Checking in on the Planted Carrot Seed Paper

Checking in on the Planted Carrot Seed Paper

Hello everyone, and happy Monday! I hope you all had a wonderful weekend.

Back in June, we took a peek into our employee Deanna’s back yard, and saw a whole bunch of growing carrot seed paper. The carrot tops had popped up already, and everything was looking really healthy.

So when I saw Deanna enjoying fresh garden carrots in her lunch the other day, I realized it was time for an update! The carrots from our seed paper are now fully grown (and extra delicious!). Take a look!

carrot seed paper carrots

We use carrot seed paper for all of the plantable menu cards that are part of our newest plantable wedding invitation collections (two hearts, birch, leaf and pinecone). They don’t need to be just for weddings though, be creative! With Thanksgiving coming up, how fun would it be to have a carrot seed plantable menu card at each place setting?

Learn more about this special paper made by Botanical PaperWorks that uses post-consumer materials and is embedded with seeds so that it will grow when planted!


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