A beautiful greetings card by artist Kat Taylor Creates
In the Victorian era, friends and lovers sent secret messages through gifts of carefully considered flowers. Each flower had its own meanings and a combination of different flowers could send an elaborate message which could be translated using a secret dictionary.
The daffodil's meanings include: When will I see you again? | The sun shines when I'm with you | Sunshine | Stay as sweet as you are | Inner beauty | New beginnings | You're the only one I love | Love | Forgiveness
This A6 card featuring four daffodils and a bumble bee made from cut paper collage, is printed on 300gsm card stock with a Kraft envelope and carefully packed in tissue paper. the card is blank for your own message with an explanation of the Victorian language of flowers and the daffodil's meaning on the back.
Greeting Card size 10.5cm x 14.8cm
Blank inside for your own message
sent without a cellophane cover.
"Sustainability is very important to me and because my original work uses all recycled and found materials, all packaging is 100% recyclable and, where possible, made from recycled paper. I've taken the Naked Cards pledge"