Sunflowers shift their gaze throughout the day following the sun. Tall, elegant and friendly, the sunflower also has a hidden strength: the ability to clean and heal the soil. As the sunflower quickly grows, it is able to absorb contaminants from oil to lead, even radiation.
Resilient and transformative, the sunflower can communicate messages of hope, joy, strength and healing. The original woodblock print of this sunflower was created by Julie de Graag in 1917, and is part of the Rijksmuseum collection in Amsterdam. The black lines on kraft cardstock convey simplicity, strength and elegance.
This is a digital download of a card design for you to print and prepare yourself for personal use. No envelope file is included.
You will receive a PDF intended to be printed on an 8.5x11'' sheet of kraft cardstock. The file includes trim and fold lines for you to follow. For best results, use a good quality paper and inks, score the cardstock before folding, and use a paper trimmer.
Due to monitor calibrations and printer settings, the colors may appear slightly different from monitor to print. Final print quality will depend on the printer type and the quality of paper. For best results, use matte card stock or send to a local printer.
Due to the digital nature of the item, we don’t accept returns, exchanges, or cancellations. Please contact me if you have any problems with your order. If you would like me to print the cards for you, please send a message and I can provide a quote for a custom order.