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Thank You Printed Wood Postcard
Thank You Printed Wood Postcard
Thank You Printed Wood Postcard
Thank You Printed Wood Postcard
Thank You Printed Wood Postcard
Thank You Printed Wood Postcard
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Thank You Printed Wood Postcard

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From Little Gold Fox Designs
  
A Luna moth takes refuge in the shelter of a bouquet of lovely dark flowers.

The card is 4.25 x 5.5 inches (A2) printed on a flat .025″ thick piece of sustainably-harvested Birch veneer, with rounded corners. It comes with a Burgundy 100% recycled envelope. The back side of the card is blank and it can be written on with a ballpoint pen, gel pen, or pencil.

The card comes enclosed in a 100% plant-based biodegradable sleeve and has an informative card with logo, company info, sustainability info, and writing recommendations tucked inside the sleeve in back.
Due to the variable nature of real wood, there will be small distinctions, and possibly slight rippling or minor imperfections which give each item its own individual character.
  • Card measures 4¼ x 5½ inches (A2)
  • ♲ 100% recycled envelope
  • Printed on a flat, thin, and flexible sustainably-harvested 2-ply poplar veneer
  • Can easily be written on with a ballpoint pen, gel pen, or pencil
  • Not water-resistant or scratch-resistant

From the artist: Eco-Friendly Art for Lovers, Dreamers, and Tree Huggers. A love of nature inspires all that I do. I like to focus on the reverence of place and our connection to it, how we are literally made of the places in which we live. I think that people yearn for that connection, so I try to conjure the enchantment of the natural world and our relationship with it.