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Jacinto & Lirio

Mini Refill Pocket Size Blank Notebook Journal Inserts

Mini Refill Pocket Size Blank Notebook Journal Inserts

Philippine Made Water Hyacinth Vegan Leather


All of our Kwaderno journal sleeves are refillable. Continue enjoying using the same sleeves with our Inserts. The sheets are watercolor and calligraphy ink-friendly, making it a perfect journal for artists. 


  • 97 x W8.89 x H0.76 cm
  • Plainkraft cover (feel free to design your own notebook cover using pastel, colored pens or watercolor)
  • 70 Leaves (140 pages)
  • Perfect bind
  • Blank cream paper


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Care Instructions

Cover may be damaged or scratched by sharp objects and edges.  Please store in a soft pouch or cover surfaces with cloth or thick paper when placing it into a packed bag.

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Mini Refill Pocket Size Blank Notebook Journal Inserts - Jacinto & Lirio


Simple and chic, our Inserts have 70 leaves of blank, unruled cream paper perfect for watercolor or ink. The plain cover allows for a more personalized look---design your own cover using colored pens or watercolor!


With a smaller carbon footprint and environmental impact lower than white paper, these papers are a perfect canvas to express your creativity.

About Jacinto & Lirio

Jacinto & Lirio means "Hyacinth and Lily"

J&L serves as a viable environmental, social, and commercial solution for the water hyacinth infestation plaguing several communities in the Philippines.

Through the creation of functional, well-designed, Philippine-inspired plant leathergoods, enables us to help with the growth of affected communities' livelihood and extend their craft together with our designers' works to the popular market.

Water Hyacinth Leatherization Process

  • 1. Harvesting

    Use a boat to harvest Water hyacinth from an infested river

  • 2. Cut the leaves and roots

    Preparing for thorough cleaning of the stalks

  • 3. Clean the stalks

    Making sure insects and other debris are cleaned off the plant.

  • 4. Drying

    The stalks can be hanged, sun-dried or machine dried.

  • 5. Scrape the fibers

  • 6. Flattening

    The stalks are flattened using a flattening machine.

  • 7. Stick Stalks to fabric

  • 7. Ironing

    Fabric is ironed with the pasted fried flat sheet

  • 8. Anti mold

    Anti mold preventive coat is applied

  • 9. Protective top coat

    A protective top coat is applied after the anti-mold layer dries

  • 10. Sewing

    The plant leather sheet is then sewed to the fabric.