Egypt Papyrus Stationery
A native species of the Nile valley, the papyrus plant played an integral role in ancient Egypt. It's imagery is everywhere--from the pyramids, to the pottery, to the jewelry, to the furniture. And it was used to make everything--paper, baskets, sandals, mats, rope, blankets, tables, chairs, mattresses, medicine, perfume, food, and clothes. Papyrus was seen as a natural symbol of life itself. We were inspired to depict the papyrus plant in a cascading, modern pattern that is ever so delicately kissed with foil.
Card is blank inside.
-Card measures 3.5 x 4.875 inches
-Masterfully printed and foil stamped on Premium Vellum Ecru 100# cardstock
-Also available as a boxed set of six