Paperblanks Fortuna Journal

Paperblanks Fortuna Journal

I remember one year my mum Father Christmas put a Paperblanks notebook in my stocking and I thought it was so luxury and grown up! It had a magnet fasting that I found really satisfying to snap shut.

I was recently sent a Fortuna notebook from the Via Romana range and even though I’m now actually a “grown up”, it still feels pretty luxurious. I would say that in general Paperblanks are a little fancier a style than I’d go for, but I do really like this range. Via Romana means “the Roman way of life”, but I think it has a bit of a Moroccan Vibe too.

Paperblanks Fortuna Journal

You can get these journals from Paperblanks in 3 sizes; mini, midi and ultra from £11.99 to £16.99. They come in lined or unlined.

Paperblanks Fortuna JournalPaperblanks are definitely all about the details. There is a page marker, an elastic band fastener, and a pouch in the back.

Paperblanks Fortuna Journal

It’s quite a bulky notebook, not really one for carrying around. But for that reason, I feel like this is a proper journal. The sort of book you’d take time to write your thoughts in. It already looks like a novel from the outside so it’s probably begging to be filled with your own story… It makes me wish I had something good to write! I think I’ll save this one and wait until I do.

For clarity, I was sent this journal free by Spreckly PR to feature in this post.


Oooh. I am liking the paperclips very much! (it’s always the little things that get me)

Posted 6 years ago by Belinda Reply

    Oh, me too!! I saw those paperclips in Harrods, and genuinely thought about them for about 6 months, until I went back and bought them!

It’s gorgeous

Posted 6 years ago by Megan Reply

That’s lovely! I’ve gone on a bit of a Paperblanks bender lately. This one might be one I add to my wish list.

Posted 6 years ago by Jen Reply

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