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Bat Flower Press

Handmade Envelopes & Notecard Set ~ Natural

Handmade Envelopes & Notecard Set ~ Natural

Regular price $36.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $36.00 USD
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This unique stationary set is perfect for sending heartfelt notes. Using entirely upcycled matboard from the Museum of Modern Art, Bat Flower Press’ line of handmade notecards are a work of art all on their own.

Fiber & cotton handmade envelopes & paper are made in small batches from locally sourced recycled materials.

-100% recycled cotton paper made from matboard off cuts collected at The Museum of Modern Art and added rye fibers.

-Great for letterpress and stationers. Paper accepts ink and paint mediums. -Envelopes vary in weight, color and texture.

-Sold in set of 6.

-Made in Tarrytown, NY.

About the Brand: Bat Flower Press

Handcrafted paper & notecards made with 100% recycled cotton paper upcycled from mat-board off cuts collected at The Museum of Modern Art.

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