Green Gifts Guide
Welcome to the Summer 2014 edition of the Botanical PaperWorks Green Gifts Guide. To help simplify your summer gift-giving, we've compiled an eco-friendly selection of seed paper products all under $20!
Make your party memorable with a variety of seed paper products. Your guests will be impressed when they realize the coasters will grow wildflowers when planted. Or maybe wine tags are more your style - they will also sprout wildflowers. Looking for a gift? Botanical PaperWorks has that covered too, with plenty of plantable paper gifts to choose from.
Looking for that perfect gift for the host? Look no further, and order some seed bombs – available with both wildflower and herb seeds. Or maybe they would like a plantable journal or a plantable notepaper set, both will grow wildflowers!
Are you getting married this summer, or even just hosting a party? Plantable confetti can add that extra perfect touch. Spread it out on the table, give out to your guests, or throw it in the air. This confetti is eco-friendly, grows wildflowers when planted, and is available in many colors.
With the school year nearing to a close, we start to think about what to get for the teachers in our lives. Your child’s teacher will be sure to feel appreciated when they receive a set of pocket notebooks or Pocket Garden Pack. Don’t forget to say thank you with a plantable greeting card.
If someone in your life is achieving the important milestone of a graduation, celebrate it with a one of our plantable paper graduation products. Say congratulations with a seed paper greeting card, or spread the love with a graduation favor, both will grow wildflowers when planted.
Summer is a time of celebration, whether it’s for an upcoming wedding, or perhaps a Baptism, or Holy Communion. We have favors for almost any occasion, especially since you can easily customize each one. Not to mention, they will grow wildflowers when you plant them.
Want more ideas and inspiration? We're always posting DIY and crafts, inspiration boards and more over on the Botanical PaperWorks blog. Keep checking back often for all the other great ideas to come.