Japanese artist Chiaki Morita grows Kōzo trees in her garden and transforms the inner bark into thin fibers used to make thick pulp that ultimately becomes washi paper. Each greeting card is made from naturally died indigo fibers on one side, while the other side is blank.
While cards are sorted based on theme, no two cards are exactly alike.
Includes an envelope for safe keeping.
Approximately 4 x 6 inches
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