Waratah, Mini Card
Braw Paper Co.
Regular price $3.95
Australian Native Wild Flower Range
The name waratah comes from the Eora Aboriginal people, the original inhabitants of the Sydney area. It means 'red flowering tree'.
Indigenous Australian legends feature the waratah strongly, and Indigenous people used the flower in a number of ways, including as a medicinal tonic for children and by infusing water with the flavour of the blooms to create a sweet drink.
Good things certainly come in small packages when it's our super cute mini cards celebrating our beautiful native Australian fauna and flora.
Blank inside and perfect for letting a loved one know you are thinking of them, whatever the occasion!
Designed and printed in Perth, Western Australia onto 100% recycled 300gsm card, using vegetable-based inks.
Each card measures 9.5cm square when folded and comes with a 100% recycled kraft envelope in a sealed recyclable cello sleeve for protection.