Find out why #Newsweek chose Botanical PaperWorks as their supplier of choice for #seedpaper products!

Make A Book You Can Plant With Seed Paper! As Mentioned In Newsweek

THANK YOU Newsweek for recommending Botanical PaperWorks as the supplier of choice for seed paper products!

We’re thrilled to be mentioned in this great article that showcases a unique idea for a book you can plant. We agree that our paper is perfect for such an innovative project and we absolutely LOVE to see seed paper making an impact and teaching children the importance of taking care of our planet.

Seed paper can be used for all kinds of things like wedding invitations, personalized stationery, memorial and promotional products, and yes, even in a book you can plant! The article in Newsweek showcases a creative book that grows called Mi Papá Estuvo en la Selva (My Father Was in the Jungle), which is embedded with jacaranda (a flowering tree) seeds. The mission of this book is to teach kids about natural habitats and preserving life by inspiring them to plant the book after finishing reading it.

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We're thrilled that #Newsweek chose us as the supplier of choice for #seedpaper products! Learn more about their creative plantable #book project made with #ecofriendly paper!

Want to create your own book you can plant?

Take a look at our wide variety of seed paper in over 25 designer colors that grow wildflowers, herbs or even veggies! With so much to choose from in both 8 1/2 x 11 and 11×17 plantable sheets, the possibilities for your creative book project are endless. And if you’re looking to create something for distribution, you can contact us for production help and ideas.

Browse through tons of seed paper promotional products by Botanical PaperWorks for your need creative idea.

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