How Wanda Showed Coworkers Support With Plantable Seed Cards

{case study} How Wanda Showed Coworkers Support With Plantable Seed Cards

Right now, good news and messages of encouragement are bringing us together, even while we have to keep physically apart. There are sofa singers in the UK, painted rainbow window murals in Quebec, music performances on balconies in France. Even a grandma started walking around New Brunswick dressed in a bunny costume.

It’s heartwarming to see the thoughtful ways people are spreading joy and staying positive at this time. That’s why we had to share the story of how our customer, Wanda, used plantable seed paper favors to spread some joy.

Wanda ordered customizable seed cards with the text “Hang In There!” and left them on the desks of colleagues to stay positive and hopeful.

“It gave me an opportunity to encourage people that there is hope and that life goes on. My hope is that they plant this and leave it on their desk as a reminder that this is not the end. I know I will be putting one on my workspace as a reminder to stay positive and hopeful.”

Wanda showed her support by leaving plantable cards with an uplifting message on the desk of coworkers.

After hearing about Wanda’s act of kindness, we wanted to offer more opportunities to bring joy to others through seed paper encouragement products.

If you’re looking for ways to reach out, support, and uplift your community, visit our encouragement card of the week page

There will be a new one each week, so keep coming back to get more inspiration.

Hang in there, stay positive, and stay connected.

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