Your Cart is Empty

The Wild Journaling Set

Journaling is a powerful tool towards well-being. Putting pen to paper is theraputic and enjoyable. Even more so with the right tools. A fountain pen ensures your words flow smoothly and eye catching journals are the perfect place for them. 

The Wild Journal Set combines a limited edition Paradise pen with Wild Unknown notebooks. This incredible kit rounds out to include an e-guide "Journaling 101" to help you get started. The experience is sure to please. 

Harness the power of the written word and begin your journey to a calmer you. Self expression is key to wellness. This kit is terrific for you or someone who could benefit from a new healthy habit.

Select your color fountain pen and nib size below. You will be emailed a link to download your guide when your kit is mailed.

The Wild Journaling Set specifications: 

The Wild Unknown Notebook Set: Kim Krans' iconic art from the New York Times bestseller The Wild Unknown Tarot. Capturing the mysteries of the natural world and the animal kingdom, each beautiful notebook features gold-foil stamping against striking ink and watercolor illustrations invite you to write, sketch, reflect, and take note. Includes 2 foil-stamped blank notebooks.

PARADISE COLLECTION: JR Fountain Pen. The “J” was the original Esterbrook’s sleek and suave, classic pocket pen from the 1940’s and 50’s. Then it was the perfect pen for both men and women, and it still is today.  Elegant and unfussy in design, it is compact in size, so you can always have one on hand wherever you go. Yes, you can cap this sweet pen! Offered in three limited edition colors, Lemon Twist, Orange Sunset and Blue Breeze. Cartridge and Converter included.

Journaling 101 e-bookThere are many ways to journal and you can try a few of our getting started favorites. It is a wonderful place to begin a life-long practice.


    Color & Nib Size
    Lemon Twist with F nib
    Blue Breeze with Fine Nib
    Blue Breeze with Medium Nib
    Orange Sunset with Medium Nib
    2 items left