The best way to adhere your specimens to your Herbarium pages is to use an acid free tape or glue. Some people use cloth tape for herbarium specimens, but acid free clear tape or glue works really well and doesn't become the focal point. You can find clear, acid free tape and glue readily available at your local craft store.
Katie combines her hand drawn and graphic illustrations to create her designs and patterns. She uses multiple tools and programs to find the right balance, often times using her photography, hand drawn illustrations and her computer simultaneously.more »
All of our paper is FSC certified and is made from 100% post-consumer waste (PCW), which means that no new trees are used in the making of our paper products! By all of our paper, we mean ALL of our...more »
We are currently not accepting custom orders; however we’d love to hear what products or designs you’re interested in. Please contact us with what you have in mind and we’ll let you know if there’s anything in the works. ...more »
Flour Sack Cotton originated in the 1800s from the invention of the sewing machine, which allowed for dry food items like grain, seeds, and flour to be stored and transported via bag, instead of a barrel. The “sack” was made...more »