Gold on Natural

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Notecard Set with Box -  Gold Screen print on Brown

Notecard Set with Box - Gold Screen print on Brown

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15.95

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We all know how special it is to receive a hand written note/card/thankyou/invitation in the post! So why not treat yourself to this set and start spreading the smiles!

Our boxed stationery notelet sets are a beautiful and practical gift idea. Every aspect of these products are handmade ~ from the Lokta paper itself to the screen printed designs and even the boxes too!

Our Notebook Box sets have a subtle paisley design screen printed on the lid of each box. Several design and colour options from which to choose.
The Lokta Envelopes come with Gold lining.

  ✿   15 Lokta notelets and 15 matching lined envelopes ~ all in a beautiful screen printed Lokta box
  ✿   Stunning hand screen printed designs in attractive shades
  ✿   Box size 19cm x 13cm x 5cm
  ✿   NSH2907 - Silver on Red
  ✿   NSH2911 - Gold on Chocolate
  ✿   NSH2910 - Silver on Purple
  ✿   NSH2902 - Pink on Natural
  ✿   NSH2901 - Gold on Natural
  ✿   NSH2903 - Blue on Natural
These items are shipped directly from More Than Bags and will normally be shipped the same day as ordered.

  ✿   Postage is only £1.95 on this item - regardless of how many you order

Any questions, please just email us at deliveries@itmustbegreen.co.uk and we will be happy to confirm availability and confirmation of postage date.
Lokta paper is a 100% sustainable resource as it is made from the bark of a plant which grows high in the Himalayas. This unique paper is made in the Himalayas in Nepal. Completely free from any chemical treatments. There is no bleach or chlorine used in the making of this paper - making it totally natural. The soil in which the plants are grown is 100% organic. The Lokta plant from which this tree-less paper is made is only found at an altitude of 6,500 to 10,000 feet in the Himalayas, and the plant bark only is used ensuring that the plant continues to grow - therefore making it completely sustainable.