Things I love (Nova Scotia edition).
These greeting cards feature hand-drawn illustrations printed on ‘tree-free’ wildflower seed paper. The seed paper is handmade in Canada using post-consumer materials collected from offices and schools - saving 10 tons of waste from Canadian landfills each year. When planted and watered, either in a pot indoors or outside in a garden, the paper decomposes and a wildflower blend including Birds Eye (annual), Clarkia (annual), Black-Eyed Susan (perennial), Catchfly (annual), Snapdragon (annual), and Sweet Alyssum (annual) grows. For best results, cards should be planted within 2 years.
- folded card (4"x5.25")
- blank inside
- paired with a coordinating envelope
- Planting instructions on back
- Digital print of watercolour and ink illustration
- Designed in Halifax, Nova Scotia
Halifax-based Jill & Jack Paper was founded by illustrator Jill Jackson. Jill is inspired by the idea that the work you do while you procrastinate should be the work you do for the rest of your life. Jill & Jack Paper is her attempt to make that happen. Jill creates witty and fun greeting cards and art prints that celebrate life on the East Coast of Canada. Jill is inspired by her family, home reno projects and all things pretty and paper.