Botanical Beauties & Beasties

GREETING CARD-The Twins, blank

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Vaboom and 

Maggie and Twins

Vaboom 
is extremely organized and lives to understand language, especially the layers of double meanings. This is great  “job” for her part of which is to keep track of ALL the new words that come into the Land of Botaniumus. Her title is New Word Tracker. She has great fun listening to everyone while enjoying time in cafés, shops, the woods, or wherever she may be. As she finds/hears the words she loads them up into her (recycled of course) shopping bags to carry them back to her home office. (Mixed floral)

Maggie and her pet Runcus: 

Maggie shops and plays with her pet named Runcus.   She has a very big heart and epitomizes the word “kindness.” Those shopping bags hold surprise gifts for anyone who needs a reminder of gentleness, generosity and goodwill. Rancus is a happy little guy who follows along. 

(Mixed floral)

Printed on an FSC certified stock*, each card is satin coated on the outside for great color and uncoated inside for you to write a message. High quality paper and printing with a nice clean fold. Each card includes a white envelope. Card size is 4.13" x 5.82" - front with image, back with logo, inside blank.

Ecofriendly: FSC credited. PH neutral. 100% recycled. Green Paper.

*FSC certification is a voluntary, market-based tool that supports responsible forest management worldwide. FSC certified forest products are verified from the forest of origin through the supply chain. The FSC label ensures that the forest products used are from responsibly harvested and verified sources.

Each card is an original design, which is under the copyright of ©Botanical Beauties and Beasties. 

Watermark will not be on final product.



Greeting Cards

Welcome

The Botanical Beauties & Beasties are delighted to see you here. We are Art with a message of Kindness, to each other, oneself and the planet. ----------------- Please understand that at times if I am out of stock on an card image I will email you and see if suitable alternative images can be used. Thanks.