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----- Why this word? -----
Himdag is a word of the Tohono O’odham Nation in Arizona and northwest Mexico. Though there is no equivalent in English, we can come close by saying himdag is about a respectful relationship with mother earth and all beings. It describes all aspects of their culture: storytelling, music, games, crafts, ceremonies, hunting and harvesting; and the spiritual, physical, emotional and physical health of the people and the land.
----- Details -----
Material: 100% recycled heavyweight 280gsm (about 103lbs) brown kraft card
Size: A6 (roughly 105mm x 148mm or 4.1 x 5.8 inches)
Quantity: 12 cards
----- Eco-credentials -----
This paper is 100% recycled paper made out of 100% post consumer waste. So it is as green as it gets.
These cards come packaged in a 100% recycled kraft paper bag secured with 100% biodegradable hemp twine. Perfect for giving as a gift too!
Due to the recycled nature of the paper, some slight colour and size variations can occur (speckling of recycled flecks are sometimes visible in the paper). This is totally normal and adds to the charm of this paper.
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Packaged in a bubble mailer (or a sturdy brown cardboard mailer for larger orders).
Ship via Deutsche Post standard mail. If you wish to add a tracking option, please contact me. Visit my Policies page for shipping time estimates.
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These cards are a collaboration between PaperPapelPapier & MotherTongues. Visit MotherTongues here: http://www.mothertongues.com/. Design and construction all done by Annabelle H (that's me!) © Paper Papel Papier. All rights reserved.