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Amber Lotus Publishing


New — Planner Stickers from Katie Daisy and Gennine Zlatkis

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  • Fits inside front pocket of the On-the-Go Planner. 
  • Full-color, die-cut paper stickers. 
  • 6 unique 4.5" x 6.5" sheets per pack. 
  • Also fun for decorating cards, scrapbooks, journals, and more.

Our 2019-2020 Catalog Is Here

View our catalog online by clicking the image below. You can also download PDFs of the 2019-2020 Calendar and Greeting Card Catalog and Consumer Order Form.  

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New — Katie Daisy Flowers Always Journal

With Katie Daisy's inspiring artwork sprinkled throughout, this journal is perfect for recording your gratitude lists, meditations, prayers, poems, diary entries, or even your daily to-do list. Compact size (5" x 7") for your purse or backpack. Perfect bound layflat binding for ease and convenience. 192 lined pages. Colorful wildflowers, butterflies, bees, and nature motifs illustrated by Katie Daisy.

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New 2019 Calendar — Stoic Meditations

What is genuine happiness? How can it be discovered and lived? These are questions the Stoic philosophers of ancient Greece sought to answer. Their powerful insights have proven to be just as relevant today as they were 2,000 years ago. Far from being an obscure set of beliefs reserved for dusty books or discussions on [...]

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New 2019 Calendar — This Land Is Your Land

The movement to preserve America’s most remarkable wild spaces and to establish an endowment for future generations began in the 1860s. Visionaries recognized that these lands and historic places should be protected and cherished for all — “we the people” — to experience. Our connection to these public spaces is especially precious as the modern [...]

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New 2019 Calendar — Wild Woman Rising

Who is the wild woman? She’s the grit and grace inside that insists we claim our voice, trust our instinct, and fearlessly cast off forces that insist on perfection and oppression. She will not allow the plundering of the divine feminine or our natural resources. She will not be tamed. We crave her protection and [...]

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New 2019 Calendar — Super Foods

Superfoods — wonderful foods bursting with vitamins, minerals, nutrients, and other healthpromoting properties — add up to super benefits for your well-being. Fruits, vegetables, mushrooms, eggs, nuts, grains, and more can bring variety and depth of flavor to your dishes while propelling you to vibrant health. This calendar is a visual feast of farm-fresh foods [...]

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New 2019 Calendar — Bird Brains

Ah, birds — those winged wonders. We can only imagine the observations of humanity they glean from such great heights. The wise old owl, the mischievous rhea, and the elegant eagle are among the birds featured in this intriguing collection of black-and-white avian close-ups that will make your spirit soar. Internationally acclaimed photographer Wolf Ademeit seems [...]

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New 2019 Calendar — Now and Zen

The wisdom of Zen Buddhism and Ray Morimura’s modern take on East Asian woodblock prints are perfect partners. With his unique perspective and geometric forms, Morimura’s breathtaking depictions of Japanese landscapes draw us into a magical world of tranquil gardens, extraordinary temples, and quiet villages. These stirring prints, coupled with inspirational words from contemporary Zen [...]

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New 2019 Calendar — The People's Yoga

Experience the global connection of yoga in these striking photographs that highlight the serenity of stillness within the hustle, bustle, and grit of modern living. Dedicated yoga practitioner and photographer Robert Sturman captures everyday people and yogis from around the world in dynamic moments of this ancient practice. A woman stretching into Scorpion pose in [...]

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A single tree reduces carbon in the atmosphere for as long as it grows. So we plant a lot of trees: 875,000 and counting.