What makes a birthday better than rainbows, unicorns, and being told how amazing you are? Party in a Book provides all of the above. The pages feature eight pop-up surprises (a unicorn, a pi ata, candles, a rainbow, a shooting star, and more) that transform the book into a cake topped with whimsical decorations. Take the jacket off, pop up the decorations, and turn this little book into an instant party for a desk or shelf The book also features fill-in prompts on the first page, to help you create a personalized birthday message letting friends know how awesome you think they are.
Check out the other books in this trademarked series: Happy Day: A Bouquet in a Book, Thinking of You: A Bouquet in a Book, Succulents in a Book, and Birds in a Book.
Ages 8 and up.
These inspiring notecards showcase 10 revolutionary women, from the first woman to win a Nobel Prize to the godmother of punk rock. Featuring the popular art from Bad Girls Throughout History, this set of notecards encourages women to leave their mark on any occasion.
Houseplant Jungle Greeting Assortment Notecards from Galison features lush and verdant art of designer and photographer Troy Litten. The boxed set includes 16 folded notecards featuring 8 designs of richly patterned, uniquely shaped, and surprisingly colorful houseplant leaves--from Litten's home Fueled by an appreciation and fascination with all forms of visual culture, communication, and expression, Troy collects, curates, and comments on the world he observes and experiences. He also has the good fortune to be born with a green thumb
This spirited collection features four wry observations from the father of American literature, Mark Twain. The cards are paired with envelopes with four designs, featuring historical images of life along the Mississippi and evoking the magical worlds of The Adventures of Tom Sawyer and Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Twain's classic tales that have delighted and inspired generations of readers and writers.
Known in his lifetime as Mountain John, no one did as much to foster appreciation for the natural beauty of the American landscape as John Muir. The Scottish-born naturalist walked thousands of miles across the United States, but loved, above all, California, the Sierra Nevada, and Yosemite. His prolific writings--three hundred articles and ten books--and passionate prose about nature and our place in it were read by millions of nineteenth century Americans, leading to the creation of our national park system. He also founded the Sierra Club, which carries on his program of conservation and preservation 125 years later. His words ring truer than ever today, potent reminders to protect the natural splendors of our land and to root our spirits in nature.
These inspiring notecards feature portraits of 10 powerful goddesses, from the Hawaiian goddess of fire, Pele, to the Chinese goddess of the Moon, Chang-O. Each card offers recipients ways to draw strength from the goddess pictured.
Walt Whitman, iconic American poet and stalwart in the worldwide literary canon, embodies what is best about America: exuberance, innovation, and an unyielding commitment to democracy. The seventh in our great thinkers series, the box and envelopes are printed with stunning imagery evoking his iconic first book, Leaves of Grass. The cards feature bold calls for living your best life.
Express your sentiment and your sense of whimsy with beautiful papercut note cards.
Indulge in beautiful papercut artwork to convey your birthday wishes, thank yous, and congratulations. Sarah Trumbauer brings her unique touch to original and highly detailed cut paper designs featuring delicate leaves, flowers, and landscapes. This set includes ten cards, five of each charming design. Envelopes are included.
Truth, Inspiration, Kindness Greeting Assortment Notecards from Galison feature the artwork of Anne Bentley's Inspired Life. The set includes 16 cards featuring 8 of Bentley's paintings to send expressions of friendship and encouragement such as "Be Kind Rain or Shine," "Hope Not Fear," "Love Lives Here," and "Progress Not Perfection."