I’m really excited today to show you something really unusual, beautiful and creative. Flowercard have collaborated with British designer, author and illustrator Lisa Stickley to produce a unique version of their floral gifts. If you aren’t already familiar with Flowercard, they have been perfecting the art of gifting for years, combining floristry with other traditional and modern ways of sending someone a card, be that for their birthday, anniversary or any other occasion. Through Flowercard, you can send a choice of flowers integrated in to a choice of different items, including a bottle, a teacup and a pretty tin box.
I’m here to show you one of their unique creations – the flower card. This is an actual greetings card containing flowers, and their recent collaboration with Lisa has produced a new series of designs. This is the Peach Frills design, featuring peach germini in a black and white card with Lisa’s classic black and white collar print.
What makes this even prettier is the addition of a chalkboard-style section of the card on which you can have your personalised message added to the recipient of the card. I love this little twist, being a fan of the chalkboard trend.
The card stands upright, and the flowers are inserted in to oasis inside. On the back of the card are care instructions, and you can use the little clear pipette provided to gently soak the oasis, keeping the flowers fresher for longer.
I love that the card also comes beautifully packaged in a box. I think these are perfect gifts for family and friends. If you have a special occasion coming up, why not combine flowers and a card together in to something more memorable?
There are lots of different designs to choose from, each with their own individual bouquet. Take a look at them here and let me know which you’d pick to send, and who you would send it to. Do you like the idea of flowercards?
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