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DIY wedding invitation - Plantable paper sheets in fuchsia pink, with a deckle edge - Made from recycled paper & flower seeds - DIY card

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Get your guests excited for your big day by sending them an invitation that can be planted to make a bed of wildflowers! These sheets of paper are made from recycled paper and more than 40 of the freshest non-GMO wildflower seeds. Simply lay a sheet of vellum over the handmade paper and tie together with ribbon, jute or raffia. Sheets measure approximately 5.5 x 8.5 inches each and fit perfectly into an A9 size envelope. They have the feathery deckle edge for which handmade paper is known. It's the perfect DIY project to cut down on the enormous expenses of planning a wedding.

Or you can use this seeded paper as stationery, to make your own plantable confetti, gift tags or place cards, or your own handmade cards. This listing is for the 5 hot pink sheets shown. Your order comes with the following playful planting instructions:

In this paper, little seeds lay asleep,
Waiting to be planted in soil 1/4 inch deep.
Water well then keep moist for 4 to 6 weeks.
Until little plants come out of the soil for a peek.
Many flowers will share their colors to the max.
Like purple cone flower, red poppy and blue flax!
© PulpArt.Etsy.com

I have been making paper by hand since 1992 and am very proud of the caliber of my product. All of my plantable papers are made from the freshest, highest quality seeds I can purchase — I never use hand-gathered seeds that might not pass quality control standards. Every batch of paper gets a generous scoop, ensuring the most germination possible. You can see them popping out of the paper in the photos! I use the best scraps that I can find, saturated with color. I never use any dyes or bleaches to create my paper - the color comes only from the scraps.

This paper has been made using recycled paper and 40 wildflower seeds. They ca can be planted in conditions ranging from full sun to half shade, and in soils from sandy, clay or acidic to moist or dry. Flowers will happily bloom from the Northeast to the Southwest, gardening zones 2-8. Take a look at the last photo to see my paper sprouting!

To mix and match all the sheets of my papers, go to https://www.etsy.com/shop/PulpArt?section_id=10662180

++++ I cannot ship outside of the United States because customs does not allow the export of live seeds.

To see everything in my shop, go to http://PulpArt.Etsy.com

----- Here's all "the dirt" on my plantable papers! -----
STORING YOUR PAPER: You can store your plantable paper in any cool (not freezing) dry place that is not subject to extreme temperature variations. Some products come packaged in an acid-free plastic envelope. If you will not be using your plantable paper for a while, please open the plastic packaging so the seeds can breathe. For best germination, you should plant your paper within 12-18 months of purchase.

PLANTING YOUR PAPER: To force your plantable paper indoors, simply moisten the paper until damp but not wet, put in a plastic jar and cover with plastic wrap. Place in a warm, sunny window and you will see little seedlings in about 2 weeks! If planting outdoors, wait until all danger of frost has passed, then rake the soil, scatter the paper onto the soil, cover with 1/4 inch of topsoil, water and keep moist until germination, approximately 6 to 8 weeks.

Frequently asked questions about PulpArt

I ship every day, Monday through Friday, via USPS First Class mail. I wait until the afternoon to take orders to the post office to capture as many orders as I can. (But I will go early in the day if my customer has a time issue like an Express Mail drop-off.) So it may take as long as 24 hours for your package to be shipped but it is often much less. And if you want to know a little secret, I live within walking distance from a post office so sometimes, and especially on nice days or if I have an errand to run, I will make a second trip to mail something if I get a sale late in the day. I often ship on Saturdays, even though I officially say that I ship Monday through Friday.
I do not wholesale my plantable products but I do wholesale my Petal People pressed flower art cards. Please inquire for more information.
Because of customs regulations for shipping live seeds to other countries, I do not offer international shipping on my plantable products but do ship my Petal People cards internationally.
Because I get so many donation requests, I have had to limit those charities to whom I donate. I now only donate locally, and to companies and charities with whom my family is directly involved.
Yes! However, I am very selective who I give my products to, and I don't give them very often. I will need proof of a certain amount of consistent readership, as well as evidence of cross-promotion on social media, and a well-established presence in either the crafting world, wedding market or another audience that hits my target customer base.
When I package up an order, I print a shipping label in my studio. Once the label is printed, an email is automatically sent with tracking info, but your package has not been shipped yet. When I drop off the package at the post office, it is scanned with the postal gun. The postal folks don't transfer that information from the gun to their computer system until after 5 pm when they upload the scans into their computer. It can still take a few more hours for tracking info to appear on the website. If you have been sent an email with tracking but it isn't showing up, just check back a few hours later or the next day.

DIY wedding invitation - Plantable paper sheets in fuchsia pink, with a deckle edge - Made from recycled paper & flower seeds - DIY card


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