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Clay Business Card or Recipe Card Holder - Made with a Real Geranium Leaf - Holds up to 50 cards

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Why have a boring plastic business card holder when you can have an interesting leaf instead?

I began making these holders a number of years ago. Pressing real leaves into clay and folding, bending, and coaxing them to keep their shape and not split or crack is a challenge that is not always successful. This cardholder is a Geranium leaf that is glazed in muted tones. It will hold about 50 cards at a time in 1 or 2 rows. A beautiful addition to any desk. Unique and one of a kind!

This item was hand created with stoneware clay, allowed to dry, and then fired in an electric kiln to cones 9/10 (high-range). Oxides and glazes were then applied that highlighted the best features of this item, and then it was returned to the kiln for a second, longer firing.

~~~~~~~~ Measurements ~~~~~~~~
Width: 7 1/2"
Depth: 5 1/2"
Weight: 9.5 oz
Colors: Soft green, gold & brown tones
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Thank you for viewing my artwork!

As every item is hand created and impressed from a natural object, it is unique and one of a kind and cannot be duplicated. It should provide a beautiful accent to any home or garden, and I hope you will enjoy it for many years.

For more beautiful clay inspired by nature, please visit my shop: www.SallysClay.com

Meet the owner of SallysClay.

Sally

Clay Business Card or Recipe Card Holder - Made with a Real Geranium Leaf - Holds up to 50 cards

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