pieces of art that celebrate the strength and beauty of women from that period.

I want each cover to encapsulate a certain spirit of that time while inviting you to make your mark in the present.

Use these notebooks as your playground for creativity and let your imagination to take flight.

The dot grid format is meant to offer structure while encouraging your ideas to flow freely.

Journey Within the Pages

In a world brimming with mass-produced items, I hope owning one of these print on demand notebooks brings a little magic into your daily life.  

Each notebook is produced by a professional printer only when an order is placed.

These products from my shop are more than just mere stationery; I dare say they’re a portal for your inspiration to burst forth!

You’re embracing the courage it takes to shape your world, one page at a time : )

Live Your Unique Odyssey

Say yes to these carefully curated designs that speak to your soul.

Say yes to the courage to create your own world.

Say yes to a collection that’s more than paper and ink—say yes to one or all these notebooks that is the embodiment of your beautiful journey. 

Thanks so much for popping in and checking out my website.

I genuinely hope you’ll discover a notebook you adore – whether for your own use or as a thoughtful gift for someone special!



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