Pack of 100 Blank Cards | Recycled Paper Cards | Varied Colors | Small | DIY Business Cards | Gift Tags | Name Cards | Thank You Cards | HandMade Recycled
If you’re looking for an affordable option for invitations and stationary allow me to recommmend these beautiful hand-made blank cards that you can DIY.
***THIS LISTING IS FOR ONE PACK OF 100 BLANK CARDS***
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Are you looking for a practical, fast, affordable, eco-friendly and super elegant solution for your business cards? Something to set you apart from the others and show off your eco-responsible personality?
This is the perfect fit for you:
Entirely hand-made from 100% recycled paper, with botanicals and mixed colors. Perfect as a stamped or letterpress business card or tag. Ideal for wedding place cards, florist’s message card, romantic messages, RSVP cards, funeral attendance card, etc. This paper has a great texture to write on with pencil, pen, marker, callygraphy nib, and even go through a deskjet home printer.
This box is mixed and each box varies. Some cards will be thicker than others, the colors are chosen at random and the edges are deckled. The flower pattern varies from one another.
Each card is original and unique and has a strong stamping and writing surface. The natural pigmentation of the plants may alter the color of the paper as well.
The cards are made from 100% recycled paper, sprinkled with natural petals or leaves.
The cards are hand-made, sun and air dried (no heat is used to speed the process). I only use flowers that have naturally fallen from the bush, so my cards are 100 % eco-responsible and plants are not harmed in the process.
THESE CARDS ARE BLANK, NOT PRINTED. FOR PRE-STAMPED CARDS CLICK HERE
Please feel free to contact me regarding custom requests.
⇝ TECHNICAL INFO
Aprox 90-100 gsm paper
⇝ SIZING INFO Available Sizes:
↳ approximately 5 x 7cm. (2 x 3 inches)
* please note that all cards are deckled edged and hand measured so there might be a slight difference in size.
Learn how to DIY these cards in your own home printer, watch my tutorial here