About the Pattern:
This pattern is called "Balsam Meadow" and it features bloodroot, trillium grandiflorum, bluets, goldenrod, cardinal flower, rue anemone, and aster.
About the Product:
This stationery set contains three wrap-around pattern cards, sized 4.25x 5.5 inches. It also includes 3 A2 sized envelopes made from sustainably forested papers. The clear “eco sleeve” packaging it comes wrapped in is commercially compostable.
AVAILABLE AS WALLPAPER
In addition to the stationery I make "in house," this pattern and many others are also available as wallpaper and textiles through my Spoonflower shop. There is a separate ordering process for those items, since I don't manufacture them in my home studio.
Here is the link to shop this pattern: https://www.spoonflower.com/collections/717695-balsam-meadow-by-katie_hayes
Instructions for Shopping Spoonflower:
Spoonflower is a Durham, NC based company that hosts a global marketplace where artists like me can upload artwork. Customers choose what patterns they want, and the products are made to order. Each month, I get paid royalties on the products that are sold using my artwork.
Tips for Navigating:
It's a BIG marketplace, and it can be overwhelming to find what you're looking for. If you want to stick with only my patterns, this link will take to directly to my shop.
Once you find a pattern you love, click on it, and scroll down the page where it says "also available as Wallpaper and Home Decor". You can then preview it on a number of different products before purchasing.
The products are manufactured in the US, in Fort Mill, SC, and Tempe AZ. Ethical manufacturing is very important to me, and to New South Pattern House brand.
Products are all made to order-- meaning they don't have rolls of my wallpaper just lying around--- it's all made to order, which I love because it cuts down on tons of manufacturing waste. It's good to keep in mind their time estimates before starting a project.
They have a separate help desk. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for questions about your order, sizing estimates for wallpaper (this blog post is also super helpful) and other questions/concerns.