Patterns in Nature, Rainforest Leaves, Flower Drawings Inspire Greeting Cards

Patterns in Nature, as seen in shapes of rainforest leaves and colourful tropical flowers, developed into attractive designer greeting cards.

Jill Booth had designed a series of silk scarves, featuring photographs, paintings and drawings of flowers from her tropical garden. Colourful croton  leaves and sections of abstract paintings added to this mixed media collage design effort.

Small sections of the scarves looked exciting as giclee prints or as artistic greeting cards, so they were scanned, cropped and printed, to make very special cards, using high quality inks and card, at Lotsa Printing’s headquarters in Port Douglas.

Choose from twelve tropical flowers cards.

These tropical flowers cards, which feature striking patterns in Nature, may be purchased in bundles of twelve - the complete range - or you may select any six. Alternately, if just a few designs are your favourites, please select those.

Layout of cards: The cards fold, with the image on the front and brief information on the back, as seen on this sample frangipani card. The inside is blank so you may write your personal message.

1 - Deep Blues

2 - Bright Contrasts

3 - Deep Pinks

4 - Coffee Beans

5 - Red Frangipani

6 - Crotons

7 - Abstract Heliconias

8 - Azalea and Friends

9 - Cream Frangipanis

10 - Poinciana, Hibiscus

11 - Golden Dewdrop

12- Bougainvillea



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