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Cheeseplant leaf calligraphy place cards

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: Cheeseplant Leaf, Ink
  • Made to order
  • Favorited by: 33 people
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Add a Club Tropicana atmosphere to your party with cheeseplant leaf place cards! These really unusual place cards will wow your guests. You could also use these as table names as part of a centrepiece

Your guest's name will be lovingly handwritten in beautiful modern calligraphy on a real cheeseplant (Monstera deliciosa) leaf in either silver or gold ink.

Each place card has the option of first names only, or full names. Please note the surname will be written in small capitals under the first name.

So here’s how it works:

To order, just buy the number of place cards you need, choose your favourite ink colour in the drop down menu and send your list of names, as well as the date of your event in the 'notes to seller' box when you order.

Because these are real leaves, I will write and deliver them to you a few days before the event so that they are fresh, but you can order in advance. Please note I can only deliver to London Zones 1 or 2, but please contact me if you want to arrange a courier to collect them instead.

If you have any other kind of leaf/shell/ceramic/glass/random item you would like to use for your event, send me a message and we can have a chat!
Add a Club Tropicana atmosphere to your party with cheeseplant leaf place cards! These really unusual place cards will wow your guests. You could also use these as table names as part of a centrepiece

Your guest's name will be lovingly handwritten in beautiful modern calligraphy on a real cheeseplant (Monstera deliciosa) leaf in either silver or gold ink.

Each place card has the option of first names only, or full names. Please note the surname will be written in small capitals under the first name.

So here’s how it works:

To order, just buy the number of place cards you need, choose your favourite ink colour in the drop down menu and send your list of names, as well as the date of your event in the 'notes to seller' box when you order.

Because these are real leaves, I will write and deliver them to you a few days before the event so that they are fresh, but you can order in advance. Please note I can only deliver to London Zones 1 or 2, but please contact me if you want to arrange a courier to collect them instead.

If you have any other kind of leaf/shell/ceramic/glass/random item you would like to use for your event, send me a message and we can have a chat!

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