Plantable Products at 2005 American Music Awards (AMA)

What an honor! We at Botanical PaperWorks are so excited to be part of the 33rd annual American Music Awards (AMA). Produced by Dick Clark Productions, this awards banquet will broadcast all over the world and we have been chosen to contribute our handmade stationery products to the celebrity gift bags.

And what wonderfully eco products will be inside these gift bags you ask? We will be sending a selection of popular Christmas Holiday plantable stationery products, incluing gift tags and cards. Each embedded with wildflower or white spruce tree seeds, when planted in soil the stationery will grow into beautiful flowers and trees.

Some lucky recipients of these bags include host Cedric the Entertainer, presenters Toni Braxton and Nicole Richie, along with performers Gwen Stefani and Sarah McLachlan. Click here to view more plantable Christmas cards and favors.

Until then, we wish everyone well at the AMA's and hope all will love our eco-stationery as much as we do!

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