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There's a cult following obsessed with Marian McEvoy's (aka Gust the Poodle) pressed flower compositions. We fell under its spell as well. This masterful and naive composition of pressed poppies is certain to pop anyone's day when they receive a note from you.
Conversation Sparker: Pressed flower practice, called oshibana, dates back to 16th century Japan. In fact, samurai warriors were said to have created oshibana as one of their disciplines to promote patience, harmony with nature and powers of concentration. Through trade, the art form spread to Europe culminating in the height of popularity during the Victorian era. Princess Grace Kelly, a practitioner, promoted the artform worldwide.
Personalize your note cards by adding your name to the marquee as a gift to yourself, or for someone else. Marian McEvoy's 'Pressed Poppies' features 2 images, exquisitely printed on cold-press watercolor paper made for The Punctilious Mr. P's Place Card Co.
Adding your personalized name at the top of the marquee is always complimentary, but for a small upgrade, you can have your return address printed on the back of the envelope. We'll print it in ALL CAPS exactly as you type it in the field below. If you need to see a proof, please select "—WITH PROOF."
A handwritten note is the fingerprint of a connection between two people. Like fingerprints, each note and sentiment is unique. This is why your choice of stationery holds significance. It's hard to clutch an email to one's heart, or pin your cell phone to your board and get lost in reverie. The handwritten note card tells someone special that you've taken the time to pen your thoughts to paper. Today, sending a handwritten note is more meaningful than ever.
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Did you know that you can now order any theme with Menu Cards and Buffet Tags to coordinate with your place cards!