Attic Journals began on a Saturday morning in May of 2004 after stumbling across a beautiful tattered book at a garage sale in San Luis Obispo, California. I'd been in the market for a new journal for about two weeks and was also looking for a gift for a friend. I couldn't find anything that was worthy of her eclectic taste or that would inspire me to share the stories of my life.
So, that morning after discovering that old book, we recycled its pages and the rest, as they say, is history.
Our commitment to excellent craftsmanship means you get a good product and we feel good about what we're doing. Attic Journals are made from hardbound vintage books, children's books, and cookbooks. We also have a special place in our heart for old hymn books and text books. Each one is made to last with a high quality wire binding, containing 75 pages of 24 pound unlined white paper.