Intention Journal | NiLu.

Intention Journal

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This Intention Journal by Aya Paper Co. is the perfect place for you to write down your intentions, organize plans for your business, or as a daily journal. Choose between lined or unlined pages.

Details:

  • 100% recycled with crisp lines and a minimal design
  • Size: 5.5 x 8 inches
  • 100 pages, wire binding
  • Printing Specs: Printed digitally with 100% non toxic toner on 100% PCW Recycled, PCF Chlorine Free paper

Aya Paper Co. is a sustainable stationery brand that creates greeting cards and gifts to celebrate the people and moments that matter most.

When Founder and Creative Director SaVonne Anderson began conceptualizing plans for Aya, the well-being of the earth was at the front of mind. As an advocate for environmental justice, she wanted to ensure that Aya Paper Co. didn’t perpetuate issues like climate change and pollution, which disproportionately impact communities of color.

Aya's collection is defined by neutral earth tones, minimalist illustrations, and modern typography. The collection emphasizes cards for everyday occasions—birthdays, congratulations, love, friendship, and sympathy—while also creating seasonal items for the Winter Holiday Season, Valentine’s Day, Women’s Month, Mother’s Day, Father's Day, and more.  Sentiments range from inspiring and poetic to lighthearted and humorous. In addition to cards, Aya has produced notecard sets, journals, tote bags, and candles.

Since launching in July 2019, Aya Paper Co. has been featured by Allure, Architectural Digest, E!, and more. With a burgeoning social media following, customers in nearly every state, and an expanding stockist list, Aya reaches audiences far and wide.

All paper products are made with 100% recycled material, and sourcing information can be found on each product page.

 

Shipping Made Easy

Place an order with us by 12 PM ET and we'll hand it to a carrier  (UPS or USPS) same business day or next the latest (DHL).    

Yup, you will get another lovely NiLu notification when your order has shipped. 

Yup, you’ll get a 500-digit tracking number (joking) to see where that damn package is at.

Yup, expect delays when selecting USPS.  Overall we've been fortunate and lucky with USPS service but its not guaranteed. 

Yup, we’ll let you know that all important “order by date” to meet holiday rush.  Check here for shipping updates.

Nope, we can’t guarantee delivery dates but carriers offer appropriate service options.   Choose wisely

Absolutely!  We'll work with you and the carrier to address damaged, lost or stolen during transit.    Remember choose wisely.

Warning: USPS Media.   This delviery option It does not include insurance or means to recover lost, stolen or damaged items.

In-Store Pickup

You can skip the shipping fees with free local pickup at 191 Malcolm X Blvd Harlem New York between 119th and 120th street.

After placing your order and selecting local pickup at checkout, your order will be prepared and ready for pick up within 1 to 2 business days.   

Call us during business hours to inquire about same day pick up.   We will do our best to accommodate you.   We will send you an email when your order is ready along with instructions. 

Our in-store pickup hours are 12 PM to 7 PM on Tuesday 

Domestic Shipping Rates and Estimates

For calculated shipping rates: Shipping charges for your order will be calculated and displayed at checkout. 

Local Delivery

At this time, we do not offer Local Delivery.   We did local delivery when we ran a floral shop and wasn’t pretty.   Feel free to send an uber or friend over to pick up your order.

International Shipping

We offer international shipping.  Provide the address and choose international carrier.

Your order may be subject to import duties and taxes (including VAT), which are incurred once a shipment reaches your destination country.

NiLu is not responsible for these charges if they are applied and are your responsibility as the customer.

Why choose us?

Cause We believe

black and brown makers need more representation in media and retail.

it’s possible to provide a retail experience that’s appealing to a variety of backgrounds and races. 

conscious shoppers care about the meaning and impact of the products they buys.

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