A collection of illustrated wooden and paper products that can make thoughtful gifts.
About the product:
A cute hand-illustrated, wooden plant label to place alongside your baby plants.
Overall length of the label : 5 inches (approximately)
Thickness : 1/4 inch
The piece is sturdy yet lightweight. About an inch of pointed arrow edge is carved at the bottom for easy insertion in the soil.
1)Since these labels remain in moist soil all the time, a double coat of finish is applied to avoid absorbing water. However, over time (more than 2-3 seasons)as the outer coating peels away, the wood might begin to disintegrate.
2)Please note that if you order more than one piece you will notice slight variations in the illustration and text because each piece is hand-done separately.
Shipping and Delivery:
Ships within 2-3 days from date of order.
Delivery takes 2-7 business days depending on your location.
Please check all our other plant labels and if you need something more specific for your plant/garden, write to us on email@example.com and we will take your requirement.
Hello there ! Thanks for stopping by !
I'm Soundarya Gottapu, founder and illustrator behind Paper Garden. I love making things with my hands, experimenting with different mediums and understanding how they interact with each other. It all started with paper being my primary canvas for illustrations which I'm now extending to other materials.
Paper garden was created with a vision of bringing different illustrated materials into one basket. Wood and paper are the materials we are working with currently. What keeps us driven as a creative company is discovering the most suitable technique to work with a specific material from start to finish. A technique that involves the 'process of hand drawing' in at least one stage of its making. Our paper products begin with hand drawn illustrations while our wooden products are made using a technique called pyrography - where the illustration is manually burnt onto the wooden surface. We aim to explore more materials and techniques for our illustrations as we go forward.