Tarot Journals

I wanted to share one of my more popular notebook products – tarot journals. I had no idea before I started making them just how hot they would be.

I have more than 20 options now in my shop. Several feature the same design with differences in sizes or interior options. I offer 6″x9″ as a carry-around size and 8″x10″ for use at home. The interiors offer you either a three-card read as in the image above or a single-card read.

All the journals have space for you to mark the card or cards you drew for the day. You can draw the card or use a symbol to represent it. There’s a page at the front of the book for you to mark the particular symbols you’ve decided to use for each card.

Single-card draw pages

If you use more than one deck in your daily tarot readings, there’s a place for you to make note of that. You can write down your specific question of the day or general thoughts for what you’re trying to answer.

There’s a space for you to write your interpretation of your card or cards. In the front of the diary, I have a chart that gives the most common interpretation of each card.

Lastly, there is a place for the end of the day where you can capture your thoughts. This might be how you saw the reading play out during the day or whether your interpretation at the end of the day is different from that of the beginning.

You can mark the date for each reading so this doesn’t have to be used for daily draws. You might only consult the cards when something big is about to happen.

Tarot Journal Cover Designs

Mandalas are common cover theme in my store, like the purple and blue one pictured at the top. I’ve interpreted them several different ways so there’s a style for just about anyone.

These make a great gift for the spiritualist in your life.

My most popular tarot journals

In the things I stumbled upon category would fall one of my more popular items – tarot journals. Crazy! I had no clue there would be such a demand for these.

The insides of the tarot diaries are set up the same, with space for either one or three card draws. You can draw your card or symbol, add the question you were seeing to answer, how you interpret the card and an end of the day reflection on how it fit the day.

I’ve developed a range of covers with tarot-appropriate images such as the moon, trees, paths and mandalas.

Far and away the most popular design I have is this gold mandala on a navy blue texture. I have it in two sizes – 8″x10″ and 6″x9″ – with 110 pages of the single-card draw style. The larger size is the more popular, which makes sense as this isn’t the kind of journal you’d carry around with you all day.

The books feature a glossy soft cover with 55 gsm paper. Perfect bound and made in the USA.

tarot diary single card draw journal pages
A look at the inside pages of the tarot diary.