Botanical Postcards - Set of Four in Blue - Nature Inspired Floral Flower Papercut Designs

Botanical Postcards - Set of Four in Blue - Nature Inspired Floral Flower Papercut Designs



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  • Handmade
  • Materials: 350gsm card stock, ink

This listing is for a set of four botanical postcards (blue series). The set includes the following images: Rhodochiton volubile, Cornus florida (Dogwood), Fritillaria persica, Centaurea cyanus (Cornflower).

Each postcard is 105mm x 148mm (4.13" x 5.82") in size, and printed on 350gsm card, which is finished with a gloss laminate on the image side, with space for your message on the reverse.

The card stock is sourced from sustainable forests and is acid, lignin and chlorine free.

Send a message to someone - happy new year, thank you, happy birthday, congratulations, thinking of you... or brighten up your desk or pin it to your noticeboard for inspiration.
The postcards also look fantastic framed, either individually or in groups so how about brightening up that empty corner or boring bookshelf with a little bit of colour?

Your postcards will be shipped to you in a rigid board backed envelope.

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Reviewed by Anonymous Feb 4, 2012

5 out of 5 stars

Beautiful elegant work. Highly recommended seller! Thank you :)

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