Botanical PaperWorks Plantable Products Featured in My Real Life Reviews

How wonderful! Botanical PaperWorks’ plantable products have just been featured in My Real Life Reviews. A blog written by a British Columbia native who writes about products and services she has personally used and gives her honest and true review of each.

Looks like our seed paper passed with flying colors! The blog comments on how diversified the products are, and how many of them can be personalized to make special, memorable gifts. Geraldine the author of the blog goes on to rave about her favorite plantable product, our Plantable Think & Write & Grow Journals. Not only can you buy these journals for yourself to write your thoughts, ideas, and dreams, but we offer journals as Promotional Products as well. These promotional seed paper journals allow one to put their company logo and website on the cover and back of the book. You can choose one of our stock designs or create your own.

Each eco journal, whether corporate or for yourself include 150 lined recyclable pages with a plantable cover and back embedded with wildflower seeds. Once you have written away through all the pages, you can plant the seed paper and watch the wildflowers bloom!

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