Hope Notebooks Set Of 3
Set of three gift notebooks, each with coordinated artwork
*Foiled title accent
*64 lined pages in each notebook
*5″ x 7.5″; packed as a gift set with paper wrap band
*Hope & Future collection based on Jeremiah 29:11
*Grad gift idea
*For notes, dreams, prayers, and comments
Set of notebooks, small journals. Just the right size.
3 in stock
Compiled by: Christian Art Gifts
Published: March 2020
Publisher: Christian Art Gifts
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