These House Plant Postcards feature original paintings of 4 house plants, printed on smooth recycled silk card. Each postcard showcases a popular houseplant: the Swiss Cheese plant, the Rubber plant, a Fiddle-leaf fig and a Maranta Prayer plant.
The original watercolour illustration is complemented with a soft pink banner that includes the common household plant names, as well as the botanical name for each plant, each written in beautiful hand lettering. In case you wanted to brush up on your latin and botanical knowledge, can you guess which plant is which?
Ficus elastica robusta
These detailed house plant illustrations are wonderful to send to friends with your own handwritten message, to check in and say hello. Send your note in the post, just because you're thinking of them to brighten up their day, who doesn't love a surprise snail mail?!
Each postcard design is sure to be loved by any houseplant addict, plant lover or self-certified Plant Mamma. Postcards are handy to pop on the wall with a little washi tape, or add to the fridge. These house plant postcards can also be added to an A6 frame to create a special plant keepsake gift.
Each beautifully illustrated postcard has been created to send positive, calming energy to someone who could do with a reminder to slow down and appreciate the little things in life, like beautiful nature!
Sunshine for Breakfast postcards are printed on beautiful recycled silk card, which has a slight sheen to help the colours gently pop. If you’re a stationery lover, you’ll adore the perfect smooth card that is glorious for writing on with markers and biros alike!
Each Sunshine for Breakfast postcard is:
Sized approximately A6, 10.5xm x 14.8cm
Printed in the UK on recycled silk card stock
Printed double sided, with a beautiful illustration on one side and a standard postcard design on the reverse (with space for a message, address and stamp).
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Sunshine for Breakfast products are posted by Royal Mail First Class delivery.